/2017 Mercedes GLS UK Pricing Announced

2017 Mercedes GLS UK Pricing Announced

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Even though we are still half a year away from the actual launch of the 2017 Mercedes GLS in the British market, the German automaker has gone ahead and revealed the official pricing of the car in the UK. So you have plenty of time to decided whether the new Benz SIV is wroth the £69,100 asking price.

That is, of course, for the entry-level GLS 350d 4MATIC AMG Line model. The 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine with 258 hp and 620 Nm of torque, and CO2 rating of199 g/km, is the only engine you get unless you want to go for the big boy toy that is the GLS 63 AMG. This one comes with a 585 horsepower bi-turbo 5.5 liter V8. The diesel units get a 9-G tronic transmission while the AMG comes with a SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-tronic.

So British buyers will have the choice of GLS 350d AMG Line for £69,100; GLS 350d designo for £78,095; and the GLS 63 AMG for a staggering £102,330.

Equipment-wise, the 2017 Mercedes GLS comes as standard with COMAND Online including an 8-inch screen and touchpad; AIRMATIC air suspension with adaptive damping; LED Intelligent Light System with Adaptive Highbeam Assist Plus; leather upholstery; memory front seats; Harmon Kardon Logic 7 surround sound system; panoramic electric sunroof; parking package with 360° camera; lane tracking package including Blind Spot Assist and Lane Keeping Assist; Keyless-GO comfort package; THERMOTRONIC climate control with three zones; three-colour ambient lighting; and heated seats in the front two rows.

The designo trim adds goodies such as designo nappa leather upholstery with diamond pattern quilting; heated and cooled front seats; a heated steering wheel; four-zone climate control including the third row of seats; temperature-controlled cup holders; and interior air ionisation with filter. Also included is the Active Curve System.

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