The CLS-Class is a mid-sized car with four full side doors and seating for four passengers. The CLS is a stylish and pricey alternative to the conservatively styled E-Class sedan upon which it is based. Mercedes refers to the CLS as a coupe due to its four passenger seating and sleek styling. The model range includes the V8 powered CLS550 and the high-performance CLS63 AMG model. Both models include seven-speed automatic transmissions and rear-wheel-drive, although the CLS550 is offered with an optional all-wheel-drive setup (CLS550 4MATIC). Recent Mercedes-Benz models have touted high output engines and the latest engines in the CLS are no exception. The standard 4.7l V8 (CLS550) is rated at 402-bhp and the optional 5.5l V8 (CLS63 AMG) produces an impressive 518-bhp. There is a long list of standard and optional features befitting a luxury car. With a base price exceeding $71,000, the CLS is aimed a well-heeled niche.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|CLS-Class CLS550 ||4.7l V8 T (402-bhp) ||A7 ||RWD ||18/27/22 || ||$72,100|
|CLS-Class CLS550 4MATIC ||4.7l V8 T (402-bhp) ||A7 ||AWD ||18/25/21 || ||$74,600|
|CLS-Class CLS63 AMG ||5.5l V8 T (550-bhp) ||SM7 ||AWD ||16/22/19 || ||$99,500|
|CLS-Class CLS63 AMG S ||5.5l V8 T (577-bhp) ||SM7 ||AWD ||16/22/19 || ||$106,500|