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assuming the mercedes benz CLA 250 wil use the same engine as the 2013 C250, it should be a bit better than what the C250 is rated at being 22 City, 31 Highway.

My best guess would be 24 City & 33 highway since the mercedes CLA will weigh a bit less than a C-class benz
 

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assuming the mercedes benz CLA 250 wil use the same engine as the 2013 C250, it should be a bit better than what the C250 is rated at being 22 City, 31 Highway.
Bad assumption, it does not use the C Class engine.

The Transport Canada rating for the B 250 (same drivetrain as the CLA in a bigger car) is 7.9 L/100 km (30 US MPG) city, and 5.5 L/100 km (43 US MPG) highway.

I expect the CLA's Transport Canada rating to be a bit better, and the US EPA ratings to be about 15% lower due to their different calculation methodology.

For what it's worth, the B 250 I test drove a cuple of weeks ago averaged under 5.5 L/100 on a short highway run, according to the OBC.
 

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Official estimations from the Mercedes Benz De website

CLA 180

5.4l/100km COMBINED

CLA 180 Blue

5.0l/100km COMBINED

CLA 200

5.5l/100km COMBINED

CLA 250

6.1l/100km COMBINED
Converted those gas mileage numbers to MPG's from l/100 for the American's!.....


CLA 180

5.4l/100km COMBINED
or
43.56 MPG COMBINED

CLA 180 Blue

5.0l/100km COMBINED
or
47.04 MPG COMBINED

CLA 200

5.5l/100km COMBINED
or
42.77 MPG COMBINED

CLA 250

6.1l/100km COMBINED
or
38.56 MPG COMBINED
 

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The Transport Canada rating for the B 250 (same drivetrain as the CLA in a bigger car) is 7.9 L/100 km (30 US MPG) city, and 5.5 L/100 km (43 US MPG) highway.
Why are you guys reinventing the wheel? ;)
 
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