2009 Mercedes CLS63 AMG

While the look of the CLS has remained just about the same (why mess with perfection!) the value has gone up substantially. Navigation has become standard equipment – and not the old navigation but the new system that debuted in the C-Class and that will be in the E, ML, GL and R-Classes this year. The old P2 Package is gone and all of the desireable equipment – Xenons and Keyless GO – have been added into P1 Package. The P1 Package went up in price, from $2860 in 2008 to $3950 for 2009 which is less than 2008 P2 at $4770.

New in the 2009 CLS

– New wheel designs
– Revised two-lamella front grille
– Redesigned front bumper w/ atlas grey air intakes (550)
– New exterior mirrors w/ LED indicators
– Redesigned rear bumper w/trapezoidal tailpipes
– Redesigned LED taillamps

– New 3 spoke-steering wheel
– New instrument cluster surround in silver finish
– All-new COMAND system
o Bluetooth interface w/ hands-free calling (previously needed the $500 adaptor)
o In-dash SD memory card reader
o In-dash 6 disc CD/DVD changer w/ video playback capability
o Enhanced harman/kardon LOGIC7 5.1 surround-sound system
o 40 GB HD navigation w/ birds-eye view
o Enhanced voice control for audio, telephone & navigation (Previously a $510 option)
o 4GB Music Register (approx. 1000 songs)
o Gracenote Media Database
o ZAGAT Survey Restaurant Guide
o iPOD/MP3 Media interface (previously a $425 option)
May 19, 2008 at 12:29 pm by Jesse Cannon-Wallace
Category: CLS-Class