Comparing the GLB to the GLK
For those of you who are fans of the Mercedes-Benz GLK, you may have a new admirer – the GLB.
2020 GLB vs 2015 GLK
Character: square-like & charming
Exterior dimensions: length – 178.3 in, height 66.9 in, width – 79.4 in.
Interior dimensions: headroom (front) 39.1 in, (back) 39.7 in.
Passenger capacity: 5 seats
Engine: 200 hp/369 lb-ft torque
Performance: 7-speed automatic
Fuel capacity: 15.6 gal
Fuel economy: City – 24 mpg, highway – 33 mpg
Key features: Mercedes-Benzmbrace®, ATTENTION ASSIST®, Brake Assist (BAS®), Antilock Braking System (ABS)
Character: Boxy & Bold
Exterior dimensions: length – 182.4 in, height 65.3 in, width – 79.5 in (w/ mirrors)
Interior dimensions: headroom (front) 40.7 in, (back) 39.3 in.
Passenger capacity: Up to 7 seats
Engine: 221 hp/258 lb-ft torque
Performance: 8-speed automatic
Fuel capacity: 15.9 gal
Fuel economy: City – 23 mpg, highway – 31 mpg
Key features: Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX), 7-inch digital cluster, touchpad controller.
The GLB and the GLK are similar in exterior and interior specifications, however, these key differences set the two apart:
- The GLB is longer by 4.1 inches and offers third-row seating.
- Both are boxy in appearance; however, the GLB’s edges are rounded while the GLK’s are sharp & defined.
- The GLB offers more exceptional standard and optional features. Standard features include MBUX, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Voice Control, 7-inch touchscreen multimedia display, USB-C ports, etc. Optional features include augmented video for navigation, heads-up display, wireless phone charging, in-car WIFI, and more!
- The GLB offers an AMG® Line option for those looking for a sportier edge.
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