Mercedes-Benz SL Tyres


Mercedes-Benz SL 1954–1989


Mercedes-Benz has been producing the SL-Class, a luxury grand touring sports car, since 1954. The name SL is derived from the German words "Sport Leicht" or "Super Leicht," which translate to Sport Light or Super Light in English.

Initially, Mercedes-Benz used both Sport Leicht and Super Leicht interchangeably for the SL-Class. However, in 2017, a discovery in its corporate archives revealed that the official meaning of the acronym is "Super Leicht."

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Mercedes-Benz SL Models


W198 and W121 (1954—1963)


300 SL (Gullwing): 1954–1957, 3.0 L

300 SL (Roadster): 1957–1963, 3.0 L

190 SL: 1955–1963, 1.9 L


W113 (1963—1971)


230 SL: 1963–1967, 2.3 L

250 SL: 1967–1968, 2.5 L

280 SL: 1968–1971, 2.8 L


R107 (1971—1989)


280 SL: 1974–1985, 2.8 L

350 SL: 1971–1980, 3.5 L V8

350 SL (4.5): 1972, 4.5 L V8 (exclusive for the US market)

380 SL: 1981–1985, 3.8 L V8

450 SL: 1973–1980, 4.5 L V8

500 SL: 1981–1989, 5.0 L V8


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