There's been some shuffling of features, a few new engines, and the replacement of one model with another, but no truly radical changes for the Mercedes-Benz lineup for the 2015 model year.


Probably the biggest news is that the CL-Class has been eliminated, replaced with a new model, the S-Class Coupe. This is the last year for the highly specialized SLS-Class coupe/convertible, and only 350 units of that model will be produced.


Mercedes vehicles can be found with rear-wheel drive (RWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD); the CLA-Class offers front-wheel drive (FWD) as an alternative. The line encompasses a broad spectrum, from 2-seat roadsters to full-size 7-seat SUVs. Trim levels range from relatively conservative to ultra-sporty, but always luxuriant.

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