The smallest Mercedes convertible is the SLK roadster. With compact dimensions and seating for two the SLK-Class competes with the BMW Z4 and the smaller Porsche Boxster. Now in its third generation, the SLK has a power-retractable hardtop for year round motoring and security. A variety of models are offered with alphanumeric designation tied to the powertrain. The base model is the SLK250 which is powered by a fuel-efficient four-cylinder turbo. The mid-range SLK350 has a 302-bhp, 3.5l V6 under the hood. The AMG factory performance SLK55 AMG model equips a 415-bhp V8 engine which is a lot of power for a 3500 lb. car. The SLK offers a unique panoramic roof that can be darkened at the touch of a button.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|SLK250 ||1.8l I4 T (201-bhp) ||M6 ||RWD ||22 / 32 / 26 ||71 ||$43,525|
|SLK250 leather ||1.8l I4 T (201-bhp) ||M6 ||RWD ||22 / 32 / 26 ||71 ||$44,295|
|SLK250 ||1.8l I4 T (201-bhp) ||A7 ||RWD ||23 / 33 / 28 ||71 ||$45,035|
|SLK250 leather ||1.8l I4 T (201-bhp) ||A7 ||RWD ||23 / 33 / 28 ||71 ||$45,805|
|SLK350 ||3.5l V6 (302-bhp) ||A7 ||RWD ||21 / 29 / 25 ||73 ||$56,225|
|SLK55 AMG ||5.5l V8 T (415-bhp) ||A7 ||RWD ||19 / 28 / 23 ||77 ||$68,925|