2009 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class Review Rankings
2009 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class CL63 AMG Review
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Seductive Styling And Powerful Performance
I love the car but would not own it outside of manufacturer warranty. other than that the vehicle is a must drive. the quality of the vehicle is superb. love the styling and handling. Very comfortable... Read More
Mb Cl65 Amg
This car has great performance, bulit in best quality, and has a insane appearance Performance- excellent acceleration, top speed cornering has this G force feeling This car is built for fun, not fo... Read More
Thre Real Deal!
A high performance car that can be enjoyed daily. The 12 cylinder engine is quiet and smooth. The transmission shifts effortlessly and the ride in comfort mode is the same as an SL But if you switch ... Read More
Awesome, Beast, Powerful, Pretty
The best car I have ever owned and I have owned many, corvettes, Jags, porsches, navigators, and lots of other mercedes models, powerful, eye-catching , head turning, glow in the dark black with brigh... Read More
Understated And Fast
Performance: 500 horsepower / 600 lbs. ft. torque Cost of Ownership: HIGH Build Quality: all leather, wood, and alcantara interior Appearance: understated yet elegant like a jungle cat ready to leap f... Read More
It's a little too heavy, and you can feel it even though the supercharged V12 is doing a great job. Probably the best car I driven so far. It's a beauty with so many functions and buttons you can sit ... Read More
Fastest Luxury Coupe Out There
Pictures are worth a thousand words. My CL65 grabs people's attention where ever I go, tons of compliments. Other performance car drivers know better than to tempt fate in a race, that "V12 BiTurbo" ... Read More
Tons Of Fun To Drive. Not Too Many Cars Can Beat It.
The CL55AMG is extremely well built, stylish, powerful, sporty, and handles very well. However, it burns tires like it does gas. There is so much torque (516 ft. lbs.), that mere acceleration eats t... Read More