My German too,:crazy:, but if you select the text with left mouse (all text in blue) and on the blue text right click, you will be able to translate it with Bing. It is not a perfect translation but helps.My German is a little rusty, so I was limited to going through the 31 photos, which were quite interesting. It seems like the biggest useability difference between the CLA and C Class is room in the back seat, especially head room. Since I use a back seat for stuff rather than people about 90% of the time, that is not a big deal. Thanks for posting the link.
It´s ok for me too, only a little daugtherA ~1.5" rear-headroom difference between the C-Class sedan & the CLA! The CLA being surveyed had the optional Panorama Moonroof, not sure if that affects headroom (in other makes/models, generally cabin volume is reduced slightly due to a moonroof).
It's ok, all/most of my friends are under 6'... ha!
Only rear-seat occupants I'll have on a regular basis will be my sis's kiddoz (all 'tween/'teen ages) when they visit during the summer!
Just open it up in Google Chrome. It'll translate it automatically.My German too,:crazy:, but if you select the text with left mouse (all text in blue) and on the blue text right click, you will be able to translate it with Bing. It is not a perfect translation but helps.
that my camo(uflage)?Spyshots: W205 Mercedes C-Class Loses More Camo
Spyshots: W205 Mercedes C-Class Loses More Camo - autoevolution
What does Camo means? I can not find the translation.
Hmmm... ~37mm difference is about ~1.46", which IMVHO isn't that bad considering this is a compact 4-door coupe w/ fastback styling. The rear thigh/leg room is actually better in the CLA than the C-Class, so go figure!Thanks for posting this! Dang! That rear seat headroom is the one really hindering me from making me sure that this will be the car to purchase! :-(