April 22, 2005
Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class offers new engines and updates
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Stuttgart, Germany – This June, the CLK-Class coupe and convertible will receive new model updates and new engines. Four new model variants, redesigned front ends, and technical innovations will be introduced in Europe.
The new models include the six-cylinder CLK 320 CDI, CLK 280 and CLK 350, available as both coupe and convertible. New standard features will include NECK-PRO, an all-new, crash-active headrest system.
Beginning in early summer 2005, the new CLK 350 with seven-speed automatic transmission will succeed the CLK 320, with 25 per cent more power and 13 per cent more torque. The CLK 280 will succeed the CLK 240, with 36 per cent more power. Also available will be the CLK 320 CDI and the CLK 320 CDI convertible.