The all-new Mercedes CLS proves style comes at a cost.
Deciding between these three models might actually be quite easy as long as you know what you’re looking for.
Among the changes is the new E 450 replacing the E 400 for the E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet, from £50,900.
Where one starts, the other ends, but it’s enough to look at their official pricing details to solve the mystery.
This tuned second-gen CLS shows bystanders at a car meet how a V8 should sound.
Although it’s not a Merc-sanctioned project, those renderings could hint at a custom aftermarket conversion.
Deliveries of the new Mercedes-AMG E53 Coupe and Cabriolet and CLS 53 should start in three months.
In-depth review points out all of the all-new 2018 Mercedes CLS’ shortcomings.
There are also plenty of custom wheel models to choose from, sizes 20 and 21-inches.
Mercedes-AMG was caught on camera testing two CLS53 prototypes at the Nordschleife track.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS 450 4Matic Edition 1 looks great from the driver’s seat.
It’s pricier than the more practical E-Class, but it’s also a lot more stylish.