Mercedes-Benz Releases Updated SL Prices for the Japanese Market

Although the SLS AMG could be seen as the modern Gullwing, the Mercedes-Benz SL Roadster is the car model that still bears its forefather's name into the 21st century.
Mercedes-Benz SL 350 Japanese Version 1 photo
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Now at its sixth generation, spawning an uninterrupted production of cars having the same SL (Sport Leicht) moniker for almost sixty years, the latest version of the legendary roadster has been launched not even two years ago.

The roadster's model range was recently updated for the Japanese market, so new prices for the 2014 MY were released by the German manufacturer.

The SL 350, still sporting the 3.5-liter normally aspirated V6 will start from 11,900,000 yen, being the most cost-friendly option in owning the SL in Japan.

The twin-turbo, 4.7 liter V8 of the SL 550 ups the price to 15,600,000 yen, while the 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged SL 63 AMG can be had starting from 19,800, yen.

By adding the AMG Performance Package, the starting price hikes to 21,750,000 yen. The deepest Japanese pockets should be had for the SL 65 AMG twin-turbo V12, which starts from no less than 30,500,000 yen.
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