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1993 Mercedes-Benz 500SEC


Fewer cars summed up the optimism and robust market of the mid to late 1990s than then Mercedes-Benz W140 S class. While it was released on the tail end of an economic downturn and derided for its decadence, this was an impressive car, not only because of its size. Mercedes packed a ton of features and the latest technology into this new S class that, as usual, had the competition scrambling to keep up. A two door SEC model was on offer, both in 5.0 liter V8 and 6.0 liter V12 format. This 1993 500SEC has traveled only 42,000 miles and offers someone the crack at executive comforts at a subcompact price.

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Year: 1993
Model: 500SEC
Engine: 5.0 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 42,001 mi
Price: $12,984 Buy It Now


Absolutely Stunning 1993 Mercedes-Benz 500SEC Coupe! This vehicle is finished in the classic Mercedes color combination of Silver with Navy Blue Leather! ONLY 42K MILES! This vehicle is loaded with equipment:

-Heated Seats

-Rear Window Sunshade

-Power Glass Sunroof

-Bose Premium Audio System

-and MUCH MORE!!

This is a recent new Mercedes trade in at Mercedes-Benz of Beverly Hills. It has passed inspection by our Master Mercedes-Benz Technician. Runs and drives great! Please call for more information!

This vehicle is being offered for sale locally, therefore we reserve the right to end this auction at any time with no prior notice.


A few weeks ago I was walking around my neighborhood when an older gentleman passed by in a W140 CL600. I’m going to be honest, whether it’s the V12 or V8 version that we see here, these are cars which instill fear in me. Not only are they big, but the so are the running costs. I’m willing to look past a lot of a vehicle’s known weak points, but these Mercedes were so chock full with all the latest gizmos that chances are something will go wrong. How bad it will be? Only time will tell. So at a shade under $13,000, what seems like a screaming deal could easily breach $20,000 depending on what might happen. It seems this particular SEC lead a pampered life, however, and at least the V8 variant offers more reasonable ownership costs…relatively speaking.