Germany: Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake arrives in showrooms image

Mercedes-Benz has announced that the new CLS Shooting Brake has arrived in showrooms in Germany, where the cheapest version can be bought from 61,761 euros.

According to the German based automaker, the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake is available for order on its local auto market, where the model is coming in seven versions. The cheapest CLS Shooting Brake is the CLS 250 CDI, available from 61,761 euros, which is coming with 204 HP (150 kW), while the most expensive one, the CLS 63 AMG, with its 525 HP (386 kW), has been priced from 117,512.50 euros.

“Every true car legend speaks to both mind and heart. The functionality of a vehicle is required – that require our customers. Fascination is the cure. The CLS Shooting Brake combines both in a way that no other car has to offer”, said the company’s CEO, Dieter Zetsche.

Mercedes-Benz is saying that all versions of the CLS Shooting Brake are getting standard features like the Becker Map Pilot for the CLS 250 CDI, the Comand Online Multimedia system for the 350 CDI and the Parktronic front and rear, the leather upholstery, the bi-xenon headlights, the metallic paint and 18-inch alloy wheels for the CLS 63 AMG.

The new CLS 250 CDI BlueEfficiency Shooting brake is powered by a 2.1 liter four-cylinder turbo engine, the CLS350 CDI BlueEfficiency by a V6 turbo diesel with 261 HP and the CLS 63 AMG by a 5.5 liter bi-turbo V8 engine, producing a total output of 525 HP while returning 28 mpg and emitting 235 h/km of CO2.