Mercedes-Benz CLS car reviews
If you don’t mind paying the extra it costs over the equivalent E-Class saloon, the CLS is a stylish and practical way to carry four people and their luggage.
Date added: Tuesday 14 May 2013.
The Mercedes CLS is soon to be replaced. The 2005 version is still an excellent luxury coupe thanks to its head-turning looks and refined ride.
Date added: Saturday 12 January 2008.
Specifications and pricing have been announced for the Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake estate, which will start from £49,360, when it goes on sale next month. The entry-level model is a CLS 250 CDI, turbocharged four-cylinder diesel with 204bhp.
Date added: Tuesday 21 August 2012.
Mercedes has released details of its forthcoming performance estate car, the CLS63 Shooting Brake. Based on the swoopy CLS saloon (or four-door coupe if you prefer), it isn’t strictly a Shooting Brake design – with more than the requisite two doors – though, with a shape that instantly renders most other estate cars as nothing more than mere boxes for storing your pooch, we’re not going to argue.
Date added: Wednesday 11 July 2012.
Mercedes CLS first drive When the original Mercedes CLS broke cover in 2003, it was something genuinely new. A premium four-door coupé, the CLS may have been just a Mercedes E-Class underneath, but with 170,000 examples finding owners, it proved that style counts in the executive sector.
Date added: Thursday 14 October 2010.
The Mercedes CLS created a market for swooping four-door coupe saloons, and now it’s raised the bar. The second-generation CLS received its world debut at the Paris Motor Show, and sees a raft of updates to fend off competition from the Audi A7 Sportback and Volkswagen Passat CC.
Date added: Thursday 30 September 2010.