The CLK320 Cabriolet is truly a fun car to drive and a head turner even in a crowd of Benz's, BMW's, Caddies, et al. There are a few weaknesses though in the clunky suspension and lack of steering feedback. As I tell my son, it's a luxury car not a sports car speedster. For class, style, and practicality I don't think there's anything on the market even close, although reviews that say it seats 4 adults "comfortably" must be based on the opinion of some small folks. You can get 4 in, but nobody is very comfortable. Engine is strong, even if not real quick off the line and the highway ride is dangerously smooth - 100mph creeps up on you easily. If you're looking at this car - BUY IT - you won't be sorry!
BODY STYLING, on board computer/information system, decent in- cabin storage spaces, rock solid feel on the road
Better front wind deflection (extendable visors), CD player in dash, seat warmers and back seat windscreen as standard equipment. Window switches in doors -not console. Full control of audio in steering wheel (have to switch from radio/CD/tape and CD to play on the head unit) ONE TOUCH TOP Up/Down
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