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The new generation CLS. Design, illuminated - Mercedes-Benz original
The Mercedes-Benz new generation CLS establishes fascinating design and technical innovations on the streets. More information on http://mb4.me/k0ENZU/ Experience the world of Mercedes-Benz: http://benz.me/international/ Subscribe to Mercedes-Benz on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MercedesBenzTV Product may vary after press date on 23.10.2014. *The figures are provided in accordance with the German regulation "PKW-EnVKV" and apply to the German market only. Further information on official fuel consumption figures and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the EU guide "Information on the fuel consumption, CO₂ emissions and energy consumption of new cars", which is available free of charge at all sales dealerships, from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH and at www.dat.de.





Mercedes Benz CLS Commercial No Words
The Mercedes-Benz CLS is a series of automobile models assembled by Daimler AG in Sindelfingen, Germany. The Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class is an executive-size sedan based on the (W211) E-Class model. The current iteration of the CLS is internally designated as the Mercedes-Benz C219. Marketed as a 'four door coupe,' the CLS recalls the fastback saloon designs of Robert Opron in the 1970s. According to a Mercedes-Benz press release, the CLS-class was produced to combine the "strong, emotive charisma" of a coupe with the "comfort and practicality" of a saloon. Save for its four-door design, the CLS's design tends towards a coupe, as its sleek body reduces the rear passenger room, and it offers a smaller selection of engines tending towards high powered of the range, compared to contemporary sedans such as the E-Class. The CLS marked Mercedes-Benz's return to the executive-size coupe market since the (W124) E-Class Coupe model went out of production in 1995. The (W210) E-Class did not spawn a coupe variant, as Mercedes-Benz choose instead to introduce a smaller coupe based on the compact C-Class, the CLK-Class. However, the CLK-Class was built with a lengthened C-Class wheelbase so it could be slotted as a mid-sized vehicle, and it also featured styling cues, engines, and similar pricing to the (W210) E-Class to give the impression that the (W124) E-Class Coupe was directly replaced. The CLS name also caused some to confuse it as the four-door version of the CL-Class, the full-sized coupe based on the S-Class. Indeed, the styling cues of the next generation C216 CL has been strongly influenced by the CLS. Priced to slot between the mid-sized E-Class and the full-sized S-Class, it competes in the range which was previously solely occupied by the BMW 6-series. Prior to the launch of the CLS, Mercedes had no direct answer to the executive-sized 6-series which positioned itself between the compact/mid-sized CLK and the full-sized CL. The CLK is slotted between the BMW 3 series coupe/cabriolet and the 6 series coupe/cabriolet, while the CL has no direct competitor. During its development, Mercedes-Benz executives nicknamed the CLS the "Jag fighter," hoping that it would be the type of vehicle that Jaguar customers would be attracted to. Jaguar, however, has not launched a four-door coupe since production until recently announced as the 2009 Jaguar XF sedan. Due to the popularity of the CLS-Class, other manufacturers are offering similar four-door coupes. Possible CLS competitors include the Audi A7, BMW CS Concept or BMW LC5, Porsche Panamera, Aston Martin Rapide, Peugeot 608, and Jaguar XF. The first generation of the CLS, the Mercedes-Benz C219, is based upon the W211 E-Class, but it is six inches (152 mm) longer. The CLS-class was first displayed as the Vision CLS concept at the 2003 Frankfurt International Motor Show. The production version CLS 500 made its debut at the 2004 New York International Auto Show. A new AMG model was introduced at the 2004 Paris Motor Show, the CLS 55 AMG. Only 3,000 CLS 55 AMG cars will be built each year. The CLS was first offered for sale in the United States in January 2005; only the CLS 500 and CLS 55 AMG are sold in the United States. The CLS 500 has a base price of US$65,620, with the CLS 55 starting at US$87,320. CLS63 starts at $92,500 for a base model, and is offered with steering wheel mounted paddles (F1 style), and 19" wheels for the US market. The CLS 350 and CLS 500 have a 7-speed automatic transmission.. A diesel version, CLS 320 CDI, is available for the European market with a 3 liter V6 producing 224hp (167kw) and 510 N.m (376 lbf) of torque. For Model Year 2007 (MY2007), the engine found in the CLS 320 CDI is updated to produce 540N.m, although Peak power remains unchanged. For the model year 2007, Mercedes-Benz has replaced the CLS 55 AMG with the CLS 63 AMG. The CLS 63 uses the newly developed AMG M156 naturally aspirated V8 engine capable of 514 hp (378 kW) and 630 N·m (464 ft·lbf) of torque. This results in a 0-60 mph time of 4.3 and 4.1 seconds for the CLS55 AMG and CLS63 AMG respectively.





