2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS is priced from €68,127, set to start selling in Germany this March

Article by Christian A., on December 12, 2017

Mercedes-Benz has officially released the pricing details of the new 2019 CLS. The base variant is the CLS 350d 4Matic that’s equipped with the inline-six rated engine and comes with a displacement of 2,925 cc and an output of 286 hp with maximum torque measured at 443 lb.-ft. This has been priced at $80,176 (€68,127.50) for the German market.

Much like the base model, the CLS 400d 4Matic is fitted with the same diesel engine although it has been tuned to offer more power at 340 hp having peak torque of 516 lb.-ft. Acceleration from 0 to 62 mph is at 5.0 seconds, faster than the 5.7 seconds offered by the CLS 350d 4Matic. The CLS 400d 4Matic is priced beginning at $85,330 (€72,507.70).

Those who want a petrol-powered version can choose the CLS 450 4Matic with is equipped with a 3.0-liter engine. Maximum output is 367 hp with top torque of 369 lb.-ft. It can go from 0 to 62 mph in 4.8 seconds. Mercedes-Benz has given this model a starting price of $83,445 (€70,906.15).

This is not all as Mercedes-Benz is offering customers different extras offered as options. An AMG line exterior, as well as interior, is available for $3,221 (€2,737). Dual displays meanwhile can be yours for an additional $1,191 (€1,011.50) with multi-beam headlights raising the price by $1,925 (€1,636.25). Offered as well are the rear seats which allow a 40/20/40 split and which are offered for $610 (€517.65). An electronic trailer coupling on the other is at $1,344 (€1,142.40).

In addition, customers can equip the new CLS with an Air Balance Package priced at $470 (€398.65). Command Online is an option as well for $2,521(€2,142) though the Energizing comfort control adds $280 (€238) more to the cost.

Also an option is the Driving Assistance Package which comes with a number of safety systems. These include Active Blind Spot Assist, Active Brake Assist with cross-traffic, Active Distance Control Distronic, Active Lane Keeping Assist, Active Speed Limit Assist, Active Steering Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, and Pre-S AFE Plus. This package costs $2,115 (€1,796.90). A Driving Assistance Plus meanwhile adds in braces which protect the occupants in the front from a side impact. It does this by pushing the occupants to the sides. This costs $2,815 (€2,391.90).

Customers who prefer something a little more special can choose to have the Edition 1 variant. This comes with black pearl nappa leather seats having a diamond design with the center section revealing copper-colored highlights. Special stitching can also be observed and there is even the exclusive laser engraving and open-pore black ash wood. This special edition can be chosen regardless of the engine variant. However this would mean an additional $14,705 (€12,495) above the price of the model selected.

Source: Mercedes-Benz

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