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MSRP is $112,500 including the illuminated door sills. You can read all of the details of the Silver Arrow Edition models in my earlier post.
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Trim Package: $1,510
Wood/Leather Shift Knob Wood/Leather Steering Wheel
SL Wheel Package – $1,950
Steering Wheel Gearshift Paddles, 19″ AMG wheel, & Smoked Headlights
Premium I Package – $3,750
Active Ventilated Seats, Airscarf, Driver Multicontour Seat, Passenger Multicontour Seat, Electronic Trunk Closer, & Keyless Go
Distronic – $2,230
Parktronic – $1,140
Panorama Roof – $1,950
SL550 Silver Arrow
Premium I Package, SL Wheel Package, Parktronic, Distronic, & Panorama Roof
To celebrate the new SL-Class, they are introducing the SL550 and SL63 AMG “Silver Arrow Edition”, which combines unique paintwork, trim and popular options. This edition is limited to 550 units of the SL550 version and 100 units of the SL63 AMG version. Both are finished with an exclusive combination of “Silver Arrow” Metallic paint, and designo Black Piano Lacquer Wood Trim. Also included are a sport steering wheel with shift paddles, Premium Red Leather seating surfaces, and 19″ AMG wheels. The Silver Arrow Editions will sell out quickly! If you are interested, I can reserve one for you. Silver Arrow Brochure
The new technology is perfect…exactly what the SL needed. The new Navigation system has the same graphics and the C-Class/S-Class system but does not use the central command controller. The 40 gb hard drive allows the data to be used much faster and updated more often. Also, this is the first vehicle that will use the SD card reader rather than the PCMCIA slot for loading your digital music files. You’ll even be able to store music from the card slot or the 6 CD changer onto the 4 gb Music Register!
I highly recommend you get the 321 Wheel Package. For under $2000 it’s a lot of look – 19″ AMG wheels, sculpted leather steering wheel with shift paddles, and special headlights and tail lights. It looks very custom!
Also, Airscarf, the best feature for any convertible, will debut on the 2009 SL. These vents in headrests blow heated air over your shoulders at low, medium or high speed. Airscarf can extend your top down season here in Atlanta to almost all year!
The 2009 SL is in production now and the release is scheduled for April. Right now they are sitting at the port in Germany awaiting the order to ship out! Let me know if you would like to be notified when these beauties arrive.
Since 1996 Mercedes-Benz and AMG have supplied the official Formula One Safety Car and the 2008 season will continue this great tradition. Mercedes relationship with the world’s most popular form of motor racing has provide huge awareness of the stunning combination of luxury and performance that all AMG models provide their owners. Taking over from the CLK63 AMG used in 2006 and 2007, the newly updated SL63 has been modified to take over the 2008 Safety Car duties. In addition the obvious addition of lights and safety equipment this SL has been stripped of it’s retractable top mechanism and various panels have been replace with carbon fiber. These changes resulted in almost 500 pounds of weight savings.
Mercedes will also provide new wheels for Formula One’s Race Doctor and first responders. Based on the C63 AMG wagon, that we don’t get to enjoy in this country, the 2008 Medical Car carries a response team of four and emergency equipment as fast as possible to any accident.
Qualifying for the first Formula One race of the season starts in just 7 days.
Mercedes has officially released photos and details on the restyled 2009 SL-Class. The most noticeable styling change is obviously the new headlights. These bring the SL’s facial features in line with the trend that first started on the CLS. Beyond the headlights many of the SL’s body surfaces have been given more aggressive styling. Interior upgrades include the addition of the AIRSCARF headrest heating system that has been available on the SLK for a couple years. It appears that the available engines will remain the same with a few tweaks to improve fuel economy.
The basic chassis and engine are expected to remain the same until a complete redesign for 2013 but all of the body panels and much of the technology will be upgraded for this 2009 model.