The Mercedes-Benz GLB SUV.
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The GLB 200 d Progressive Plus
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A grand design. For grand aspirations.
The new GLB. A new take on the compact SUV range with a distinctive profile. Its exterior design brings a number of unique characteristics; striking SUV design, Diamond Radiator Grille, LED High Performance headlamps, sporty-utility detailing, a dynamic rear-end design to name a few.
As the first of it’s kind, it is certain to make a striking statement on the road and leave a lasting impression.
The design and equipment lines for the new GLB includes; style, progressive and AMG. The various GLB model options also include a Night Package in which high-gloss black highlight underline its characteristic charm.
A level of comfort not often seen.
The inside of the all-new GLB Is strikingly elegant which its eye-catching features such as the free-standing widescreen cockpit, ambient lighting, premium upholstery, seat massage features and more!
Equipped with the latest safety technology by Mercedes-Benz, the GLB safety & assistance systems include; Active Brake Assist, Active Lane Keeping Assist, Speed Limit Assist, Attention Assist & 180°reversing camera.
This compact SUV will be available in either the 5-seater or 7-seater option.
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Powerpacks in a class of their own.
The new GLB is powered by updated four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines, all characterised by increased power, improved efficiency and reduced emissions.
Petrol models – all with 7G/8G automatic transmission – are: GLB 200 (1332cc/Nm 250 torque/), GLB 250 (1991cc/Nm 350) and GLB35 4MATIC AMG (1991cc/Nm 400).
Diesel models – all 1950cc with 8G automatic transmission – are: GLB 180d (Nm 280 torque), GLB 200d (Nm 320), GLB 220d 4MATIC (Nm 320) and GLB 220d 4MATIC (Nm 400), all certified to Euro 6d and geared to meet RDE (Real Driving Emissions) Stage 2 requirements.
Inner values. And more.
The all-new GLB comes with the below standard equipment;
- New Telematics generation (MBUX)
- Heated Seats
- Rear view camera
- Sports Steering Wheel
- LINGUATRONIC voice control
- Versatile Interior Space
Shane O'Donoghue, Car Zone Ireland
Mercedes-Benz GLB Review.
The GLB is not only a new addition to the Mercedes-Benz line-up, it also appears to pioneer a whole new unexplored niche, which is the compact premium-badged SUV with seven-seat capability. It sits between the new GLA and the existing GLC SUVs in the range and apparently has no direct rival from the prestige marques. The closest thing to it on the market today is perhaps the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace.
Mercedes GLB Design
To fit in seven seats, the GLB’s platform is considerably longer than that of the GLA, though they share a lot of components. The GLB’s upright design maximises interior space and is not without appeal. Indeed, some have likened it to the Mercedes G-Class, which is a serious off-roader, so the GLB certainly nails the ‘look tough’ brief. All versions get high-tech LED headlights and attractive alloy wheels, though the AMG Line cars look the sportiest. Mercedes also offers buyers the Night Package to further differentiate their car.