CLS restores the four-door coupon segment.
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The signature swooping roof and angled rear quarter look even cooler with what Mercedes calls its "Sensual Purity" language. The "shark nose" in front of the fascia is particularly attractive; flanked by a prominent lower splitter, two air intakes and sharp LED headlamps, it sets an amazing tone.
The rest of the body is not so oblique, but it does not have to be. Mercedes chose beautiful, floating lines instead. Marketing Director Bernie Glaser emphasized that "the time for curls and edges is over" and it is clear here.
Aluminum hood and body panels are floating, with a barely noticeable belt line that breaks up the otherwise flat appearance. Frameless windows with glass B-bars continue the seamless theme, while slim LED light fixtures, an integrated spoiler and 19-inch wheels – borrowed from the AMG line – the top of the sophisticated, beautiful styling.
<p class = "canvas- Atom text text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Mens Mercedes-Benz E-Class It shares its platform – opting for all-out luxury, CLS tries to win over performance-conscious buyers instead. It has two key selling points: a sportier suspension than Ek welding, and a brand new inline six-cylinder engine. Inline-six is the first company to offer in over 20 years (the last Mercedes to use an inline-six was S320). And although the architecture may be old school, this engine is far from it. While the Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan – as it shares its platform – chooses for all-out luxury, CLS tries to win over prestigious buyers instead. It has two key selling points: one more sporty suspension than the E-Class, and a brand new cylinder-inline engine. Inline-Six is the first company to offer for more than 20 years (the last Mercedes to use an inline-six was S320). And although the architecture can Being an old school, this engine is far from it.
The turbocharged 3.0-liter I6 produces 362 horsepower and 369 pound-torque torque. It is also assisted by an electric motor that is nudged between the engine and the 9-speed transmission Technically, yes, it's a hybrid, but Mercedes prefers to use the term "EQ Boost." Terminology may sound stupid, but it is justified in this case, the electric motor is close to eliminating the turbo team.
I Sport and Sport + driving mode, the CLS450 is extremely slim. The immediate response and the fixed suspension helps rear-wheel drive to sprint to 60 miles per hour in a segment of best 5.1 seconds (4Matic model does the work in 4.8 seconds). In Eco Pro and Comfort modes, CLS changes its tone dramatically.
In Sport and Sport + driving mode, the CLS450 is extremely slim.
The suspension is transformed from stiff to fungal, the gas provides instant response to smoother tips, and there is even a "sliding" feature that turns off the gas engine completely on certain downhill tracks. This car is extremely comfortable to drive – I will argue even more than the E-Class – and Jekyll-and-Hyde-like in its transformative abilities.
However, the CLS fails on an area. Its handling suffers from the same unclear response as the E-Class. Throwing it in a corner gives unclear results at best. The thickness of the steering wheel can have something to do with it; It felt too big in my hands.
The cottage is also impressive. Most messy characters on the E-Class are gone, thankfully. The gear lever is still on the rear of the driver's right hand, and the windshield controls to the left. However, the cruise control settings have moved to the steering wheel, and the electronic steering wheel adjusts lower down.
CLS also delivers items like piano black plastic instead of woodgrain trim and high quality black leather treatments instead. The quilted seats are another high note. They are extremely well done, and although they are a bit stiff, still quite comfortable.
On a version of the Mercedes MRA Modular Platform, which also forms the basis of E-Class and S-Class, CLS stretches an extra 2.5 inches in length above its predecessor. The wheel itself is 2.5 inches longer, giving a noticeable half-inch increase in the hind leg.
Still, the backseat is not huge. Higher passengers can rub the head on the roof – a disorder of all CLS since the car debuted. But the rear bench lowers deep enough to make it comfortable in an hour's turn, and the addition of a medium seat transforms CLS from a four-seat to a five-seater (in a clamp) for the first time ever
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2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS: First Drive