|Sale by dealer or Private party?||Private Party|
|Mileage (kms)||97k-kms (60k-miles)|
|Exterior Color||Brilliant Silver Metallic Paint|
|Interior Color||Java Stone|
|Seller reported accidents||No|
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Ended on: Aug 23 at 01:14pm MDT
Transport & Import/EXport
Location: Victoria, BC Canada
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This is a 2006 Mercedes-Benz CL600 finished in Brilliant Silver Metallic Paint over a Java leather interior. This coupe is powered by a 5.5-litre twin-turbo V12 mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. This CL600 was purchased by the seller three years ago, and is currently registered in British Columbia, Canada with a clean and (Normal) status and with approximately 97K-kms on the odometer. The seller mentions that he has added approximately 18k-kms during his ownership period. The Carfax is pictured in the gallery showing an accident and claim-free history. Service records and a spare set of wheels are included in the sale.
This CL600 coupe was manufactured in Germany by Daimler AG, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz. It belongs to the W215 CL-Class line; a second generation CL-class vehicles. Four oval Bi-Xenon headlights, fog lights, chrome grille inserts, and Mercedes-Benz badging grace the car’s front fascia. The V12-badged side mouldings are paint matched and paired with chrome accents. The CL600 profile is further accented by the absence of a B pillar, and its illuminated, heated, and electronically adjustable side mirrors. Front row passengers are treated to an express open sliding and tilting sunroof. The car is 197 inches long, 73 inches wide, and 55 inches high, with a 113 inch wheelbase and a curb weight of 4,500 lbs.
This CL600 rides on 18” Mercedes-Benz badged polished aluminium alloy wheels with Pirelli Pzero tires. Stopping power is provided by vented discs with ABS, power assist, and ESP technology at both the front and rear. The seller notes a second set of wheels and are included with winter tires installed.
The interior cabin of this 2006 CL600 has seating for four upholstered in Java beige leather, with Stone grey leather on the steering wheel, dash, and upper doors. Burled walnut wood accents are found on the steering wheel, console, shifter, and doors. The bucket front seats are 14-way adjustable, heated, ventilated, and massage capable - the latter two being optional upgrades. Dual zone climate control is available for front passengers. Rear passengers have 37 inches of headroom, 31 inches of legroom, and 55 inches of shoulder room. The rear seats are divided by a folding storage centre armrest. Further convenience features include an active charcoal air filter, an electrochromatic rear view mirror, courtesy lights, and cruise control. The CL600 sound system relies on eight premium Bose speakers and one subwoofer. A four-spoke tilting and telescopic Mercedes-Benz genuine leather and wood steering wheel fronts illuminated analog instrumentation with a 260kph speedometer at the centre and a 6K-rpm tachometer to the right, along with a trip computer, external temperature display, clock, and low fuel warning. Safety features include dual front and rear airbags, stability control, traction control, emergency braking assist, dusk sensing and auto delay headlamps, and a remote anti-theft alarm system.
The Mercedes-Benz’ CL600 is powered by a 5.5-litre twin-turbo V12 mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission driving the rear wheels. This SOHC 36-valve M275 powerhouse features a low-temperature circuit with two water intercoolers, three-valve technology and AC twin-spark ignition with constant ionic current measurement for optimal ignition. It is rated at 493 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 590 lb-ft of torque at 1,800 rpm. Front and rear suspension are multi-link with ABC adaptive damping. The car’s claimed top speed and zero-to-60 are 155 mph and 4.7 seconds, respectively. The seller notes that recent servicing includes an electronic ignition switch, fuel pump with relay and the brakes were replaced two years ago at all four corners.