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CLS

abbreviation for COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICE.
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CLS made the decision to sell the properties due to their low net initial yield and "limited" scope for adding further value by the firm.
The CLS is undoubtedly one of those cars that could be considered a modern classic.
Understandably, too, because the original CLS was a pioneer of the four-door coupe concept and went on to prove a benchmark for automotive design.
e CLS 450 is powered by the latest Mercedes 3.0-litre straight six petrol engine hooked up to a 48-volt electrical system comprising a starter/generator and a lithium ion battery.
Externally, the CLS 450 is no different to the rest of the CLS line up and the only real tell-tale that it has EQ Boost is with the instrumentation where there is an EQ power gauge at the bottom of the rev counter and a slightly different readout on the trip computer.
Conclusion: A relatively high prevalence of CLs' usage was found.
Starting off the event was the introduction of CLS by Dr.
All CLS models are equipped with new in-line six-cylinder and in-line four-cylinder engines.
Mercedes has resurrected one of the "greats" to compensate for the retirement of another -- the twin-turbochraged 4.7-liter V-8 that was standard in the previous CLS.
CLS 450 4MATIC (270+16 kW/367+22 hp, 500+250 Nm; combined fuel consumption 5.6 l/100 km
Now, 13 years down the line, Mercedes has just launched the all-new third generation CLS and while it still offers the same dramatic styling and all-round practicality of its predecessors it also boasts a wealth of on-board technology in a luxurious cabin.
Byline: Mercedes-Benz CLS 400 d 4MATIC AMG LINE By Maxine Ashford