Lot 400 - 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLS350 CDI AMG
|Odometer reading||46,202 miles|
|Result||Sold - £13,440|
Marketed as a four-door coupé, the CLS was designed by Michael Fink in 2001 who also styled the first generation CLK, the C-Sport Coupé, and Maybach 57 and 62. The C218 CLS is the second generation model, and was sold from 2011 to 2018. The body styles of the range are a 4-door coupé and a 5-door estate X218 model code, marketed as Shooting Brake. The design of the CLS was based on the Mercedes F800 concept and featured design cues from other models including the Mercedes SLS AMG. Unlike its predecessor, the C218 CLS is available with all-wheel drive and can be optionally configured on CLS63 AMG models as well. In 2014, the CLS underwent a facelift and featured design changes, engine enhancements, and the adoption of the Mercedes 9G-Tronic automatic transmission.
Purchased by our vendor on 3rd March 2014, this one owner vehicle is presented in silver coachwork with cream leather interior. Offered as part of a deceased estate, the car was used as his daily driver and eventually became the car for his driver. An automatic, diesel example, this Mercedes cost when new £53,395 plus £2,285 of optional extras including electric glass sunroof, wood and leather trimmed steering wheel, reversing camera and integrated six-disc DVD changer with COMAND Online, bringing the purchase price to £55,680. There is a dent to the rear passenger side and a few other age-related marks but otherwise presents well. On inspection, the interior was found to be in good condition with no adverse wear and no warning lights on the dashboard but we believe would benefit from a service. Offered with UK V5C registration document.
Guide Price £8,500 - £12,000
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