The GL Class commands respect. It is impressively built, fearfully powerful and shamelessly colossal. A spacious, seven-seat alternative to both the archetypal Range Rover and luxury saloons, the GL is a hugely imposing and appealing practical luxury car. List of specification on this Iridium Silver example includes AirMatic air suspension with comfort/sport mode selector, Command satellite navigation, light grey leather upholstery, climate control (front + rear), rear parking camera, Xenon headlights, Chrome roof bars - see more details below.
The Mercedes GL debuted at the 2006 North American International Auto Show. It was released along the same time as the similarly sized Audi Q7, being the first German three-row, 7 passenger crossover SUVs on the market at the time. In 2012 the new model hit the road, more luxurious and full of tech gadgets. Even though it’s bigger, Mercedes Benz managed to make the new GL-class 100kg lighter. The later model is more efficient thanks to BlueEFFICIENCY packages which includes starts/stop system, intelligent alternator management, electric steering etc. The GL provides a staggering 2,300 litres carrying capacity making it the largest cargo space in its segment. The 258bhp engine makes this car accelerate to 60 in 7.8 seconds and go on to a top speed of 138mph whilst combining a fuel consumption of 37 MPG (data taken from MB UK) The Mercedes-Benz GL 350 offered at Hofmanns is a 1 owner, 2015/65 covered a mere 4,900 miles. In the stunning Tenorite Grey with Crystal Grey leather upholstery this really is one not to be missed. The GL boasts Electric Front Seats with Memory, Electric Steering Column and Door Mirrors with Memory, 4 Way Lumbar Support Panoramic Sunroof, 360 Camera, Full Leat