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In terms of appearance, the front end of the Mercedes gets A-Class inspired diamond grille and a redesigned bumper. Fitted in is an LED Intelligent Light System that automatically adapts to all light and driving conditions. The side profile majorly resembles the outgoing Mercedes SLK 55 and bags 10-spoke 18-inch AMG alloy wheels.
On the inside, the SLC 43 gets Nappa leather seats in black with red piping and topstitching, a 3-spoke AMG performance steering wheel in Nappa leather, red contrasting topstitching, a twin-pod instrument cluster and a multi-info display.
The entry-level petrol option is the SLC 180, which features a turbocharged 1.6-litre engine producing 154bhp. This variant can propel you to 62mph in 7.9sec and on to a top speed of 140mph.
The Mercedes-AMG SLC 43 comes with a 3-litre V6 bi-turbo engine, generating about 500Nm of torque and 361bhp of power. Mated to a new nine-speed automatic gearbox, the SLC can make a 0-100kmph sprint in just about 4.7 seconds. The SLC vehicles have a 9G TRONIC sports transmission.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is available in 4 different stunning colours - Polar White, Obsidian Black Metallic, Brilliant Blue Metallic, Designo Hyacinth Red Metallic.
The DYNAMIC SELECT feature (optional) gives the driver a choice of driving modes. Vehicle characteristics can be adjusted instantly at the touch of a button, as the system modifies the engine, transmission, steering and suspension at the driver's behest. The five modes available are – "Comfort", "Sport", "Sport Plus", "Eco" and "Individual".
The SLC range also provides a comprehensive range of safety systems, including the standard-fit Active Brake Assist, Adaptive Brake Assist, Blind Spot Assist and Lane Keeping Assist.
The Final Edition of the AMG SLC 43 emphasises a racy appearance with high-gloss black elements and the exclusive sun yellow paint finish.
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Mercedez launched the iconic SLC in 2016 and launched its final edition in 2019. Its predecessor, the SLK, was launched in 1996 and caused a sensation and founded a new generation of roadsters.
With the launch of fixed vario-roof in the SLK, Mercedes-Benz redefined the roadster segment by combining uncompromised comfort in poor weather with open-air driving pleasure – something that had never been available before.
The Mercedes-Benz SLC comes in three variants - the sporty top-of-the-line Mercedes-AMG SLC 43, the mid-level SLC 200 and the entry-level SLC 180. The last recorded price of the SLC 43 variant is INR 82.86 Lakhs.
The SLC competes against other premium roadsters, including the Volvo XC 90, Land Rover Defender, Audi TT, BMW X5 and Porsche 718 Boxster.
The luxury car comes with the "Mercedes me connect" app for Vehicle Monitoring, the Mercedes-Benz emergency call system and much more to provide you with safe and smart driving.
One of this roadster's most appealing options is Mercedes-Benz's Airscarf system neck-level heating. Airscarf enhances the drivers comfort by blowing warm air through vents located just underneath the headrests.
Good fuel economy.
It is a discontinued model.
It looks pricey next to its rivals.
It has a dated design.
The interior is more compact and has a cramped cabin than rivals such as Audi TT.
There's not a whole lot of cargo space onboard (6.4 cubic feet) the SLC-class. Other models are roomier. For example, the Jaguar F-type convertible offers 7.3 cubic feet of cargo space.
The Mercedez SLC is an unmistakable off-road icon and is the primary choice of social elites that lives up to its considerable reputation. Although it's not as roomy as some rivals, the SLC-class is impressive with its rewarding handling and sleek design.
The Mercedes SLC feels well built, but its dated interior is no match against the Audi TT. The carmaker has a strong reputation for safety and reliability, and the SLC is no exception.
Although the Mercedes SLC driving experience is left trailing next to rivals like the Audi TT and Porsche 718 Boxster, it's a good motorway cruiser. Key highlight features of the roadster include the Airscarf system neck-level heating, Dynamic Select modes and the Mercedes me Connect services.
However, much cheaper alternatives with better performance are available in the market, showing that you don't need to spend a lot of money to enjoy open-top driving thrills.