Clearly, the impressions from the launch of the 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS are still not settled fully and now, the Stuttgart based automaker has released pricing for their upcoming four-door coupe. As you will see below, the model will be introduced with three different engines, with the CLS350D 4MATIC starting at 68,12.50€ ($80,176) and going all the way u p to the 70,906.15€ ($83,445) priced CLS450 4MATIC and 72,506.70€ ($85,330) priced CLS400D 4MATIC as the currently most expensive model option offered.
Take a look at the prices below:
CLS 350 d 4MATIC
CLS 400 d 4MATIC
CLS 450 4MATIC
Number of cylinders/arrangement
Rated output (kW/hp)
Extra output from EQ Boost (kW/hp)
Rated torque (Nm)
Combined fuel consumption (l/100km)2
Combined CO2 emissions (g/km)2
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)
Price from (euros)1
The AMG Line (2,737 euros) makes for added sportiness of the exterior and interior. External features are dynamic AMG styling (consisting of AMG front apron with chrome trim, sportily distinctive air curtains, AMG side sill panels and AMG rear apron in diffuser look with chrome trim strip), a diamond radiator grille with chrome pins and 48.3 cm (19-inch) 5-twin-spoke AMG light-alloy wheels painted in tremolite grey with a high-sheen finish. In the interior, the AMG Line comprises specially designed seats in ARTICO man-made leather/DINAMICA microfibre in black, an AMG multifunction sports steering wheel with flattened bottom section as well as AMG sports pedals and AMG floor mats.
The Edition 1 special model adds even more to the exclusivity of the CLS (extra price of 12,495 euros, combinable with all engine variants). The exclusive details include the COPPER ART interior concept with seats in black pearl nappa leather with centre section in diamond design and copper-coloured highlights. There is copper-coloured contrasting topstitching on the centre console, seats, armrests, instrument panel and door trim panels. In addition, exclusive trim in open-pore black ash wood with Edition 1 laser engraving on the centre console comes as standard.
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