A $30,000 car with the luxury and
features of a vehicle far more
expensive. The CL has enough power to
make extended highway driving as much
of a breeze as peeling away from
stoplights, but sacrifices not an ounce
of driver comfort for that performance.
From the heated leather seats to the
(admittedly gimmicky) shiftable
autotransmission, this car as all about
giving you that in-command feeling, at
a price you can actually afford.
Lots of power for a car at this price.
Very comfortable driver's seat. Crisp
suspension, responsive steering.
Remarkably roomy trunk. Navigation
system is a huge convenience.
Sportshift and sunroof are nice toys.
Rear passenger seats are pretty
cramped. It's hard to see the tail of
the car, which makes parallel parking
troublesome. Mileage isn't great,
though that's to be expected for this
kind of horsepower.
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