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2013 / 2014 Mercedes Benz CLA 250 Specifications / Specs / Technical Data


Basic data

MSRP starting from [1]

Engine and performance

Cylinder arrangement/number
I4
Total displacement (cc)
1991
Net power (hp @ rpm)
[email protected],500
Net torque (lb-ft @ rpm)
[email protected],200-4,000
Compression ratio
9.8:1
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)
6.7
Approximate top speed (km/h) [2]
210
Fuel and emissions

Fuel tank capacity/with reserve (L)
50/6
Fuel economy, city (L/100km) [3]
TBD
Fuel economy, highway (L/100km) [3]
TBD
Drag coefficient
0.28
Power transmission

Drive configuration
Front-wheel drive
Transmission types
7G-DCT automatic transmission
Manual transmission gear ratios
-
Automatic transmission gear ratios
-
Final drive ratio
4.13
Dimensions & weights

Wheelbase (in/mm)
2,699/106.5
Overall length (in/mm)
4,630/182.3
Overall height (in/mm)
1,436/56.5
Overall width (in/mm), including mirrors
2,032/80
Turning circle (m)
11.00
Trunk capacity (Max/Min) (L)
470/-
Curb weight/payload (kg)
1,480/485
Maximum gross vehicle weight (kg)
1,965
Maximum roof load (kg)
100
Towing capacity (kg)
-
Wheels

Front tires/wheels
225/45 R17
Rear tires/wheels
225/45 R17
 

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Love all the Mercedes CLA specs but I think it being FWD is killing it, although mercedes does have another small sedan that is RWD, the C-Class.
 

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Haldex system: 100% front, up to 50% goes to rear when front slips.
 

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im more curious than anything. the more oil it holds the cooler and fresher it remains. if you look at some of the v6s they hold almost or about 10qts.
 

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im more curious than anything. the more oil it holds the cooler and fresher it remains. if you look at some of the v6s they hold almost or about 10qts.
Hmmm.... Too much oil can have a huge negative impact on fuel economy. Certainly you want to make sure you have enough oil in the crank case to lubricate all the necessary components but having more oil than you need also produces drag on moving parts, especially the crank shaft. Ever try to run in water? I had a 3.0L V6 that was good for over 300,000 miles that only needed 5 quarts. My wife's 3.5L V6 needs 6 quarts. 10 quarts for a V6? I don't know.
 

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no no no. i do not mean over filling. check it out many benz have had about 10 qts (usa) as requirement. thats why some had a 10,000 plus oil change recommendation. so.... im still wondering , just for curiosity , what the capacity is on the 4 cylinder cl250 is. im guessing about 6 qts but im just guessing.:)
 
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