Mercedes Benz "Faithful" Commercial
Mercedes Benz "Faithful" commercial, representing several cars and their owners. Mercedes-Benz is a German brand of luxury and high-performance automobiles, buses, coaches, and trucks owned by Daimler AG. Mercedes-Benz has, over the years, introduced many of the technological and safety features that have become common in modern vehicles.





2005 Mercedes CLS 350 V6 Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
For more in depth reviews check my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/avtomobil... Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice The 2010 Mercedes-Benz CLS ranks 7 out of 7 Super Luxury Cars. This ranking is based on our analysis of 50 published reviews and test drives of the Mercedes-Benz CLS, and our analysis of reliability and safety data. The Mercedes-Benz CLS has sprouted imitators, but none of them have ever come close to catching it. It's a beautiful car, with a sweeping roofline and sports-car-like profile, yet has seating for four. It's as powerful and opulent as a super-luxury car should be. Its extraordinary shape forces compromises -- limited rear seat space and a small trunk -- but the automotive press doesn't care. For those who can afford to sacrifice a little practicality on the altar of style, the CLS has no peers. Most automakers build just one flagship sedan to show off the best their designers can do. BMW, for instance, has the 7-Series. Audi has the A8. Lexus has the LS. The automotive press considers each the culmination of a company's talent. There is no feature those cars lack, they are among the most luxurious cars ever built, and most perform like sports cars half their size. Mercedes, however, builds two. The S-Class fits the same description as the 7-Series or the A8. It's everything Mercedes engineers can do, in one car. Then there is the CLS. It is as sumptuous as those cars, as quick, and as extravagantly expensive. But it has something they don't: a certain style that catches the imagination and won't let go. Its shape is its reason for being. The automotive press gets a little crazy when it tries to describe this car. When it first appeared, Automobile Magazine called it "the sedan as sex object." Car and Driver said it had "the kind of good looks that make you feel like a junior-high kid all over again, sweating and stammering in the presence of true beauty." Even after six years on the road, those attitudes haven't faded. Reviewers say this is a car you buy because you're in love with it, even if it doesn't make much practical sense. And it doesn't make much practical sense for many people. Its rear seat is nearly unusable if you carry adults on a regular basis. It has the smallest cargo capacity in its class. Most of its running gear can be found on the E-Class Sedan for a lot less money. Mercedes' recently redesigned S-Class and E-Class both offer safety equipment the CLS doesn't. The BMW 7-Series even outperforms it. Buyers in need of a full-size luxury sedan with space for four adults, or for everything today's families sometimes haul around, might be better off buying a Mercedes-Benz E-Class and pocketing the $20,000 they'd save. But nothing else looks quite like a CLS does. And for some buyers, that argument wins. This is the last year of the current CLS. An entirely new design has been spotting at Mercedes testing facilities, and is expected to reach showrooms for the 2011 model year. The Mercedes-Benz CLS is available in two trims: the standard CLS550 and the high-performance CLS63 AMG. The AMG model is reviewed separately.The 2010 CLS is too large and heavy to be a true performance car, but it almost pulls off the trick. The car's V8 engine, reviewers say, is equal to anything else available in a four-door car. Its adjustable air suspension, with three variable levels of stiffness, makes it as sporty as most buyers would want. A few reviewers say, however, that it's a bit too sporty, and doesn't offer the same comfortable cruising modes that most of its rivals doThe Mercedes-Benz CLS is so gorgeous that it launched its own segment of the automotive market. With a sweeping roofline, sharp character lines cut into the doors and an aggressive front fascia, it's somewhere between a sporty coupe and a luxury sedan. Mercedes calls it a "four-door coupe." Other automakers have begun building imitations of its sexy shape, but the automotive press still considers the original the best-looking of the bunch. Read More CLS Interior - 7.4 (Good) The passenger cabin of the 2010 CLS-Class is exceptionally luxurious and comfortable -- for those in the front seat. The rear-seat quarters, however, are too tight to realistically seat adults. Those who want Mercedes style and need to carry clients or co-workers will want to consider the E-Class or S-Class sedans. Some reviewers also complain that Mercedes' COMAND user-interface system is too complicate




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