The Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake is great to look at, but rival estates are more practical and better to driveread the full model review
Mostly adds more aggressive styling tweaks over entry-level Sport trim, but you also get lowered sports suspension (not a good thing) and powerful LED headlights. We’d save the money, though.,
Available with either transmission, the C200d uses a 1.6-litre diesel engine that makes 134bhp. It’s the slowest of the C-Class Estates by some margin, but is more refined than the 2.1 found in the other diesel models. It fails to improve on the economy figures of the C220d, however.