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2014 Mercedes-Benz CLS CLS 63 AMG S-Model
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Vehicle Information:
Year: 2014
Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: CLS
Trim: CLS 63 AMG S-Model
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Suggested Retail Price: $67,000
Mileage: 77,565
Body Style: Sedan
Doors: 4 Dr
Engine: V 8 5.5 Li
Transmission: Automatic 7 Speed
Interior Color: Ash/black
Exterior Color: Diamond White Metallic
Stereo: High End Stereo System

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WHOOOOOO......WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MERCEDES SUPER FAST..... THIS ONE IS A JAMES BOND CAR!! IF YOU BUY A MERCEDES THIS IS THE ONE. SAVE MONEY ON THIS ONE AND YOU CAN SMILE WHEN YOU DRIVE......This Mercedes is unapologetically different from the other two contenders. The CLS63 AMG is truest to its roots, a direct descendant of AMGs named the “Hammer” and the “Red Sow.” It emits the baritone roar of a Cigarette boat and punches a hole in the air with the same sense of entitlement as the larger S-class. It is an outrageous engine wrapped in an imposing car. But one of the CLS’s biggest contrasts is how it distances its driver from the road.First went the clutch pedal. The shift paddles are sure to follow. The computers are so sophisticated, the engines so powerful, and the acceleration so rapid in these cars that the human body and brain struggle to keep up. Just try to time the 1-2 upshift in the CLS63 AMG at full throttle. The V-8’s stampede to 6400 rpm, along with a slightly lethargic manual-shift apparatus, means you need to think about shifting now—as soon as you flatten the throttle—if you want to avoid bucking against the rev limiterAMG’s stone-cold launch control will manage gearchanges for you. With a wet-clutch pack in place of the torque converter, the Merc cuts the anchor chain at 3750 rpm to hit 60 mph in 3.2 seconds and clears the quarter-mile in 11.6 seconds. It is the quickest car here thanks to its combination of four-wheel drive and launch control, not to mention the most potent engine. The 27-hp bump over the old performance package and the switch to four-wheel propulsion hack 0.6 second off the 60-mph sprint. While it wears the smallest tires and is the only car here with conventional iron brake discs (carbon-ceramics are optional), the CLS still manages the stop from 70 mph in 148 feet, evincing no fade. It was second quickest through the slalom, where it displayed exceptional stability but scant athleticism, with no sinewy connection to the driver. The Mercedes’ performance only came into question when we attempted our tight and technical hill-climb in Eberbach. Here, back-to-back-to-back hairpins of the first-gear variety open up into a series of sweepers where speed is dictated by your nerve and confidence more than the topography. On these roads, the Mercedes’ vaultlike qualities weigh it down. It is neither as eager to change direction nor as neutral as the Audi or the BMW.The CLS feels larger and more sluggish than the others, despite the fact that it claims the shortest wheelbase, the shortest length, and a curb weight halfway between the Audi and the BMW. Driving fast in the Benz means using the engine to compensate for the chassis. It’s a point-and-shoot affair rather than a fluid chain of carefully managed acceleration, braking, and steering. The CLS63 AMG comes into its element on the autobahn, where its buttoned-down chassis is unfazed by the rare pavement irregularity even above 130 mph. The insulated cabin mutes wind and road noise, the bulky front seats could be comfortable for days, and the rear cabin is generous. The exterior execution is, to our eyes, less successful. Mercedes may have invented the so-called “four-door-coupe” form factor, but everyone else seems to have implemented it better. The CLS’s surfacing is cluttered, and its rear end looks droopy and dowdy. What’s the point of a four-door coupe if not to make the rear end sexy?
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EPA Mileage Rating 22
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