2019 Mercedes-AMG CLS53 Review: Here’s How You Make a Jack-Of-All-Trades

It’s not unreasonable to say that Mercedes-Benz invented the concept of a “four-door coupe” when it first introduced the CLS-Class back in 2004. That E-Class-based car was notable for its reasonable rear legroom, a plunging roofline…and a decidedly un-coupe-like four doors, which led to a design trend that’s been annoying pedantic car writers ever since.

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