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  • Jack Kokfong
    Mercedes' justification for calling the four-doored CLA a shooting brake is that it considers the standard CLA to be a four-door coupe rather than a small saloon. Ultimately, shooting brake sounds sexier than estate. Historically, the term comes from the vehicle that shooting parties would use on hunts.27 Nov 2014
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  • Is Mercedes CLA shooting brake rear wheel drive?

    Most versions are front-wheel drive, but there's 4Matic all-wheel drive on offer on the loftier versions in the range, and it's standard on the two go-quick Shooting Brakes: the AMG CLA35 and AMG CLA 45 – which add supercar-chasing performance to a car already niched to an inch of its life.30 Jan 2020
  • Does the CLA Shooting Brake?

    Then Mercedes introduced a Shooting Brake version of the CLA, which adds a tailgate similar to that of an estate car but with the same emphasis on style rather than outright practicality.
  • How big is the boot of a CLA Shooting Brake?

    505 litres
    The CLA Shooting Brake has a bigger boot than before – it's up 10 litres to 505 litres. Not much, but it'll feel like a more useful space, because the tailgate opening now cuts through the light clusters, instead of meandering around them.30 Jan 2020
  • What is a Mercedes Shooting Brake?

    Mercedes' justification for calling the four-doored CLA a shooting brake is that it considers the standard CLA to be a four-door coupe rather than a small saloon. Ultimately, shooting brake sounds sexier than estate. Historically, the term comes from the vehicle that shooting parties would use on hunts.27 Nov 2014

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