Review

Mercedes SLK cabriolet (2004-2010)

Mercedes SLK cabriolet (2004-2010)

reviewed by Carbuyer

MPG, running costs & CO2

3.0 / 5

Interior & comfort

4.0 / 5

Practicality & boot space

2.0 / 5

Reliability & safety

3.5 / 5

Engines, drive & performance

2.5 / 5

Price, value for money & options

3.0 / 5

What the others say

3.6 / 5
based on 4 reviews
  • 3.0 / 5

    Two large adults will fit comfortably in the cabin and there are plenty of storage cubby-holes for their clutter. The boot provides more space than many roadsters, and when the roof is up, you can fold away the roof's recess to create an even deeper area. The roof itself folds down in 22 seconds and can be operated remotely from the key plipper.

  • 13.0 / 20

    The SLK is the same recipe as the SL (rear-drive, folding metal hardtop, two-seater) but in a slightly smaller portion. Still has an engine range that runs from relatively normal to the completely banzai, still makes a lot of sense.

  • 4.0 / 5

    With prices starting at £29,705, there's no cheaper way of owning an SLK. The four-cylinder version misses out on the lightweight alloys of more powerful models, but you still get the reworked rear end, with updated tail-lights and new exhaust tips.

  • 4.0 / 5

Last updated 
18 Jul 2013

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