Mercedes-Benz CLC

With the beginning of 2008 unveiled Mercedes-Benz CLC, the Stuttgart carmaker complement the new C-Class is a compact sport coupe. From mid-2008, the two-door CLC, whose front was completely taken over by the new Mercedes-midrange model, available at the dealership. Primarily, the new lighting equipment falls on with large headlights rather than the previous four-eyes look. Thanks to a very discreet spoiler and large rear lights and the rear of the new Mercedes-Benz CLC Sports Coupe looks much more elegant than the C-Class Sports Coupé mentioned predecessors. As technical innovations of the CLC offers a more developed direct steering, new infotainment systems with color display and a performance-optimized version of the proven 1.8-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine, which now delivers 184 hp in the CLC-200-K version. According to Mercedes-Benz to reduce the fuel consumption of this model compared to its predecessor by up to 0.7 liters to 7.8 to 8.2 liters per 100 kilometers. The diesel variant Mercedes-Benz CLC 200 is to be content even with 5.9 liters per 100 kilometers. The entry-level engine for the time being remains the 143-horsepower model Mercedes-Benz CLC 180, until early 2009, a 122-hp version of the complete model range. As standard, all engines of the CLC are coupled to a six-speed manual gearbox. Lazy switching drivers can choose between a five-speed automatic transmission for the four-cylinder engines and a seven-speed automatic transmission for the V6 models. The Mercedes-Benz CLC is designed primarily for singles or couples. With a luggage compartment volume of 310 liters, the new middle-class sports coupe offers anyway only a two-person weekend, but not for the holiday luggage of an entire family. If you are a follower of compact hatchback sports coupe and therefore prefer to use a Mercedes-Benz CLC as a 1er - BMW recourse, you are guaranteed at this website to find your dream car attractive terms.