/Official: 2017 Mercedes CLS Final Edition

Official: 2017 Mercedes CLS Final Edition

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The production of the current generation of the Mercedes CLS-Class Coupe and Shooting Brake is, apparently, coming to an end. Now, celebrating this occasion, and using it to make some extra money, the German automaker announced the launch of the Mercedes CLS Final Edition featuring standard AMG Line and enhanced specifications.

In both four-door coupe and shooting brake guises, the Mercedes CLS Final Edition costs an extra 8,211 euros over the regular version and it can be ordered in all the available colors, with all the available engines, and in each one of the six available trim grades. So let’s see what you get for your 8 grand with this “special” model.

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On the outside, the main highlights of Mercedes CLS Final Edition is the standard AMG Line package, including a diamond radiator grille in chrome, AMG front apron with striking, sporty air intakes, diamond lattice and chrome trim elements, AMG side sill panels and also AMG rear apron with simulated air outlets and chrome trim strip, as well as twin tailpipes and 19-inch AMG multi-spoke wheels in a black, high-sheen finish.

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In terms of equipment, The Final CLS boasts heated multi-contour seats, finished in black leather accentuated with contrast topstitching, a sports steering wheel with flattened bottom section in leather with DINAMICA microfibre in the grip area and shift paddles in silver chrome, brushed stainless steel sports pedals with rubber studs, sliding sunroof, dark tinted glass, and “Final Edition” lettering on the wing as well as the floor mats.

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