It was constantly yellow. So too was the first Audi A4 Avant and an especially marvelous custom request Mercedes-Benz E55 wagon. Also, presently we have another to add to that rundown: the 2020 Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake.
Mercedes-Benz calls the CLA Shooting Brake “a games vehicle with burden space,” which sounds like a slight misrepresentation. “A wagon variation of a bring forth based vehicle” is progressively precise however doesn’t generally move off the tongue. However, what the CLA 250 has is a decent measure of intensity from its 2.0-liter turbo-4 useful for 225 pull and 258 pound-feet of torque. It will be combined to a seven-speed double grip transmission and front wheel drive, however select markets will approach 4Matic all-wheel drive and (swallow) a manual transmission. A yellow manual wagon … it resembles a vehicle columnist’s fantasy.
Lamentably, a fantasy is all it will ever be for those in the United States, as the odds of the Shooting Brake touching base here are just marginally superior to that manual transmission.
For those somewhere else on the planet, the CLA Shooting Brake is about structure, with a wing-molded side window line decreasing flawlessly towards the back. The dull tinted sunroof is almost achieves the windshield outline, slicing the rooftop board down the middle behind it. While the smallish wagon doesn’t seem as though it offers much in the method for load space (there’s 505 liters as indicated by German estimation gauges, which doesn’t generally mean a cubic-foot number utilizing American principles), yet it should be more utilitarian than the CLA/roadster that we will get in the United States.
The inside structure is equivalent to the normal CLA’s just as the A-Class that so-awed amid our first drive. Unmistakably, however, this specific Shooting Brake brings the yellow outside shading inside to light up the dark cowhide inside. Hardware is extensively equivalent to the normal CLA.