The Devil Offers a Deal for One Man's Soul in Mercedes-Benz Game Day Ad -

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Would you trade in your soul for a life of fame, success, and a worldwide fan base?

Luckily for you (and your soul) the all-new Mercedes-Benz CLA starts at under $30k; meaning no deal with the devil is needed for the lifestyle of your dreams. Watch the extended, star-studded Game Day spot above.

The all-new 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA features a four-door design with a studded sport grille and a turbocharged, 208-hp inline-4 engine.

Check out Mercedes-Benz on Facebook to learn more about the CLA: https://www.facebook.com/mercedesbenzusa?v=app_457670514281673

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