2010 Mercedes GLK 220 CDI And 250 CDI 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY…

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2010 Mercedes GLK 220 CDI and 250 CDI 4MATIC

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Mercedes has added two new models to the GLK the GLK 250 CDI 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY and the GLK 220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY.

The GLK 250 CDI is powered by a four-cylinder diesel that delivers 204 hp and 500 Nm of torque. It from 0 to 60 mph in just 7.9 seconds, and can hit a top of 132 mph.

The GLK 220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY is powered by a diesel engine that 170 hp and 400 NM of torque. It sprints from0 to 60 mph in 8,5 seconds, while top speed go up to 127

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While one car boasts outstanding performance and high fuel the other offers high efficiency and good handling. is the difference between the two? The handling dynamics set the tone in the drive GLK 250 CDI 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY: The four-cylinder diesel with 150 kW hp) and an impressive 500 Nm of torque guarantees top and flexibility. In fact, this has the most powerful four-cylinder engine in the SUV world. The rear-wheel GLK 220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY with the familiar 125 kW hp) diesel engine, on the other impresses with even fuel economy (consumption as low as 6.0 km) while at the

same time great performance.

The new models the leading position of the distinctive yet GLK. Whereas the GLK 250 CDI 4MATIC permanently engaged all-wheel 7G-TRONIC transmission and the segment’s powerful four-cylinder diesel augments the world of top-of-the-range SUVs, the GLK 220 CDI with rear-wheel and six-speed manual transmission maximum fuel economy. It only between 6.0 and 6.4 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres and combines low consumption values with performance. The rear-wheel drive accelerates from zero to 100 in 8.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 205 The GLK 250 CDI4MATIC completes the sprint to the 100 mark in 7.9 seconds and doesn’t accelerating until reaching 213 This sports car-like does not come at the typical of higher consumption. The diesel only 6.7 litres per 100 kilometres on

GLK 250 CDI 4MATIC: The fun yet frugal power SUV

The GLK 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY brings the world’s powerful four-cylinder diesel for an SUV to the Mercedes-Benz range. The new 2143 cc engine with direct injection produces 150 kW/204 hp and 500 Nm of in the GLK for outstanding performance. Just as as the sprint times and the top speed is the top-gear acceleration. Thanks to its torque, which is already at 1600 rpm, the GLK 250 CDI 4MATIC powerfully when overtaking, only 7.0 seconds for the sprint 80 to 120 km/h. In spite of its great this GLK model is very to drive, consuming only 6.7 of diesel fuel on average per 100 (combined NEDC consumption, value). This makes the GLK more fuel efficient comparable models in this class. The vehicle produces CO2 of 176 grams per kilometre.Furthermore, it not only the EU5 emissions standard but also has the to fulfil the EU6 limits as well as the BIN 5 in the USA.

Diesel engine with common-rail technology

One of the hallmarks of the new engine in the GLK 250 CDI 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY is the maximum rail pressure of bar. This increase in potential is a prerequisite for increasing output and torque while at the time significantly reducing emissions. Newly developed injectors take advantage of the that piezoceramics change crystal structure — and their thickness — in a of nanoseconds (one nanosecond = one of a second) when electrical is applied. The new injectors are equipped a stack of thin piezoceramic (called the “piezo stack”) to them to achieve a sufficient … from the very … per layer. The injector is actuated directly, so that the injection can be adjusted even precisely in line with the load and engine speed Another key factor behind the low low fuel consumption at full and peak output is the ignition of 200 bars, which puts the diesel at the head of the field it comes to diesel engines for vehicles.

A two-stage supercharging comprising a small high-pressure turbocharger and a large low-pressure turbocharger ensures that the charging pressure is always The two turbochargers are connected in series, and has a turbine and a compressor driven by turbine for the combustion air. The HP is located directly at the exhaust and initially allows exhaust gas to through it, causing it to rotate at up to revolutions per minute. The HP turbine features an integral bypass which can be opened or closed by of a wastegate triggered by a vacuum If the flap is closed, the entire stream flows through the HP so that the exhaust gas energy is available to drive the HP turbine. allows the optimal boost to be developed even at low engine As the engine speed increases, the opens, distributing the exhaust gas to the turbines with optimum Downstream of the HP turbine, the two exhaust gas reconverge, and the remaining exhaust gas drives the LP turbine at a maximum of up to 185,000 revolutions per minute. At engine speeds, the wastegate of the HP is opened so wide that the HP ceases to perform any appreciable This allows the full gas energy to be directed with low into the LP turbine, which does all of the turbine work.

