The German automaker Mercedes-Benz has released the pricing details for the CLS Shooting Brake sold in the United Kingdom. The cheapest version money can buy will cost 49,360 pounds for the entry-level model. The vehicle made its public debut in the UK back in July during the Goodwood Festival of Speed and it will be available for order starting with next month, while deliveries are expected to commence this November. Customers will have to choose from three engines for the new CLS Shooting Brake. The base model is the CLS 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY that provides 201 hp and is capable of returning 53.3 mpg UK in the combined cycle, with CO2 emissions standing at 139 g/km.
There’s also the Mercedes-Benz CLS 350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY with a more powerful 6-cyinder 3.0-liter engine that pumps out 261 hp and has a peak torque of 620 Nm. This version manages to return 47.1 mpg UK and has CO2 emissions of 161 g/km. The only gasoline engine available for the car is the V8 5.5-liter in the CLS 63 AMG that unleashes no less than 549 hp and 720 Nm of torque. Those who are interested in this model should prepare to pay at least 83,030 pounds.
Regardless of the version chosen, all models come as standard with xenon headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, front & rear parking sensors and also park assist. Those willing to pay more can get the AMG Sport package which costs an additional 2,995 pounds and brings the AMG bodykit, brakes and sport suspension, as well as larger 19-inch alloys and adaptive LED headlights. Other goodies include aluminum roof-rails, cherry-wood decking for the boot floor, as well as a privacy glass, all for an extra 4,030 pounds.