Just exploring the thought of the CLA eventually becoming the dealer's service loaner. The idea seems ludicrous right now but hold on to your pants and think about it. If history serves as a barometer, most dealers use their entry-level model as a service loaner. The Atlanta-area MB dealerships tend to provide C-Class autos to customers who bring their MB for service and need transportation. With the CLA becoming the new entry-point into the brand, it raises the image of the C-Class to a higher level -- especially with the remake of the 2014/2015 C-Class. Who is to say that after the shine wears off of the CLA in a model year or two, we don't start seeing them as service loaners? What do you think?