|2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA||Cadillac ATS|
|208HP/258LB-FT Torque||Horsepower/Torque||202HP/191LB-FT Torque|
|13.1 cu.ft.||Cargo Volume||10.4 cu.ft.|
|26 city / 38 highway||Fuel Efficiency||22 city / 33 highway|
2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA vs Cadillac ATS
Eager and ready, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA stands poised to take on yet another competitor in the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA vs Cadillac ATS comparison. The new CLA is fitted with an ultra-slick four door design that proves to be just as much as a passenger hauler as it is for cargo. Contributing almost over 3 more cubic feet than its Cadillac competitor, the 2014 Mercedes Benz CLA is equipped to be a functional everyday driver during the week, and a head turning rock star on the weekends. Fuel efficiency numbers haven’t been released yet for the CLA super star, but with its eye grabbing aerodynamic body, and its revolutionary ECO Start/Stop feature, rest assured it will boast competitive, if not better fuel economy numbers than the others in its class. Delivering both impeccable driving performance and efficiency, the Mercedes-Benz CLA utilizes a state of the art duel clutch seven speed transmission. Guaranteed to launch you off the starting line with neck snapping power, the duel clutch design lets drivers enjoy the comfort of an automatic transmission, or the fun and racing excitement of a manual.
Putting up series performance numbers isn’t the only thing the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA does well.
When it comes to the styling of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA vs Cadillac ATS, the CLA packs a potent punch. The athletic lines of the CLA’s interior align perfectly with the high performance suspension and engine components. Unique cues like a flowing dash, and brilliant accent finishes, and high back race inspired seats let the driver and its passengers know they're in a world class vehicle. The 2014 Mercedes-Benz bold grilled design and embedded emblem make a serious statement upfront, perfect for by standers who want to admire the Mercedes-Benz CLA when it’s parked. As for other drivers, unfortunately, they will only get a brief glimpse of rear end styling cues like the sloped trunk design and duel exhaust tips molded into the bumper for as long as they can keep up with the 258 lb-ft of torque.