The two compressors are likewise connected in and are in addition connected to a bypass The combustion air from the air filter flows through the low-pressure where it is compressed as a function of the LP driving power. The compressed air flows into the high-pressure which is coupled to the HP turbine, it undergoes further compression for a two-stage supercharging process.

The key of this intelligent, on-demand is the improved cylinder charging consequently, high torque at low engine speeds. What’s fuel consumption is reduced. normal operation, the advantages of concept can be seen in the harmonious characteristics with no turbo a good torque curve the entire engine speed spontaneous throttle response and improved performance. As a logical to the turbocharger system, Mercedes-Benz a larger intercooler that the temperature of the compressed and heated air by as as 140 degrees Celsius so that a volume of air can enter the combustion

The newly developed exhaust gas valve (EGR valve) like a rotary disc and precisely controls the quantity of air and recirculated exhaust air to effectively emissions of nitrogen oxides.

without detriment: The GLK 220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY rear-wheel drive and six-speed transmission

The powerful, yet economical diesel engine in the GLK 220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY is unit from this generation of engines. It produces 125 hp and, depending on the equipment consumes only between 6.0 and 6.4 of diesel fuel per 100 kilometres NEDC consumption, preliminary CO2 emissions are from 158 to 168 grams per Not only does it meet the EU5 emissions standard, this also has the potential to fulfil the EU6 as well as the BIN 5 requirements in the USA.

In with a tried and tested manual transmission and rear-wheel the engine of the GLK 220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY exudes a lot of and responds to the driver’s commands a great deal of agility. It good pulling power like the more powerful is extremely smooth running for a diesel engine. In addition to performance, the engine generates an torque at low engine speeds: torque of 400 Nm is available over a rev range from 1400 to rpm, making it possible to very fuel efficiently at low speeds in everyday driving The rear-wheel drive vehicle from zero to 100 km/h in 8.5 and reaches a top speed of 205 km/h.


The GLK 220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY is also available the 7G-TRONIC seven-speed automatic as an option.

BlueEFFICIENCY: Efficient for reducing fuel consumption

all BlueEFFICIENCY models from the two new GLK models also feature an package of measures that to reduce fuel consumption. besides the diesel engine direct injection and the low-friction include weight savings through the use of high strength and high strength steels in the and weight-optimised alloy wheels. side mirrors and underbody lower the air resistance, and newly 235/60 R 17 V tyres reduce resistance. A regulated fuel and the energy-saving electric power system further reduce the fuel consumption. Thanks to a computer and a display showing fuel consumption, GLK drivers can their fuel consumption at any and adjust their driving accordingly.

New equipment details for the new year

New equipment options are for the distinctive compact SUV. include convenience features as KEYLESS GO or — in combination the COMAND APS multimedia system a reversing camera with help lines that it easier to manoeuvre in tight Effective immediately, all COMAND systems are able to receive radio (DAB). Passive was further improved by the standard which provide additional to the pelvis in the event of a collision. The exit assistant is a new function of the equipment package that it easier to exit the vehicle an accident by automatically moving the steering wheel to its highest The optional Intelligent Light (ILS) now includes LED* running lights, and 19 inch wheels have been to the portfolio for the coming cold

Customers can choose ARTICO, a robust, yet breathable synthetic for the interior of the GLKs.Also available is the designo line of two-colour appointments in black/light brown and A steering wheel covered in nappa leather* is standard in all

Drivers with sporting can select EXTERIEUR*, a new AMG sports based on the existing sports The scope of supply includes, in to the standard sports package, front and rear aprons optical underbody protection in body-colour side skirts, a grille with two smooth louvers, a chrome rub strip and 20 twin-spoke AMG alloy wheels shod with 235/45 R20 up front and 255/40 R20 tyres in the

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