2002 Mercedes-Benz SLK230 Kompressor (R170)

SOLD £2,856

Smart supercharged 2.3 SLK with innovative folding metal roof; leather interior and automatic/tiptronic 'box showing just 74,755 miles. AMMENDMENT

Supplied new in June 2002 and finished in Brilliant Silver with contrasting black leather and brushed aluminium trim. The car is fitted with the powerful yet surprisingly economic 2.3 four cylinder engine with supercharger giving it 197bhp resulting in a surprising turn of speed. Our vendor has owned the car for past three years covering just over 3,000 enjoyable miles giving it a total of 74,755. During his tenure, he has spent some money on tyres, a new washer pump and jet along with ignition coil and new rear brake pipes at significant cost. The near side rear window regulator required replacement by our local MB Specialist Gerry Doverman of Hereford in November 2018 at a cost of £511 including a health check. This R170 series SLK comes with a history file including V5C, owners pack and service booklet showing 4 stamps, the last in November 2017 at 72,000 miles along with five old MOTs in addition to its current MOT valid until November 2020 with one minor advisory recorded for deterioration of the central brake light. These original generation SLK’s are really good news, offering a rakish design with the hugely practical folding metal roof and usable boot space with a range of engines, the 230Kompressor being the engine of choice and offer great value for money as a usable sports car with low running costs particularly when offered at No Reserve as we have here.

AMMENDMENT -  Rear left window appears non-operational

Reg No: GL02RCX
Chassis Number: WDB1704492F272483
Engine Number: 11198332455872
Engine Size: 2295
Docs: V5C; 5 old MOTs; owners pack and service book with 4 stamps; invoices

Lot 4

Lot ended

Thursday 13/08/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£2,550
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