The third generation and tech-loaded Mercedes CLS range returns to the sleek design language of the mould-breaking original. If the E-Class sedan bores you, then this might be your perfect car.
This is the car that started the whole sedan-coupe craze. But, now deep into its second generation, is the Mercedes-Benz CLS still relevant beyond being really really good looking?
The CLS500 isn't supposed to be for everybody according to its maker. Regardless, there's a lot to like about this swoopy four door performance weapon.
At a quarter of a million dollars, does the CLS 63 AMG S make much sense?
It might be a tad dated alongside its newer siblings, but at $159,900, the CLS500 is a lot of car for the money.
There wasn't much wrong with the outgoing Mercedes-Benz CLS, but a mid-life update makes it better than ever (inside & out).
Coupe meets wagon with Mercedes' new CLS Shooting Brake - a model that is more practical than it looks.
When you factor in the exhaustive inventory of creature comforts, the raft of advanced safety systems and the sublime ride and handling prowess, the CLS-Class is an exceptionally high-value package...
Punch the throttle from just a crawl and you better be prepared for blast off...
The new CLS bears some resemblance to the original, but it has more in common with the latest S Class and E Class.
In the metal it does exude enormous presence. Its nose is reminiscent of the SLS-AMG supercar, and that is a good thing.