...Rear seat accommodations are tight in both hard- and soft-top versions, and some switchgear feels sub par considering the hood badge. Safety, as well as beauty, is addressed in the CLK. Antilock brakes with Brake Assist and full-range Automatic Slip Control (ASR) traction control come standard. Other standard features include front and side airbags and BabySmart child-detection protection for the front passenger seat. Electronic Stability Programming (ESP), which reduces understeer and oversteer by applying braking force to the wheel that needs it, is standard, as well. TeleAid service comes...
...The front seats have a 10-way power adjustment with driver?s seat memory. A split, folding rear seat is installed in the back. Standard equipment includes automatic dual-zone air conditioning, a telescoping leather-wrapped steering wheel, cruise control, power locks and windows, heated power mirrors with memory, a Bose cassette/weather-band stereo with CD changer, tachometer, digital clock, intermittent wipers, a universal garage-door opener and a theft-deterrent system. All CLK models have a Tele Aid emergency assistance system with new features that include remote door unlocking, alarm...
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