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Highlight: The CLS offers optional rear coat hangers, which hang from the rear front seat headrests.

Test Vehicle’s MSRP: $84,140 (Base Price $65,990)

Seating Capacity: 4

Standard Safety Features: airbags; an automatic dimming rearview mirror; ABS; an electronic stability system; a traction control system; an alarm system; power adjustable front armrests; a power adjustable front (and rear) head restraints; a 24-hour assistance system; a tire pressure warning system; and audible parking sensors (front and rear)

Standard Equipment On Base Model: 18-inch wheels; 7-speed automatic transmission; shift paddles; a start/stop engine saver; a power sunroof; a dual zone automatic climate control system; heated front seats; a navigation system; a memory control steering wheel; seat belt memory; a power tilt/telescopic steering wheel; power operated leather seats with memory control; and rear bucket seats

Options On Review Model: 19-inch wheels; split folding rear bucket seats; an active multi-contour driver’s seat; an air suspension system; rear heated seats; rear side air bags; a upgraded navigation system with real-time traffic updates; WIFi; a power rear window sunshade; an adaptive high beam assist system; multi beam LED headlamps; power folding mirrors; an electronic trunk closer; a keyless entry system; an active controlled steering wheel; an active parallel parking assist system; a surround view camera system; an electronic blind spot assist system; a lane keep assist system with a cross traffic alert system; a 600-watt Harman/Kardon 14-speaker audio system; and a pre-collision braking system

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 Suspension System:

 Front: 3-link front axle with MacPherson struts

Rear: an independent multi-link

 Standard Audio On Test Vehicle: an 8-speaker AM/FM/HD/CD

 Bluetooth Connectivity: Yes

 iPod compatible: Yes

 Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty: 4 years or 50,000-mile warranty

Powertrain Warranty: 4 years or 50,000-mile warranty

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