It's comfortable, torquey, fast, & reliable. If you're in the market. Be sure it has a service history, & repair records. The repairs aren't terribly expensive, especially if you know how to do some of the simple work yourself. If you're considering the 500sl or the 600sl, do yourself a favor, and buy the 600SL. You won't regret it. Seems to be more reliable long term as well. Harry's garage on YouTube (who owns many cars) chose this as his reliable, daily driver in Europe. This car is fast. And outperforms most cars on the road today, even modern sports cars! It's safe. The design of this car started with safety. I highly recommend it.
4.5 out of 5 stars
ELEGANT AND STATELY
600SEL 4dr Sedan
A fantastic car that was designed to attract Rolls owners. Inspired by the earlier 600 Pullmans ( 1964-1972), this car is a incredible piece of German design and engineering. The V12 engine is one of a kind and the proud owner of the 600 will stand above and beyond the standard road fare. Be warned! You will need deep pockets to maintain this baby-no shortcuts,no skipping on maintenance and no "Jiffy Lube" oil changes! But cared for properly, you can have this car for many,many years!
3.88 out of 5 stars
1993 Mercedes-Benz 600SL Review
600SL 2dr Convertible
The 600SL is certainly a modern-classic that not only exceeds in looks, but in performance too.
The 6.0L V12 engine offers more than enough power, while the handling of the vehicle is superb.
However, the greatest achievement of the 600SL is the ride quality.
It is heavy enough to iron out most rough terrain.
On the other hand, reliability is an issue, especially with the electrical components.
The heat from the engine also does a number on certain plastic parts within the engine bay.
The biggest challenges one will face with the 600SL is the wiring harnesses and insulation.
4.75 out of 5 stars
600SEL 4dr Sedan
my family bought the car in 2000 when
in was a 1993, it looks and runs like
a well oiled german machine, it glides
and still gets looks like it`s bran
The Used 1993 Mercedes-Benz 600-Class is offered in the following submodels: 600-Class Sedan, 600-Class Coupe, 600-Class Convertible. Available styles include 600SEL 4dr Sedan, 600SEC 2dr Coupe, and 600SL 2dr Convertible.
Pre-owned Mercedes-Benz 600-Class models are available with a 6.0 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 389 hp, depending on engine type.
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