After just a year, it looks like the CLS has to go. Magnificent car, but we have just moved house, don't need 2 cars any more and my wife finds it too big for her. Details from VIN check thingy: - OBSIDIAN BLACK - PARKTRONIC SYSTEM (PTS) - FRONT SEAT LH ELECTRIC ADJUSTABLE WITH MEMORY - INSIDE AND OUTSIDE MIRROR AUTOMATIC DIMMING - MEMORY PACKAGE (DRIVER SEAT, STRG. COL., MIRROR) - SELECTOR LEVER, WOOD - LEATHER STEERING WHEEL WITH TRIM INSERT - MOBILE PRE.-INSTALLATION (MTUS) - FRONT SEAT CLIMATE CONTROL - ELECTRIC TILT/SLIDE SUNROOF IN GLASS VERSION - LEFT DRIVING DYNAMICS SEAT - RIGHT DRIVING DYNAMICS SEAT - AIRMATIC DUAL CONTROL / AIR SUSPENSION SEMI-ACTIVE - COMAND APS WITH DVD CHANGER - UNIVERSAL COMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE (UCI) - DAB TUNER - ROLLER BLIND, ELECTRIC, FOR REAR WINDOW - BI-XENON HEADLICHT W.ACTVIE CURVELIGHT LEFT-DRIVE - CORNERING ILLUMINATION - TRIM PIECES - WOOD BIRDS EYE MAPLE - AMG 19" SPOKED WHEELS WITH MIXED TIRES - SOUND SYSTEM - LEATHER/NAPPA/SEMI-ANILINE - BLACK/ANTHRACITE - TV-TUNER DIGITAL TO ANALOG - REAR SEAT BENCH HEATING LEFT UND RIGHT - REMOTE TRUNK LOCKING - KEYLESS - GO Cost of options new - £17,270 Car base price new - £45,490 Total new - £62,760 It now has 18" AMG wheels on it (from a CLS55) which are much more comfortable riding and don't crack every time you go over a catseye. I have it on a service plan, so last service was MB, as were early ones. Middle owner used a local garage. 60,050 miles on the clock. £9,000.