The 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class is all about power and performance that go parallel with its elegance. The Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class is known to be the original model of the category of four-door ‘coupe’.
Apparently shaped as a sedan, the 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class achieves its ‘coupe’ status because of the roofline that makes all the difference. Currently in the luxury segment, the 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class stands as one of the best looking cars driving either on tracks or on the road, confidently advertises the world famous Mercedes Benz dealership Montreal.
Models to Compare
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class is not the only model of its class. Rather it has got a bunch of other models to compete with like the BMW 8-Series, Porsche Panamera, Audi A7, and the Jaguar XF. But it is because of its unique combination of power, performance, and luxury, that the CLS-Class gets an edge over the above-mentioned stylish luxury cars.
Newly Added Attractions for the 2021 Model Series
Mercedes has purposely given its flagship model, the CLS-Class all the features that add another layer of luxury and convenience for the users. The year 2021 proved to be yet another one to prove this point in a stronger way. This year the CLS-Class models receive the latest infotainment system that works in tune with the center touchscreen.
The new system now responds to the “Hey Mercedes” in which the electronic voice prompts for the augmented reality and help with navigating the car through the best routes. The 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class also adds a new variety of active safety features that are mostly categorized as the Driver Assistance package.
Ride Comfort and Handling Excellence
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class cabins can carry four adult travelers comfortably, while the trunk occupies a space of 11.9 cubic feet to accommodate the bare minimum luggage for four. The rides in every 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class is luxurious, thanks to the consistently supportive seats, good on skin materials and a serene atmosphere that never falters, even if the outside atmosphere becomes gloomy.
Mercedes queues up its CLS-Class models for the year 2021 in a dynamic series of trims that differ from each other in many areas. At the base form, it is the rear-drive CLS450, while for the all-wheel-drive one has to choose the CLS450 4Matic. The existing lineup also flaunts a performance-oriented AMG CLS53 trim and all of them unite in one aspect, which is a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 engine that propels at 362 horsepower in the 450 trim models and runs with 429 hp when loaded under the hoods of the AMG 53 model.
Both the engine versions are supported by an electric motor meaning that Mercedes is developing more of hybrid options to reduce the environmental damage. What is more important in all this is the heightened ride comfort that is a sheer outcome of its road handling capability, especially the undulated ones. So, irrespective of the trim you choose all the CLS models will invariably ride smoothly, and the Montreal Mercedes Benz dealership suggest you to equip it with the optional air suspension that increases its agility still further.