Mercedes has strange habits with the coupe model derrived from the C-classe.Especially for the CLK 200 Kompresor.Some time ago, the same engine used to have an output of 193 Hp before it was degraded to 163 bp.
The AMG Mercedes CLK-DTM was never sold in the USA, but Mario Spitzner, AMG-Mercedes director of marketing & sales/branding, said: "I get a lot of pressure from our best customers to bring it to the U.S."
The CLK-DTM is a limited production to 100 coupes that were supplemented by another 80 cabriolets, but if it will come to USA the company will probably build even more car: "We would maybe do a bigger series for the U.S.," Spitzner said. "Push us, and it (...) > Full story
Mercedes-Benz is reinforcing on its position as the world’s leading supplier of convertibles and roadsters in the premium and luxury segment. Since the market launch of the CLK convertible in 1998, 200,000 models of the four-seater vehicle have been delivered to customers throughout the world. Following its model update in the summer of 2005, the current CLK convertible continues to emulate the success of its preceding variants. About two-thirds of the CLK convertible drivers opt for (...) > Full story
High tech derived from motorsport, racetrack handling dynamics, eye-catching design and utmost exclusivity - the new Mercedes-Benz CLK DTM AMG Cabriolet is not only the choice of prominent sportsmen, but also makes the hearts of other automobile enthusiasts beat faster.
Mercedes AMG is to offer the new AMG sports package for the latest CLK Class Coupe and Cabriolet models. Aimed at CLK customers with a penchant for sporty design, the AMG sports package comprises visual and technical features such as characteristic AMG bodystyling which includes an AMG spoiler lip, a chrome-plated AMG twin tailpipe, 18 inch AMG light-alloy wheels with mixed-size tyres, perforated brake discs and sports suspension. Interior enhancements range from front multicontour seats and steering-wheel gearshift buttons (if an automatic transmission is specified) to aluminium-look sports pedals and AMG floor mats.
The Mercedes-Benz W209 cars have been produced since 2002. They are sold under the CLK-Class model names. The W209 is based on the W203 C-Class. It replaced the C208 CLK-Class after 2004 which were the first car to carry the CLK moniker.