Mercedes-Benz CLS (2018–)

Last updated 4 July 2018

Same stylish interior as latest E-Class in a lower, more sporty looking body.
Expensive.
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Introduction

The 2018 CLS takes the same sleek, four-door profile of its predecessor and tightens it up, with sharper lines and more angular lights, taking inspiration from the high-performance Mercedes-AMG GT.

Inside, the layout is similar to the current E-Class, with a widescreen instrument binnacle that flows into the infotainment screen. Mercedes-Benz promises high-grade materials and a very high level of finish.

From launch there are three engine options. The entry-level choice is the CLS 350 d, a diesel with 286PS, plus there is a CLS 400 petrol and a CLS 450 hybrid. All of the engines have six cylinders and come with 4MATIC all-wheel drive, along with a nine-speed automatic transmission.

Among the equipment on offer is adaptive cruise control with lane assistance, auto emergency brakes, along with various other active safety systems.

Mercedes-Benz CLS 2018 Range Road Test

 

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