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  • Mercedes-Benz has equipped its CLS with a 2,1-litre turbodiesel engine. With “ only” kW it may not seem like the sort of engine best suited.

    Length, 4,mm. Width (including mirrors), 2,mm. Height, 1,mm. Seats, 4 . Doors, 4. Luggage Capacity (Seats Up), l. Gross Vehicle Weight, 2,kg.

    Details of the Mercedes-Benz CLS CDI BlueEFFICIENCY have emerged, and for the first time makes use of a CDI four cylinder engine in.

    Powered by a twin-turbo 2. Its owners can choose from different color schemes not just for decorating the cabin but also for its leather seat covers. A ventilated glove box on the dashboard can hold several things, while the ambient lighting in three different electable colors adds to its elegance. Same lovely cabin and refinement as six-pot CLSs, with even lower running costs.

    Mercedes-Benz CLS CDI review | Autocar

    Powered by a twin-turbo 2. And with so much torque, its in-gear performance is quite startling. Should I buy one? With a car like this it's not about need, it's about want Not sure if I would agree with you Teg on this one, I mean clearly the most popular engine in the original CLS was the CDI, that car had more than enough power along with reasonable fuel consumption.

    This new CDI has 20 bhp less and is half a second slower to sixty yet with far better fuel consumption and lower emissions, making it ideal for business users. I do think it really has lost it's looks though.. If I could have had the looks of the old car with the new engine and transmission I would probably be about to replace the last in a long line of BMWs with my first Mercedes.

    Looks wise I did also prefer the original shape but now I prefer this one. Has this has overtaken the Evoque as the most expensive 4 litre diesel in the world? There will always be buyers otherwise Merc would not have made it, simply does'nt happen anymore where a factory does something spontaneously. Haven't seen one on the road yet but I prefer the looks of the new CLS to the old one, too. The forthcoming estate looks even better. At this price level, though, I would stick with six cylinders.

    But then I pay for my cars myself, rather than through a company scheme. At this price how forget the refinement of a six? We can have the same debate between a petrol and Diesel engine. Otherwise , buy cheaper a lot Same lovely cabin and refinement as six-pot CLSs, with even lower running costs. New flagship super-GT has world-class fast grand touring capability, handling Fourth-generation SUV has grown in size and standing, with new engines and Audi A1 review.

    Second-gen premium supermini gets a little bit larger and a lot more Join the debate Comments. It's all about the twisties Log in or register to post comments. I haven't had anyone ask for one though just cdi's. Add your comment Log in or register to post comments.

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