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Mercedes-Benz CLS

2018
Mercedes-Benz CLS 2018 sedan Trim Shown: 2018 CLS550 sedan AWD Automatic
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The CLS is sort-of a four-door coupe, meant to look slick and stylish yet offers a measure of practicality. The CLS550 version gets a 402-hp, 4.7-liter twin-turbo V8 mated to a nine-speed automatic. An AMG version with a 577-hp, 5.5-liter V8 delivers ferocious acceleration. Handling is capable and surprisingly agile for such a large car. The ride is firm but supple and steady. The coupelike styling results in a low roof and small windows, reducing interior space. That limits cabin access, hurts visibility, and compromises rear-seat room. Noise levels are hushed. Fit and finish is excellent, but the controls are complicated.
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2012-2017
2012 Redesign Year
Mercedes-Benz CLS 2017 Trim Shown: 2017 CLS550
For 2012, the car was extensively freshened, with revised styling and a 4.6-liter twin-turbo V8. It remains a highly capable sporty sedan, with excellent interior fit and finish and a broad selection of the latest driver assistance technologies including forward collision prevention, lane tracking, lane departure warning and semi-automated parking.
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2015 $46,425 - $84,000 $41,140 - $75,040
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2014 $40,650 - $63,925 $36,050 - $56,750
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2013 $33,900 - $50,075 $29,600 - $44,100
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2012 $28,650 - $39,450 $24,530 - $34,630
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2006-2011
2006 Redesign Year
Mercedes-Benz CLS 2011
Based upon the E-Class sedan, the CLS four-door coupe's low roof, small windows, and reduced interior space compromise access, outward visibility and rear-seat head- and legroom. The 5.0-liter V8 offers smooth and abundant power, but the seven-speed automatic often hesitated before downshifts and wasn't always smooth in our tests. A 6.3-liter AMG version is available. The quick steering offers good feedback, and the handling is capable, if not really sporty. Ride quality is mostly steady, but some side-to-side motions are annoying. Noise levels are hushed. Fit and finish are excellent, but the controls are complicated.
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2011 $20,600 - $33,625 $16,880 - $29,050
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2010 $17,925 - $29,700 $14,300 - $25,320
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2009 $15,100 - $24,150 $11,680 - $20,100
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2008 $12,650 - $19,850 $9,400 - $16,020
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2007 $10,675 - $17,825 $7,500 - $13,990
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2006 $9,050 - $13,425 $6,050 - $10,015
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