Lot 261 - 2000 Mercedes-Benz SLK 320 AMG

Lot 261 - 2000 Mercedes-Benz SLK 320 AMG

Lot 261 - 2000 Mercedes-Benz SLK 320 AMG

Lot Number 261
Registration W772 UGJ
Chassis Number WDB1704652F183195
Engine Number 11294730729726
Odometer reading 99,932 miles
Result Sold - £2,845
  • Only two owners from new
  • Good service history

At the start of the 1990s, after the introduction of their two-seat, grand-tourer R129 SL and the Mazda MX-5, Mercedes-Benz set out to create a new compact roadster, slotted below the SL. By late 1991, under Bruno Sacco, the first design sketches were drawn, with scale models being built in the first half of 1992. Massively successful in its first year, worldwide sales hit 55,000, over double the entire nine-year production of 190 SLs and between 1996 and 2004, over 311,000 SLKs were sold. The roof design consists of a folding steel hardtop with both halves linked by a mechanism which is locked securely when the roof is closed. At the touch of a button on the centre console, a hydraulic system controls the fully automatic folding process in which the boot lid is also integrated.

Originally registered on 23rd June 2000 this Mercedes-Benz is a two-owner vehicle and has clearly been very well cared for. Always garaged throughout its life this SLK 320 AMG has a very good service history and everything works as it should, including the roof. With an engine that starts on the button, this Mercedes-Benz is described as driving with no known faults. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 23rd August 2024, this handsome SLK 230 AMG is offered for sale without reserve.

Guide £2,500-£4,000

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