Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake Gains Night Edition Packs

There’s an entirely new A-Class out, but this hasn’t stopped Mercedes-Benz from upgrading the older CLA Shooting Brake, with the Night Edition package.

Priced at €2,650 (equal to $3,234) in Germany, tax included, it adds new front apron, side sill panels, and rear apron, alongside the 18-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels, with an AMG-flair.

The LED headlights, and a special Edition badge on the wing try to tell bystanders that this is not the usual CLA Shooting Brake. If you want more, you can opt for the extra Night Package that adds completely black AMG light-alloy wheels.

No images of the interior have been released at the time of writing, but the automaker says it’s characterized by black and white contrasts, top stitching on the Artico leather seats, carbon-look trim, and others.

Those who don’t want to wait for the new CLA to arrive can also get the current Shooting Brake in the Night Edition Starlight flavor. The somewhat brighter version comes with a diamond radiator grille and chrome pins, and wheels finished in titanium grey.

The Night Edition package, on the other hand, will be launched for the four-door CLA as well, in addition to the GLA crossover and B-Class MPV too.

Both versions of the stylish estate will go on sale next month, and have their market launch scheduled for June, but before that, the CLA Shooting Brake Night Edition will arrive at the Geneva Motor Show, next week.

 

  • lagunas3ca

    Surprised they don’t sell this in the US to compete against Audi’s A4 allroad.

    • TrevP

      While true, this would compete more with the A4 Avant. The A4 Allroad would be more equivalent to a CLA All-Terrian

    • Mynameis Taylor

      the CLA is in the same segment as the A3, not the A4. the C In anycase Americans don’t really buy wagons, and we’ve never had a C-class wagon in the states. Sales would be very low on a small wagon. we rarely see A4 Avant or 3-Series wagons.

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