Mercedes-Benz CLS

Mercedes-Benz CLS News in Malaysia

  • The Mercedes-Benz CLS wasn't the first 4-door coupe, but it helped revolutionise it

    Nearly two decades ago, at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz unveiled the Vision CLS concept car, and the automotive world was infatuated by its beauty. Mercedes-Benz was so proud of its concept that combined coupe and sedan into one, it declared that it had “created a milestone in automotive history” in its official press release. While the production CLS did eventually pave the way for rivals (and Volkswagen) to launch their own version of a 4-door coupe, Mercedes-Benz wasn’t the fi

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    Jun 13, 2021

  • 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS facelift at Shanghai Auto - this or the Audi A7?

    Alongside the long-wheelbase Mercedes-Benz C-Class L, the 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS facelift also made appearance at the Shanghai Auto. As seen in the global debut, changes are subtle, only obvious to eagled-eyed fans. The front grille features the three-pointed star pins and redesigned front bumper with more striking intakes. Apart from those, it’s virtually indistinguishable from the pre-facelift Mercedes-Benz CLS. Perhaps Mercedes-Benz got it right in the first place. After all, the A-Class’ fro


    Apr 20, 2021

  • New 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS gets a new steering wheel, adds MBUX

    Starting April 2021, the Mercedes-Benz CLS gets an update to bring it in line with the rest of its siblings. Updates extend to the exterior, and also interior to enhance its looks and give it more dynamism. Safety and convenience technology are also ramped up in this update. Outside, the most obvious change is the front bumper that has more striking air intakes and a sportier physog. The AMG Line exterior looks especially menacing with its sporty-yet-classy trim around the front intakes and radi


    Apr 8, 2021

  • The Mercedes-Benz CLS 260 is so stylish, there’s little left for power – 1.5L turbo, 184 PS

    At the rate that things are progressing in many parts of the world, where governments are waging wars against high CO2 emissions cars and speeding, it’s inevitable that car buyers will soon trend towards lifestyle cars that are packed with the latest infotainment, powered by the smallest available engine. We have already seen this in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan, where 180 series engines are the norm for Mercedes-Benz A-Class and C-Class models. Here in Malaysia, the lowest available engine t


    May 12, 2020

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