In Canada, the SL does not have HID's, TPMS, VDC, Leather, Snowflake wheels, auto seat positions, Nav available, but not standard, and something else, but I can't recall.Stoker said:In Canada the SL is differant from the SE by only the option of the Nav system, suspension, leather seats and the VDS. In Canada that can add up to $10K, which I did not think was worth the cost.
I have had my MO almost a year and still enjoy driving the car when ever I get the chance.:2: :2: :2:
It is amazing that I bought the SL for the exact opposit reasons! I did not want trip-tronic mode as I have it on my other car and found that I have no use for it (although I imagine it would come in very handy on downhill roads), wanted smother ride than SE offered because we want to use it to travel with, and I thought SL 5 spoke wheels looked better! Funny I did not even test drive an SEhj231 said:SE! The trip-tronic manual mode, tight suspension for cornering, nice looking wheels.