Performance gets the nod from Mercedes-Benz, which has launched a CLK55 AMG coupe for 2001 to join the existing CLK models. Created by AMG, the companys performance division, the limited-edition CLK55 AMG supercoupe contains a hand-assembled 342-horsepower, 5.5-liter V-8 engine, as well as... Read Full Report
I used to chuckle at Mercedes-Benz drivers. To me, the sight of the cars either meant a rolling midlife crisis or something comparable to a weekend duffer bringing a $6,000 set of clubs to the public golf course. I mean, do you reallllllly need all that? Now, after having driven a string of Mercedes-Benz automobiles, I've become one of those motorists I used to laugh at. It must be ... Read full review for the 2001 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class
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Owned this car for 5yrs and it still looks good and drives great, no oil leaks and no major problem. In 5 yrs to date: one battery,one brake job, two sets of tires and oil changes. Hard to beat this c... Read Full Review
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