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Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class Holland MI

The CLS-Class debuted in the 2006 model year. An all-new design, the vehicle was based on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class chassis, but with a longer and sleeker body. Style took precedence over function, so the incrementally larger CLS-Class actually offers less interior room than its sibling E-Class.

Mercedes-Benz of Ann Arbor
(734) 663-3300
570 Auto Mall Drive
Ann Arbor, MI
 
Betten Imports, Inc.
(616) 301-2100
5901 28th Street, S. E.
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Orrin B. Hayes, Inc.
(269) 345-0167
543 West Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI
 
Mercedes-Benz of Rochester
(248) 652-3800
595 S. Rochester Road
Rochester, MI
 
Hertz
(616) 393-2040
1119 Water Tower
Holland, MI
 
Mercedes-Benz of St. Clair Shores
(586) 773-2369
20200 East Nine Mile Road
St. Clair Shores, MI
 
Grand Blanc Motorcars, Ltd.
(810) 695-4400
9099 Holly Road
Grand Blanc, MI
 
Mercedes-Benz of Traverse City
(231) 938-3800
3258 North US 31 South
Traverse City, MI
 
Okemos Auto Collection
(517) 853-2600
2186 Jolly Road
Okemos, MI
 
Avis Rent A Car
(616) 355-7777
520 Chicago Dr
Holland, MI
 

Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class

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Critical Knowledge:
  • Freshened exterior look

  • Redesigned larger exterior mirrors

  • New 18-inch alloy wheels

  • Sportier 3-spoke steering wheel

  • New gauges in white with silver backgrounds

  • Bluetooth integrated into the COMAND (COckpit MANagement and Data) infotainment system

  • North American sales start in Spring 2008

Introduction
The CLS-Class debuted in the 2006 model year. An all-new design, the vehicle was based on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class chassis, but with a longer and sleeker body. Style took precedence over function, so the incrementally larger CLS-Class actually offers less interior room than its sibling E-Class. Avoiding the dilemma, Mercedes-Benz took the opportunity to market the CLS as the world's first

4-door coupé. Its success spawned a trend of other 4-door coupés that include the new Volkswagen Passat CC and even the BMW X6. While the CLS-Class is offered in the European market with a large choice of engines, the North American market is presented with two strong 8-cylinder powerplants. For the 2009 model year, Mercedes made minor cosmetic changes to the interior and exterior, and updated the vehicle's technology.

Design
Complementing the sleek nose of the 2009 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class is a new, and more dramatic, 2-bar grille that replaces the original 4-bar grille. The mesh behind the grille, traditionally finished in black, is now Atlas Grey. The sides of the CLS sport larger exterior mirrors with integrated arrow-shaped turn signals. The rear of the vehicle has been fitted with a new bumper, dual trapezoidal exhaust pipes, and arrow-shaped LED taillights. New dual-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels

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