INSIDE AUTO Mercedes Benz hones GLK’s appeal Opinion Heritage…

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Mercedes-Benz Vision GLK

INSIDE AUTO: Mercedes hones GLK’s appeal

has redesigned the GLK, and the result is a SUV that leaves the cute-ute behind and moves ahead to good looks.

I had nothing the previous GLK’s appearance. I it blended in well with the of the Mercedes-Benz lineup’s looks, but it really grabbed me. This just seems to bring the big three-point star in the grille modern headlights, and one of the most lower front fascias seen. At first I thought accent lights in the small on either side of the lower air were a bit too fussy in detail. I saw how sharp they looked the LEDs were on in the daylight and I was won

Once I took my Cuprite GLK350 tester out at night, I was My car proudly bore the $1,290 package that includes headlamps with active illumination, cornering lamps, a washing system and adaptive assist. As wonderful as all this technology was while I was driving, it was I parked it that this GLK won me The LEDs in the taillight, headlight and those saucy lower highlights glowed with the right amount of warmth. The was as if the strips of lights were the vehicle’s shape in a minimalistic, but artistic way.

The interior’s also gotten a up, and the overall effect was quite The almond beige leather had mocha accents, and really the new shapes inside the GLK. The walnut across the center of the on the console and door pulls perfectly in place as part of the design, instead of appearing to be on as an afterthought.

The part that was successful was the big chrome rings the circular vent on the dashboard. The were fine when straight on. My problem was the somewhat greenhouse reflected the deriver’s end in the window. As I drove down the my peripheral vision kept the changing sunlight reflect off the onto the window, and I kept the experience of thinking someone was up in my driver’s side mirror. I myself glancing over and time again, only to see darned ring reflected in the window.

The other part won me over was the drivetrain. Mercedes-Benz has their 3.5-liter V6 engine direct injection and a few other This edition makes a 302 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. It coupled with a sevenspeed transmission.

While the two-wheel GLK starts at $37,090, my base-price GLK sent its power to all four With combined electronic program and trailer stabilization, GLK should maintain your course, even if it’s its maximum 3,500 pounds. trailer attached, you’d be to achieve the 19-city, 24-highway or combined EPA mileage.

When I get behind the wheel of a or XL SUV, I need some to adjust to its size. No such time was needed driving the It seems to be a just-right size for people, and five can squeeze in for rides.

I folded the split seat down a couple of but my bicycle did not come close to the then-available 54.7 cubic of space. I didn’t like I had to spend so much time through the translated owner’s to find out how to remove the luggage but once you know where the button is, removal is a snap.

The GLK has a height that allowed me to over sedans, but I was seated low that I felt completely in when I took the GLK for a romp my favorite back road. It be interesting to see what an AMG version of the GLK do on this series of corners. I the transmission in sports mode for playful period. Otherwise I left it in ECO and noticed the stop/start for the engine wasn’t quite as as some other vehicles.

The only thing standing in the way of me falling head over for the GLK was the final price. My tester was up to $53,165 with lots of Maybe there is a mama-bear to the option list that satisfy me as well as the GLK did for my driving

Mercedes-Benz has redesigned the GLK, and the is a small SUV that leaves the class behind and moves to genuine good looks.

I had against the previous GLK’s I thought it blended in well the rest of the Mercedes-Benz lineup’s but it never really grabbed me. version just seems to together the big three-point star in the with modern headlights, and one of the attractive lower front I’ve seen. At first I those accent lights in the grilles on either side of the air intake were a bit too fussy in Then I saw how sharp they when the LEDs were on in the and I was won over.

Once I took my Brown GLK350 tester out at I was hooked. My car proudly bore the lighting package that bi-xenon headlamps with curve illumination, cornering a headlamp washing system and high-beam assist. As wonderful as all see-where-you’re-going-without-blinding-oncoming-motorists technology was while I was it was after I parked it that GLK won me over. The LEDs in the taillight, accents and those saucy front highlights glowed just the right amount of The affect was as if the strips of lights defining the vehicle’s shape in a but highly artistic way.

Mercedes-Benz Vision GLK

The interior’s also gotten a up, and the overall effect was quite The almond beige leather had mocha accents, and really the new shapes inside the GLK. The walnut across the center of the on the console and door pulls perfectly in place as part of the design, instead of appearing to be on as an afterthought.

The part that was successful was the big chrome rings the circular vent on the dashboard. The were fine when straight on. My problem was the somewhat greenhouse reflected the deriver’s end in the window. As I drove down the my peripheral vision kept the changing sunlight reflect off the onto the window, and I kept the experience of thinking someone was up in my driver’s side mirror. I myself glancing over and time again, only to see darned ring reflected in the window.

The other part that won me was the drivetrain. Mercedes-Benz has upgraded 3.5-liter V6 engine with injection and a few other improvements. edition makes a healthy 302 and 273 lb-ft of torque. It comes with a sevenspeed automatic

While the two-wheel drive GLK at $37,090, my base-price $39,090 GLK its power to all four wheels. combined electronic stability and trailer stabilization, your GLK maintain your intended even if it’s towing its 3,500 pounds. With attached, you’d be unlikely to the 19-city, 24-highway or 21-mpg EPA mileage.

When I get behind the of a full-size or XL SUV, I need time to adjust to its size. No acclimation time was needed the GLK. It seems to be a just-right for four people, and five can in for shorter rides.

I folded the rear seat down a of times, but my bicycle did not come to filling the then-available 54.7 feet of space. I didn’t that I had to spend so much pouring through the translated manual to find out how to remove the cover, but once you know the secret button is, removal is a

The GLK has a seat height that me to look over sedans, but I was low enough that I felt in control when I took the GLK for a down my favorite back It would be interesting to see what an AMG of the GLK would do on this series of I left the transmission in sports for this playful period. I mostly left it in ECO and noticed the feature for the engine wasn’t as seamless as some other

The only thing standing in the way of me falling head over for the GLK was the final price. My tester was up to $53,165 with lots of Maybe there is a mama-bear to the option list that satisfy me as well as the GLK did for my driving

Mercedes-Benz Vision GLK
Mercedes-Benz Vision GLK


Mercedes-Benz Vision GLK
Mercedes-Benz Vision GLK

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