Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake prices announced
Mercedes has confirmed that its new CLS Shooting Brake will cost from £49,360.
Mercedes has confirmed that its new CLS Shooting Brake will cost from £49,360. The enlarged version of the existing CLS is available to order now, with the first customers receiving their cars from Mercedes dealers in November.
Two versions – CLS Shooting Brake and CLS AMG Sport Shooting Brake – will be available, along with three engine choices – one petrol and two diesel.
The range starts with the CLS 250 CDI, powered by a 201bhp 2.1-litre turbodiesel engine, which returns 53.3mpg and emits 139g/km. An AMG Sport version of this car is also available, costing £52,370, with the same power, but mpg falls to 52.3 and emissions rise to 143g/km.
The CLS 350 CDI features a 261bhp 3.0-litre six-cylinder turbodiesel that returns 47.1mpg and emits 161g/km, while the AMG Sport model again has the same power with inferior mpg and emissions – 46.3 and 162g/km, respectively. The standard 350 CDI costs from £53,000 and the AMG model starts at £55,995.
The range-topping CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake costs from £83,030, and features Mercedes’ acclaimed twin-turbo 5.5-litre V8 petrol engine, which produces 549bhp. Running costs will be high, however, as the engine returns only 28mpg and emits 235g/km.
Standard equipment on all models includes leather seats, sat-nav, parking sensors front and rear, metallic paint, xenon headlights and 18-inch alloy wheels.
To view the full Mercedes range, visit the CarBuyer Mercedes reviews page.
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