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CLA250 4MATIC and Star Service Prepaid Maintenance Plan now available in North Haven

Mercedes-Benz of North Haven is providing consumers with closer look at all that the luxury sedan and maintenance plan provide

NORTH HAVEN, Conn., March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Out of all the new vehicles in the Mercedes-Benz lineup, perhaps none have been quite as anticipated as 2014 CLA250, which comes equipped with the cutting-edge Mercedes-Benz 4MATIC all-wheel drive system. The CLA250 4MATIC just recently arrived at dealerships such as Mercedes-Benz of North Haven, and to assist consumers in researching all that the CLA250 4MATIC is capable of, Mercedes-Benz of North Haven has highlighted the key aspects of the luxury sedan on their brand-new website.


The Mercedes-Benz 4MATIC all-wheel drive system helps to strategically distribute the 208 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque which stems from the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The system constantly detects which of the four wheels has the most traction and sends power accordingly. It allows the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4MATIC to achieve maximum performance and traction, and helps to keep the vehicle under control on slippery roads and during unfavorable conditions.

In addition to the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4MATIC, Mercedes-Benz of North Haven is providing consumers with extensive information about the Mercedes-Benz Star Service prepaid maintenance plan, which allows Mercedes-Benz owners to save a significant deal of money on routine and required maintenance.

The Mercedes Benz Star Service prepaid maintenance plan tacks easily-manageable fees onto monthly payments to keep consumers from having to pay larger sums for maintenance fees during the life of their Mercedes-Benz. The prepaid plan saves consumers roughly 30 percent when compared to the cost of purchasing maintenance only when necessary. As Mercedes-Benz recently implemented required annual maintenance, the Star Service prepaid plan is extremely practical. By completing the required maintenance, Mercedes-Benz owners can increase the residual and resale value of their vehicle.

Consumers interested in learning more about the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4MATIC or the Star Service prepaid maintenance plan are encouraged to visit the Mercedes-Benz of North Haven website where more information can be found. Questions about the all-wheel drive sedan or the maintenance plan can be directed to the dealership's expert sales staff, which can be reached by phone at 203-239-1313, or through the Mercedes-Benz of North Haven website at

Media Contact: Spencer Gottschall, Mercedes-Benz of North Haven, (203) 239-7272 ext. 247, [email protected]

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