2014 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class Values


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2014 model year changes View changes +

The only change for the CLS in 2014, is the switch to all-wheel-drive on the CLS63 AMG, giving the high performance coupe even more traction. Other models remain unaltered.

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Strong turbo-charged V8 engines; class-leading tech and safety features; superb cabin materials

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Mercedes-Benz calls the CLS-Class a coupe, but it's actually a 4-door sedan that's considerably curvier than most sedans-- a group that also includes the Audi A7 and Porsche Panamera. While both of those other models come with hatches, the CLS-Class has a trunk. For many shoppers, the relative rarity of the CLS-Class is a selling point-- it looks like no other car out there. There are a number of tech firsts in the CLS-Class, including the implementation of the world's first LED headlights.

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