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Performance

A winning combination of sweet handling and comfort give the CLS a touch of class which suits the Mercedes marque. The standard-fit adaptive damping means the CLS deals well with the roughest roads. There is also agility thanks to the direct and nicely weighted steering. At entry level the CLS comes with a 201bhp 2.1-litre diesel engine. However, you may find the V6 diesel or even V8-powered 500 and AMG models more exciting. The latter will achieve 0-62mph in a heart-racing 4.4 seconds. V6 engines come in either 3.0 litre diesel or 3.5 litre petrol. All model pack a punch, find out which best suits you by booking a test drive.

Running Costs

The 250 CDI provides the best running costs with a reported 53.2mpg returned while the CO2 emissions only reaching 135g/km on the diesel edition. The 350 CDI returns 47mpg both stats are impressive for a car the size of a CLS. Going further up the range will inevitably mean paying heftier running costs but the CLA is reassuringly expensive, as they say.

Equipment

The standard Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake equipment list is generous and includes MP3-compatible CD DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity, USB connector socket and six-inch display all included. There’s a sat-nav upgrade called Comand on the 350 CDI and AMG models. This features a bigger screen, voice activated controls, 3D display and Google apps for traffic info. Order a brochure for full details on what is included.