I bought the same car up in Boston, MA., with only 32K miles on it. It is fully loaded, but without the nav system, for the same price. The only negative I have is that, with any coup, the doors open wide. So, getting in and out in a cramped parking lot is a pain. To get into the car easily, you need to be able to open the door fully. Other than that you are squeezing into it.
The ride is like most sports vehichles. It hugs the turns, grips the road, but has a bumpy suspension. Like BMW says, you're not buying a luxury sedan you are buying a sports car.
I did take it out on an empty stretch of straight highway and got it up to 120 mph without any trouble at all, and VERY quickly. The car drove incredibly well at that speed, and had plenty of room to peg the needle if I hadn't been worried about running into a "Statie". Maybe one day I will take it to Charlotte/Concord Speedway and see what it can really do.
2009 Mercedes-Benz SLK300CalRunner - , 05/17/2013
If you buy the Mercedes-Benz SLK-300 just be ready to have everyone you meet compliment your car. It has everything that I wanted.
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