New MERCEDES-BENZ SL Class Convertible SL 400 AMG LINE V6 (31% off) £54,295 @ Drive the Deal
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New MERCEDES-BENZ SL Class Convertible SL 400 AMG LINE V6 (31% off) £54,295 @ Drive the Deal

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Posted 11th Aug
New MERCEDES-BENZ SL CLASS CONVERTIBLE SL 400 AMG LINE 2DR 9G-TRONIC with 31% off the list price.

3ltr V6 twin turbo petrol Engine with 367bhp with 0-62mph in less than 5 seconds. Hard top or convertible via a press of a button.

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Brand new unregistered, you will be the first registered keeper and you will be dealing with the Mercedes-Benz dealer directly once an order is placed.

Cars are available from stock for delivery within 2-3 weeks, in the following colours:
3277350.jpgMetallic - Selenite Grey
The interior features AMG sports seats with Black perforated leather, vertical fluting and designo platinum white pearl piping, combined with Dark longitudinal-grain aluminium trim.

  • 19" AMG alloy wheels 5-spoke design, painted titanium grey with a high-sheen finish
  • Mirror package
  • Projection of Mercedes-Benz logo integrated into both mirrors; electrically folding, automatically dimming exterior driver’s mirror and rear view mirror
  • AMG bodystyling
  • AMG spoiler lip
  • Active Parking Assist with Parktronic and reversing camera
  • LED Intelligent Light System with Adaptive Highbeam Assist Plus
  • Panoramic vario-roof with blind
  • Sports suspension, lowered, with stiffened suspension and damper settings
  • Memory package (Front seats with four-way lumbar support, steering column and door mirrors)
  • AMG floor mats
  • Cup holders THERMOTRONIC automatic climate control with two climate zones
  • Wind deflector (fabric)
  • COMAND Online system
  • DAB digital radio tuner
  • Smartphone integration – comprising Apple CarPlay

In addition to the standard specification, these stock cars also have the following factory fitted options:

  • Air Scarf neck-level heating.

Mercedes-Benz is offering 6.4% APR Representative Mercedes Agility PCP or Hire Purchase finance over 24-48 months with no minimum deposit. Terms and conditions apply. The dealer that we put you in touch with will arrange the finance if required. Subject to Status.

All quotes include 12 months road fund licence, a full manufacturer's warranty, and free driven delivery anywhere in England. Quoted prices are valid for cars delivered by
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Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more money than I know what to do with
Imagine a life we’re you wake up on a Sunday morning and see this deal and just think 31% off 🤭 Can’t let this deal go, I’m off to buy it
"And not a single one shall be purchased by a HUKDer"
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Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more money than I know what to do with
Imagine a life we’re you wake up on a Sunday morning and see this deal and just think 31% off 🤭 Can’t let this deal go, I’m off to buy it
"And not a single one shall be purchased by a HUKDer"
ezzer7211/08/2019 09:17

"And not a single one shall be purchased by a HUKDer"


I got 2 earlier to beat the rush for ebay
Great! I will just go and attack the money tree in my garden!
Damn....it's petrol..............I couldn't afford the fuel cost.........otherwise I'd have bought it.
Voted hot cause I want this so much
mailmikey11/08/2019 08:45

Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more …Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more money than I know what to do with


52 no mortgage grown up kids and more money than i know what to do with
3 out of 4 aint too bad
ezzer7211/08/2019 09:17

"And not a single one shall be purchased by a HUKDer"


Purchased
This is an awesome deal!
Can I get TCB?
Edited by: "Disco.Dave" 11th Aug
m5rcc11/08/2019 11:02

One may be better off actually leasing this, if one wished to keep it for …One may be better off actually leasing this, if one wished to keep it for a short period of time:Assuming base cost without options:The BIK list price is £77,050The discount price is £54,295 as per this thread.One can lease this car for £21,167.90 for two years and 10,000 miles/year.The predicted residual value of this car after two years and 20,000 miles is £31,625.Therefore, the ownership cost is £22,670.However, leasing beats owning by £1,502.10.


Wow! That's some depreciation.
mailmikey11/08/2019 08:45

Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more …Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more money than I know what to do with


I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own house, no mortgage, this is out of my league. So just make sure you aren't a waster like me and you'll be alright
fishmaster11/08/2019 12:11

I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own h …I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own house, no mortgage, this is out of my league. So just make sure you aren't a waster like me and you'll be alright



Hopefully you have a decent work or private pension though?
Laurie_Ballard11/08/2019 12:20

Hopefully you have a decent work or private pension though?


Yeah I have a little in NEST. I spent most of my m0ney on the vices of life, you can tell, I look like Jim Morrison...after he was buried.
Something does not add up here, because the 503BHP C63 v8 twin turbo convertible is £81k.

This car was never meant to be £79k to start with, don't you fools know they do the same with jars of coffee so they can slash the price and say wow 30% reduction in price offer! grab one now!

