2009 mercedes cl 550




2009 mercedes cl 550

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    For , Mercedes equips the CL with its 4Matic all-wheel drive system. The CL, however, operates on a rear-wheel drivetrain.

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    The Bottom Line The Mercedes-Benz CL impresses with plenty of gee-whiz features while offering a more than comfortable ride, but some of its core cabin tech is subpar. In our ratings for this car, we consider the design outstanding. Fort Lauderdale, FL Very knowledgeable and honest.

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    Mercedes-Benz CL 4MATIC - First Drive - Motor Trend

    The Good An impressive body design and cool features such as night vision and massage seats make the Mercedes-Benz CL an impressive tech car. Blind-spot detection is a great new feature, as is the all-wheel-drive system. The Bad The add-on iPod kit is poor, at best, while the list of compatible Bluetooth phones is short. Although it shows traffic on the navigation system, there is no dynamic detour feature.

    The Bottom Line The Mercedes-Benz CL impresses with plenty of gee-whiz features while offering a more than comfortable ride, but some of its core cabin tech is subpar.

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    Mercedes-Benz pushed the automotive technology envelope substantially this decade with the S-class sedan, but following close on that model's heels has been the beautifully sculpted Mercedes-Benz CL coupe. Both the S-class and CL-class get tech features such as night vision, massage seats, and adaptive cruise control, and both come in at well over grand, loaded. And Mercedes-Benz hasn't been sitting on its laurels, as the CL gets tech updates to keep it competitive.

    But what the car really needs is an overhaul of its in-dash electronics, giving it a similar package as that found in the lower tier C-class. While the CL features new gadgets such as blind-spot detection, its iPod interface is terrible and Bluetooth integration is very limited. On the road As a luxury vehicle, the Mercedes-Benz CL had a lot of comforts in store for us as we drove east on the freeway from San Francisco. We took advantage of the massage seats right away, using the big metal console knob to dial in a slow and vigorous pummeling.

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    Before setting out, we had tried to pair an iPhone with the car's Bluetooth system, but it wasn't compatible, so we merely hooked it up to the iPod connector in the glove compartment.

    To our dismay, the car's LCD remained blank--we could only see what was playing on the instrument cluster display, and control of the music was limited to skipping forward or back. You can't normally use the night vision feature during daytime, but it was dark enough on the lower deck of the bridge. Being on the lower deck of the Bay Bridge as we started out, we hit the night view button, and got to see a video image of the view forward in place of the speedometer.

    We've seen this tech trick before on Mercedes-Benz vehicles, but it remains a cool one. To keep our interest up, the CL brings in blind-spot detection as a new feature, with a red triangular hazard icon lighting up in the sideview mirror whenever another car was riding next to us off our rear quarter.

    2009 mercedes cl 550

    Contributing to our ride, the CL cruises smoothly; with the adjustable suspension set on Comfort, the car glided over bumps and holes. Seven speeds on the transmission and a 5. We could ride like this forever, or until the gas ran out. After running east for a few hours, we turned around and gave up this soft freeway driving for a winding two lane track through the Oakland hills.

    Suburbia was in the rearview mirror when we put the suspension into Sport mode. We didn't notice a big difference in ride quality, so threw it hard into the first corner to see what would happen.



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