Genesis had the highest initial quality and they were closely followed by Kia and Hyundai.
A mild hybrid it might be, but with 429 HP and a 0-62 mph time of a mere 4.5 seconds you’ll never be left wanting for power.
Doing 62 mph in 4.5 seconds isn’t making headlines these days, but sure is more than enough for anyone.
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.