Lot 247 - 2004 Mercedes-Benz CLK 270 CDi
|Odometer reading||144,000 miles|
The Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class is a mid-size, rear-wheel drive luxury coupé and, while it was based on the W202 and W203 platforms of the C-Class, some styling cues were closer to that of the E-Class. The CLK 320 Coupé was introduced in the 1997 model year, powered by a 3.2 litre, V6 engine with the convertible available from 2000. In late 1999 for the 2000 model year, a facelift was launched which incorporated, amongst others, a revised instrument cluster with a bigger multifunction display, steering wheel with controls for the multifunction display and radio, tiptronic automatic gearbox, revised bumpers and new side skirts and side-view mirror-mounted indicators. It holds four good-sized seats, a decent boot and the rear seats even fold to enhance day to day practicality.
Originally registered on 20th April 2004, this Mercedes-Benz is in the delightful colour combination of light metallic blue with cream leather interior. We are advised by the vendor that she drives well and is both reliable and economical. Benefitting from front and rear parking sensors, an electric sunroof and air conditioning although we are told this is not working. Also present is the toolkit and first aid kit, this unmolested example is in very good condition throughout. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a new MoT test certificate, together with a collection of invoices, these stylish coupés are well known for being robust, the 2.7 litre diesel engine is a superb power unit that has plenty of torque, these cars are capable of covering in excess of 200,000 miles with ease.
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