2015Mercedes-BenzCLS-Class

Mercedes CLS-Class

Are You Team First-Gen Or Team Second-Gen? Mercedes-Benz has a long history of setting trends, which includes being the first company to develop technologies we take for granted today, like traction control systems, airbags and anti-lock brakes. It also kicked off the trend of propelling...

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2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
MSRP: $65,990 - $106,550
2014 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
MSRP: $72,100 - $106,500
2013 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class
MSRP: $72,000 - $95,900
2015 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG S 4Matic stands out in the LA crowd

Way back in June, Mercedes-Benz issued a light refresh of its svelte CLS-Class, adding one very notable new feature – MultiBeam LED headlamps. This new technology allows a camera to constantly adjust the output of the lamps, essentially letting driver to enjoy the power of full-beam headlights without blinding oncoming traffic. We aren't getting it here in the US, because reasons, but that hasn't stopped Mercedes-Benz from releasing an update to the CLS sans the cool headlights.
US market Mercedes-Benz CLS won't offer MultiBeam LEDs

With the unveiling of the refreshed Mercedes-Benz CLS, we're awash in information on the sleek new four-door. While there's plenty of exciting stuff to talk about, including the availability of a six-cylinder CLS on US shores for the first time, here, we're going to focus on headlights. Those bright, MultiBeam LED headlights are a big leap forward from anything that Mercedes has offered before, and we figured they deserved a closer look.
Mercedes reveals subtly updated new CLS-Class [UPDATE]

UPDATE: Autoblog has received confirmation on US availability of the new CLS-Class. The text below has been revised accordingly.
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