Mercedes-Benz CLA with ST Suspensions

The new CLA-Class from Mercedes-Benz is the new youth orientated model in the Mercedes range reports the motoring press. The four-door CLA has found positive feedback, especially in the USA. Since the start of the year 25% of all Mercedes-Benz CLA have been sold in North America. ST suspensions, engineered by KW offers ST X and ST XTA coilovers for the CLA. With both coilovers the CLA can reach a lowering up to 60 mm. The ST XTA also offers the possibility to adjust the damper setup to a more sporty or comfortable feel and the user can also adjust the camber via the aluminium Unibal top mounts at the front axle.

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The new Mercedes-Benz CLA-class is one of the most popular models in the compact car segment and more and more people falling in love with the sedan. In comparison to the A-Class which shares the same chassis as the new CLA, the sedan rides more comfortably. With the ST suspensions coilovers drivers achieve a direct and sporty handling experience. The ST X and the ST XTA are crafted at KW in Germany and improve not only the handling characteristics but also allow a continuous lowering adjustment between 25 and 55 millimetres at the front and 30 to 60 millimetres on the rear axle. ST X coilovers come with a fixed damping rate while the ST XTA come with camber and damping adjustability to adjust the ride to your requirements.

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Cooperation with Ken Block and clear ST pricing system
Currently ST suspensions and Ken Block are preparing for a new project and the Hoonigan Racing Division Rally Driver has planned a lot with ST. „ST offers excellent accessories and we are working on some really interesting projects!”, explains Ken Block. The ST price system is simple, clear and transparent. The recommended retail price for ST Suspensions is categorised into vehicle categories. ST spring kits, ST suspensions or ST Coilovers in are priced the same in each particular vehicle category.

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