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.
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.
Take a Closer Look
The all-new GLB comes with the below standard equipment;
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.
Still don’t believe it’s about crossovers and not cars these days? How about the fact Mercedes-Benz now offers eight different sizes of SUVs these days. To name them all is a 10-pointer in any pub quiz - and the honour of anorak of the evening. It’s up there with being able to recite Pi to 10 decimal points.
The latest addition by Mercedes is the GLB, squeezing into the car maker’s alphabet soup between the current GLA and GLC. A futile waste of metal and marketing effort? Surprisingly not. This is one of the cars of 2019 that has really caught us by surprise.
For a start, there are seven seats as an option, in a car that we had tackling 47 degree off-road inclines and descents, at one stage balanced on two wheels a top of mountain pass, and pitched sideways at an angle of nearly 35 degrees when driving along an embankment. This is no overdressed family hatchback. Driving it last week sent us back to the drawing board on our list of top cars for 2020. It’s that impressive.
†Includes delivery & related charges. Model is shown for illustrative purposes only. ††The Guaranteed Minimum Future Value (GMFV) is payable if you renew or retain the vehicle at the end of the agreement. Further charges may be applied by MSL Mercedes-Benz dealerships subject to kilometre limits/condition of the vehicle. Lending criteria and conditions apply (>18s only). The fixed APR is inclusive of a documentation fee of €63.49. To qualify for this Finance Offer; a minimum deposit of 10% is required. Rate quoted is correct as at July 1st 2020 and is subject to change. Offer available on the model in finance the example above registered from July 1st 2020 until 31st of October 2020 at MSL Mercedes-Benz dealerships. This is a Consumer Hire Purchase agreement provided by Bank of Ireland t/a Bank of Ireland Finance. Ownership remains with Bank of Ireland until the GMFV (optional final payment) is made.