2012 Mercedes-Benz SLK350


It takes only 20 seconds for the retractable hardtop of the Mercedes-Benz SLK 2012 comes out of hiding and put in place, which is far too long when a black bear keeps up the small roadster and approaching the point of being able to touch her fur with your fingertips. Fortunately for me, he had other plans in mind. I watched it pass and down into the ditch to go about their business to bear.

Nothing like a two-seater convertible to an intimate acquaintance with the great outdoors. And when the journey takes one of the most spectacular highways in the world - the Columbia Icefields Parkway between Lake Louise and Jasper, Alberta - the fact of having no barrier between himself and the magnificent surrounding landscape is enough to exhaust all superlatives.

One thing is certain: the road construction workers near Banff does not feel emasculated by expressing their admiration for my "car girls". Driving with the roof down for most of the adventure I was able to communicate with the outside world rather than acting as a spectator. I smelled the fresh air of the heights and enjoyed playing let the wind in my hair. I tested a V6-powered SLK 350.


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