includes a full line of two-door, four-seat coupes and convertibles offering sporty performance, elegant design, and interior luxury. With its stylish exterior and elegant interior, the CLK is a treat just to look at or sit in, and carries Mercedes cachet to the front door of any destination.On the open road, the CLK is even more satisfying, with responsive performance and excellent high-speed stability. The ride is firm but comfortable. And the CLK tackles back roads with confident, level cornering, making it a joy for spirited driving. Drivers seeking more performance can opt for the powerful V8 in the CLK500, while the truly deranged enthusiast might spring for the CLK55 AMG. The CLK500 was upgraded for 2005 with a seven-speed automatic, while the CLK55 is hooked to an AMG-modified five-speed automatic with AMG SpeedShift control. Most buyers, however, will be very happy with the CLK350, which features a new 268-horsepower V6 and a new seven-speed automatic transmission for 2006. The CLK is easy to live with. Its relatively small size makes it easy to park and maneuver in crowded areas, a description that fits nearly everywhere nowadays. At the same time, with back seats are roomy enough for two adults. This is no cramped sports car limited to two occupants. A new grille and redesigned taillights freshen the looks of all of the 2006 CLK models. The 2006 CLK350s also get a redesigned front apron and new wheels.
CARS_2006 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class
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13 October 2006
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