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Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake Review
Find out more about the Mercedes CLS:
The Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake is a coupe-estate - it mixes the style of a
coupe design with the practicality of an estate.
The lines across exterior really add to the streamlined design of the car
and the interior is sheer luxury, with full leather trim.
As to be expected from Mercedes, the price is a little steep. We find out
if the CLS Shooting Brake is worthy of such a price tag?
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Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake estate 2013 review - CarBuyer
The Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake is the first car of its kind -- a four-door
coupe crossed with an estate. Although it looks like nothing else on the
road, rivals will include the BMW 5 Series Touring and the Jaguar XF
Sportbrake. Based on the CLS four-door coupe -- also the first of its kind
-- the Shooting Brake adds a much bigger 590-litre boot but maintains a
long and low roofline so its appears sporty despite the impressive space
inside. Engine choices include a four-cylinder and a six-cylinder diesel,
as well as the top-of-the-range CLS 63 AMG with a 549bhp 5.5-litre twin-turbo V8. Smooth, quiet and easy to drive,
the CLS Shooting Brake is perfect for the style-conscious buyer who still
needs space for the whole family.
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2013 Mercedes-Benz CLS 500 4MATIC Shooting Break
Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake
Independence at its most beautiful
Stuttgart. With the new CLS Shooting Brake, Mercedes-Benz is once again
setting an example when it comes to creativity of design, and as such
highlighting its leading role in this area: in terms of its proportions,
the new CLS is quite clearly a coupé, but with five doors and a roof which
continues through to the rear, it promises some remarkable new
possibilities. The idea of the four-door coupé -- successfully introduced
in 2004 with the first CLS and long imitated in the meantime -- has now
been taken to new heights and to innovative effect. The result is
automotive independence at its most beautiful.
According to CEO Dr. Dieter Zetsche: "Any memorable machine is equal parts
art and science. A car has to first deliver in function -- the ticket of
and then in fascination: the ticket to real excitement. The CLS Shooting
Brake excels on both accounts -- unlike any other car in the market".
The proportions of the CLS Shooting Brake are surprising but clearly those
of a coupé, and create a basic stance which makes it look ready for the
off: the long bonnet, narrow-look windows with frameless side windows, and
dynamic roof sloping back towards the rear. It is only when taking a second
look that it becomes clear that the Shooting Break actually has five doors
and offers "more" in terms of function.
In essence it represents an unprecedented version of a sports car with five
seats and a large tailgate. It is a special proposition for people looking
to differentiate themselves from the mainstream, and who do not wish to
compromise on either sportiness or stowage space when it comes to
travelling in style. The Shooting Brake is a further highlight in the
innovative luxury vehicle series from Mercedes-Benz and, like the CLS
Coupé, has the potential to become the role model for a new market
"The CLS Shooting Brake is based on the great tradition of stylish
sportiness which has always characterised Mercedes, and takes these unique
icons an exciting step further", explains Gorden Wagener, Head of Design at
Mercedes Benz. "It stands for the enhanced design idiom of Mercedes-Benz
which is oriented towards aesthetic, avant-garde principles". This is seen
the impressive series of market-defining new vehicle concepts, such as the
SLK for example, which in 1996 established a genre as the first Roadster
with a retractable steel roof, the M-Class as the first premium SUV in
1998, or the first four-door CLS Coupé in 2004.
Exclusive innovation in the interior: wooden luggage compartment floor
The second generation of the CLS set high standards in terms of the design
and quality of the interior: straightforward elegance combined with
innovative details and handcrafted perfection. The Shooting Brake also
applies this same aspiration in the luggage compartment. It is lined with
high-quality carpet, and the hand-stitched material is also incorporated
into the sideliners in conjunction with leather appointments. Optional
designer loading rails made
of aluminium give an even more exclusive look.
An extravagant and unique feature for the automotive industry is the
designo wooden luggage compartment floor, which serves to underscore the
hand-finished nature of the interior. Cherry tree wood is a classic among
fine wood species and contrasts perfectly with the inlaid smoked oak and
aluminium rails. This affords the luggage compartment a touch of elegance
normally found on yachts, combined with the exciting worlds of technology
and precision craftsmanship. The wood is characterised by its flexibility
and elasticity, as well as its density and fine texture. For the luggage
compartment floor made of American cherry tree wood, selected veneer sheets
are glued and pressed together by hand in five cross-bonded layers to
achieve high dimensional stability. The blanks are milled into their
precise shape using a CNC machine, and the surfaces sanded to a smooth
finish and waterproofed to maintain the natural beauty of the wood. Inlaid
work using darker smoked oak, precisely cut into three millimetre strips
using laser technology, helps to enhance the design of the wooden floor.
The lavishly produced aluminium rails have a brushed finish and rubber
inserts, and not only help to protect the wooden floor but also feature
2012 BMW 650i M Package Coupe Drive and Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 BMW 650i M Package Coupe is no longer
the ugly duckling of the BMW family as it now sports a much more modern and
elegant design. Gone is slightly awkward mishmash of cut lines replaced by
a lowered, stretched and widened car with huge helping of serious road
presence. If you like your BMW's shaken and not stirred...this is the one
Performance: In a word...earth stopping. The BMW 650i Coupe's 32-valve V-8,
aluminum put our 400 HP with 450 pound feet of torque. And in this case it
is the torque that you can really feel a the car pushes you back in the
drivers seat like a pissed off samurai when you floor the car in almost any
of it's eight...that's right...eight forward gears. BTW: Our tester had the
M Sport package which cost $4,400 dollars more and adds body kit, LED fog
lights, and an M steering wheel, amoung other expensive goodies.
Ride and handling are really up to you as the BMW lets you select through
comfort plus, comfort, sport, and sport plus settings. That's right, while
most cars only have three settings the BMW goes to four. And each of the
setting actually works so much so that you can instantly feel the
difference between comfort and sport. Perhaps the only complaint is the
steering which is electronic and somewhat dislocated from the front wheels.
ALL NEW 2013 Volkswagen CC Sport Plus w/NAV Comparison at Trend Motors VW in Rockaway, NJ
THE ALL NEW, 5-Passenger (FIVE!!!) Volkswagen CC is here at Trend Motors VW
in Rockaway, NJ. For 2013, VW implemented its mid-cycle freshening and
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bi-xenon headlamps, and the LED daytime running lights are optional on the
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