In 2010, Mercedes unveiled the SLK Grand Edition, and now, one year later, the German manufacturer is ready to bring out yet another model with the same "Grand" makeover. The SL Grand Edition is being offered as a celebration of the company’s 125th anniversary, with packages for the SL 300, 350, and 500 versions. Prices for the package will range from an extra € 4,830 (about $6,532 at the current rates) for the SL 500 to € 7,176 (about $9,704 at the current rates) for the SL 300.

The Grand Edition will be distinguished by Nappa leather seats, door trim, and steering wheel, a start button in the gear lever, and the newly developed AIRSCARF personal warming system integrated into the front headrests. Plenty of "Grand Edition" logos were placed all over the body of the vehicle, as well as the interior, so no one is confused by its distinction. The final touches are provided by silver air vents, silver paddles, KEYLESS-GO, a chrome air shot, headlamps matching the paint finish, a third brake light, and a new set of 19" AMG wheels.


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  (428) posted on 09.13.2011

The mettalic paint that they used is really suited for the image of this car. It is quite impressive for me, the decency is there even the sophisticated and luxurious image.

  (647) posted on 05.13.2011

Same of their tuning package, engine upgrade is not included! Im already expecting about this thing. Well, IMO, actually Mercedes car doesn’t need any modification for its exterior for its already awesome!

  (228) posted on 04.28.2011

Mercedes car really looks good and elegant though the performance is not that great! But owning one would be a great privilegesmiley

  (692) posted on 02.14.2011

The SL edition is offered in the celebration of the 125 years of Mercedes. Together with the Aesthetics model for their future concept.

  (427) posted on 02.14.2011

The Grand Edition is distinguished by Nappa leather seats, door trim, and steering wheel, a start button on the shifter, and the newly developed
personal AIRSCARF heating system built into the front headrests.

  (447) posted on 02.13.2011

I agree. Those models are so old they try to promote last moment purchases and squeeze extra money from Special Edition how corny. No one will care about Special ED as soon as new models comes out it’s a waste of MONEY for whoever will buy it.

  (683) posted on 02.13.2011

These models aren’t really ’old’ but they’re both about due for replacement. They really show their age, even in a Mercedes showroom.

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