Lot 266 - 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLS 500
|Odometer reading||117,000 miles|
|Result||Sold - £7,504|
- Vinyl wrapped in matt Gunmetal Grey
- Full custom AMG interior
Marketed as a four-door coupé, the CLS was designed by Michael Fink in 2001 who also styled the first generation CLK, the C-SportCoupé, and Maybach 57 and 62. The W219 CLS is based on the E-Class platform and shares major components including the engines and transmissions. The car was released to sit above the E-Class but below the S-Class in the Mercedes-Benz range. IVM Automotive actually developed the entire vehicle from the CLS Vision concept on which the CLS is based on, to the production version which debuted at the 2004 New York International Auto Show.
Originally presented in Iridium Silver, it is now vinyl wrapped to a high standard in matt Gunmetal Grey. This example has been owned by the previous vendor since September 2015 and during his tenure new Bilstein Shocks, air suspension, new drilled discs and pads were fitted at 95,000 miles. This example is fitted with Maxton side skirts, front splitter and boot spoiler in matt black, with matching door mirrors coupled to tinted windows and 20'' matt black 'Ispiri' ISR8 alloy wheels with Yokohama tyres. AMG four tail pipe sports exhaust can also be found with black badges all round and custom black front grille to finish an aggressive AMG look. This car is presented with a full custom AMG interior with headlining and door cards in Alcantara, AMG front and rear seats, dash, gear surround, AMG sports pedals and foot rest. An abundance of bills supporting works undertaken and services on the car can be found within the history file. Accompanying this example is an MoT test certificate valid until October 2019.
Guide Price £4,000 - £8,000
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