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2004 Mercedes-Benz SLK Compact Near Luxury Convertible

With that eye-popping prow, flat side panels accented with big blackwalls and rakish windshield stretched wide across a cockpit for two, snappy SLK Class two-seat coupes can shed that hard top in seconds and store it in the trunk to switch from weather-tight coupe to airy convertible. Read More »

2004 Mercedes-Benz CLK Cabriolet Mid-Size Luxury Convertible

The CLK has been a favorite in the mid-luxury segment from 1999 through the end of its model run in 2003. Its entry into the Mercedes lineup provided an open-air car to a larger audience because of its lower cost. The previous CLK Cabriolet was a great cruiser which performed well as a spirited commuter car, but not as a sports car. We thought the BMW 330I was a more exciting ride. That however has changed with the 2004 CLK Cabriolet. Read More »

2003 Mercedes-Benz ML Wagon

Mercedes builds mid-size SUV wagons that drive like a fine sedan and feel as comfortable, but there's also ample cargo space in the back plus go-anywhere attributes of a four-wheel-drive (4WD) wagon. Read More »

2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK Compact Roadster

With that eye-popping prow, flat side panels accented with big blackwalls and rakish windshield stretched wide across a cockpit for two, snappy SLK Class two-seat coupes can shed that hard top in seconds ... Read More »