One look and it's clear that the new Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ stands for top performance and a highly emotional driving experience!

Fuel consumption combined: 8.3-8.1 l/100km | CO2 emissions combined: 189-186 g/km.

The New Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ Stands For Top Performance
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Outstanding performance, the ultimate driving dynamics, expressive design – the new Mercedes-AMG compacts A 45 4MATIC+/A 45 S 4MATIC+ sports cars and CLA 45 4MATIC+/CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ reassert their leading positions in their segments.

They seamlessly continue the success story of their predecessors, while setting numerous new standards. Available in two output and torque variants, the completely newly developed 2.0-litre engine is the world’s most powerful turbocharged four-cylinder engine manufactured for series production.
The New Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ Stands For Top Performance

Even the basic model with 285 kW (387 PS) is more powerful than its predecessor. The S-variant with 310 kW (421 PS) jostles with considerably higher vehicle classes. Perfect sequences in all driving situations and fast gearshifts measured in milliseconds are guaranteed by the new AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 8G dual-clutch transmission with eight gears.

The active, fully-variable AMG Performance 4MATIC+ all-wheel drive distributes the power to the rear axle wheel-selectively by AMG TORQUE CONTROL – for top traction and the spectacular Drift mode. This is made possible by a new rear axle differential featuring two multidisc clutches – one for each rear wheel.
The New Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 S 4MATIC+ Stands For Top Performance

Mercedes-AMG A 45 S 4MATIC+:
Kraftstoffverbrauch kombiniert: 8,4–8,3 l/100 km;
CO₂-Emissionen kombiniert: 192–189 g/km.¹

Mercedes-AMG CLA 45 S 4MATIC+:
Kraftstoffverbrauch kombiniert: 8,3–8,1 l/100 km;
CO₂-Emissionen kombiniert: 189–185 g/km.¹

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