Mercedes-Benz / Mercedes-Benz CLS 350
Power306 @ 6500 rpm
Transmission7-spd aut w/OD
Fuel Capacity59 liters
MPG13.6 City / 6.8 HWY
|Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 BlueEFFICIENCY||7 speed automatic||306HP (225 kW) @ 6500 rpm|
|Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY||7 speed automatic||265HP (195 kW) @ 3800 rpm|
|Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 CGI C 219||automatic||292HP (214 kW) @ 6400 rpm|
|Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 C 219||automatic||271HP (199 kW) @ 6000 rpm|
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The fuel efficient Mercedes Benz CLS 350
The Mercedes Benz CLS 350 Blue Efficiency is the most efficient of the gasoline versions of the new CLS saloon, or four-door coupe, as you might favor to call it. When the first-generation Mercedes-Benz CLS was issued in 2004, it had things more or less its own way. There wasn't precisely a plethora of four-door coupйs for it to argue against.
The new look brings a greeting muscularity to the CLS, without destroying the elegance of the initial notion, and there’s plenty of space interior for four persons and their luggage.
The most impressive characteristic of our check vehicle was the Eco-mode stop/start drive train, unusual in a self-acting, which close down and fired up the 3.5-litre V6 unbelievably rapidly and smoothly. In the mean time it took to move your foot from the brake to the accelerator, the motor had rotated up and was already providing torque to start dragging away.
It doesn’t travel quite as well as the equivalent E-class, but the chassis feels more focused and bump absorption is still very good on the 18-inch wheels.
The steering is the best electric systems, though the weighting needs consistency across the first quarter turn in each direction, contrasted with the best hydraulic schemes.
The CLS feels flatter, keener and sharper than the E-class, which, granted that it's notionally a more dynamic type of that vehicle in all senses, is the way it ought to be.
Mercedes has made a large-scale play of the new electric powered power guiding system on the CLS (its first). It's glossy, accurate and well weighted, albeit equitably devoid of feel, like most schemes of its kind. There were some slightly inelegant buttons on the steering wheel of our check car, too.
Going by car a left-hooker in the UK seldom flatters a car's ride because you sit over the lowest components of the road. Our CLS, which had benchmark coil springs rather than the optional air jumps, was usually good, but not without an occasional thump over larger imperfections. The dynamism enhancements have not arrived without a small punishment, but it's far from one you'd complain about too vigorously.
Buying the car
At a couple of pounds short of Ј50,000, the CLS 350 Blue Efficiency has a slight cost premium over its most obvious competitor, the Audi A7.
The vehicles are very identically agreed and most purchasers would likely make the conclusion between the two founded and the presence of diverse technologies or choices - Quattro drive train or Distronic safety scheme, for example.
It’s worth pointing out that the sophistication of the CLS’s drive train intended that we managed an average of 31.7mpg over 300 miles of mixed village and country going by car, which is outstanding for any petrol self-acting saloon, let solely one that can do 0-60mph in well under seven seconds.
The price of the Mercedes Benz CLS 350 is near about Ј49,988. The highest pace of the car is around 155mph and it takes a speed ranging from 0 to 62mph in 6.1 seconds. The economy of this Mercedes car is 41.5mpg.