Now reaching its mid-teens, the Mercedes-Benz SLK was among the first modern retractable hardtop convertibles when it launched in the mid-90s. The iconic brand's most versatile convertible, it's a sporty roadster while simultaneously offering comfort and luxury.
A third-generation redesign introduced American buyers to a new SLK350 in 2012. For 2013, the SLK350 remains primarily the same with two exceptions: the engine's stop-start capability is new, and the Premium 1 package is now standard equipment.
As one of three SLK trims, the 350 features the laundry list of standard equipment on the entry-level 250, plus remote roof activation; heated seats; the "AirScarf" neck-level heating system; an 11-speaker Harman Kardon sound system with satellite radio and an iPod interface; 18-inch wheels; and sun-reflective leather upholstery.