It was always going to be £55k price point from the drawing board.
DOH!!!
I’m going to wait until it’s BOGOF
fishmaster11/08/2019 12:11

I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own h …I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own house, no mortgage, this is out of my league. So just make sure you aren't a waster like me and you'll be alright


You think *you're* a waster? I'm not that much younger and don't have any of those things, nor a pension
Edited by: "MrChaunceyGardiner" 11th Aug
MrChaunceyGardiner11/08/2019 12:31

You think *you're* waster? I'm not that much younger and don't have any of …You think *you're* waster? I'm not that much younger and don't have any of those things, nor a pension


I'm definitely a waster, spent most of my money on drugs and drink. I'm still alive though I guess. I did make investments but maybe I got lucky who knows. I'm sure I've rode my luck until the tyres are bald though, still managed to exist to 48 years old somehow.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 11th Aug
Bought 4 and put them on eBay.
Cunning-Stunts11/08/2019 12:26

Something does not add up here, because the 503BHP C63 v8 twin turbo …Something does not add up here, because the 503BHP C63 v8 twin turbo convertible is £81k.


One is a C-Class cabriolet. The other is an SL-Class cabriolet. Different cars.

Cunning-Stunts11/08/2019 12:26

This car was never meant to be £79k to start with


No-one pays list.
Thanks just order one last night while I was dreaming
mailmikey11/08/2019 08:45

Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more …Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more money than I know what to do with


Like that's gonna happen! LOL
Not a bad deal. What would be the year 1 depreciation for this though?
m5rcc11/08/2019 11:02

One may be better off actually leasing this, if one wished to keep it for …One may be better off actually leasing this, if one wished to keep it for a short period of time:Assuming base cost without options:The BIK list price is £77,050The discount price is £54,295 as per this thread.One can lease this car for £21,167.90 for two years and 10,000 miles/year.The predicted residual value of this car after two years and 20,000 miles is £31,625.Therefore, the ownership cost is £22,670.However, leasing beats owning by £1,502.10.

I think I'd rather have a two year old one then at that rate.

Due to the purchase price, it stands to reason it will have been looked after very well in those two years and you are getting it for the cost of a new "Ford Kuga ST-Line Edition". Personalised plate and no-one will know it's two years old.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 11th Aug
Was going to wait for a Lambo deal but this is too good to miss...
fishmaster11/08/2019 12:11

I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own h …I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own house, no mortgage, this is out of my league. So just make sure you aren't a waster like me and you'll be alright


Just do PCP finance mate and hand back in 3/4 years! Oops... queue the car leasing debate/scrap!
Great deal this is. I'm after a cla though which is a shame
mailmikey11/08/2019 08:45

Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more …Please post this when I'm in my 50s, no mortgage, grown up kids and more money than I know what to do with


When you have creases on your face, creaky bones, reduced eyesight, reduced hair, reduced libido, reduced.....
Usually if there's a deal on new the next quarter will have cheap lease deals.

Great price mind.
fishmaster11/08/2019 12:11

I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own h …I'm nearly 50 and I have £4K saved. I earn £30K a year and own my own house, no mortgage, this is out of my league. So just make sure you aren't a waster like me and you'll be alright


First honest post I've seen on here
Thanks guys. Just ordered one.
m5rcc11/08/2019 12:36

One is a C-Class cabriolet. The other is an SL-Class cabriolet. Different …One is a C-Class cabriolet. The other is an SL-Class cabriolet. Different cars.No-one pays list.


Yes you get my point, you get a lot more car with the C63 compared to SL
Yes you get my other point about this not being a deal, as you said yourself, no one pays list price.

Give your self a pat on the back for being observant.
Cunning-Stunts11/08/2019 13:34

Yes you get my point, you get a lot more car with the C63 compared to …Yes you get my point, you get a lot more car with the C63 compared to SLYes you get my other point about this not being a deal, as you said yourself, no one pays list price.Give your self a pat on the back for being observant.


Unfortunately your opinion is irrelevant in this context as the C63 is over £7.5k dearer. But you knew that...
m5rcc11/08/2019 13:39

Unfortunately your opinion is irrelevant in this context as the C63 is …Unfortunately your opinion is irrelevant in this context as the C63 is over £7.5k dearer. But you knew that...



79k vs 81k

Go back to skool
m5rcc11/08/2019 11:02

One may be better off actually leasing this, if one wished to keep it for …One may be better off actually leasing this, if one wished to keep it for a short period of time:Assuming base cost without options:The BIK list price is £77,050The discount price is £54,295 as per this thread.One can lease this car for £21,167.90 for two years and 10,000 miles/year.The predicted residual value of this car after two years and 20,000 miles is £31,625.Therefore, the ownership cost is £22,670.However, leasing beats owning by £1,502.10.


And I presume you'll need to pay around £500 in ved in year 2 if you own it?
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