2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT Values

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2013 model year changes

For 2013, Mercedes-Benz has replaced the SLS AMG with the SLS AMG GT. The new model boasts 20 more horsepower from its 6.2L V8, for a 583-hp total, while torque remains unchanged at 479 ft-lb. The suspension is also revised with stiffer springs and dampers, which gives the already-grippy SLS an even more planted and responsive feel. "Comfort" mode has been dropped from the AMG Ride Control system, leaving only "Sport" and "Sport +." Finally, the 7-speed automatic gearbox has been recalibrated to quicken shift times both going up and coming down the gears. Inside, subtle changes include red seat belts and red stitching on the steering wheel and dashboard. Quilted leather seats are optional.

Competitive comparison

Iconic styling with vintage 300SL looks; gull-wing doors, supercar status from performance-designed chassis; powerful V8 engine; roadster option

Special features for 2013

Designed and built by AMG, Mercedes-Benz's performance division, the SLS AMG GT was inspired by the iconic 300SL Gullwing of the 1950s and built with both performance and usability in mind. In a supercar market full of occasional-use vehicles that see duty only occasionally, like the Lamborghini Gallardo or Ferrari 458, the SLS stands out as a practical performer that'll keep pace, has a great look, and still can be driven regularly. Starting at under $200,000, it's a relative bargain among its peers.


2 Door Roadster