The Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 Sport 4Matic Shooting Brake has the style and badge cachet to be a leading light in very cool small wagons. Does the newly facelifted version have the substance to back up its lofty price tag?
Is the CLA250 Shooting Brake the perfect lifestyle weekender? Paul Maric hits the road to find out.
Small. Sporty. Wagon. The Mercedes-Benz CLA250 Sport Shooting Brake seems like a winning formula for us die-hard wagonistas.
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The CLA-Class range is now complete with the addition of a Shooting Brake model. It's more practical than the Coupe too, with extra space.
Drove through the winding roads of Mount Glorious and Nebo in Brisbane to test out the car’s all-wheel drive system and its dynamic ability, then settled into a more practical exercise and took the family for a weekend trip from Brisbane to Warwick and back.
All over the place! The CLA250 Sport and I met on a Friday afternoon, just in time for the weekend. It ferried friends and family around the city, and we spend some time out on the freeway headed toward the Mornington Peninsula and took a few detours on some surrounding country roads.
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