Customer Review Summary for 2010 Mercedes-Benz GLK350
2010 Mercedes-Benz GLK350Mike - Virginia Beach, VA12/04/2012
Love the look of the GLK and how it drives. The gas mileage is not the good. I do not get the EPA recommendation I don�t know if that is just me and how I drive. If you plan on driving this car ensure it has all the features. I did not do any check and there are a few things I thought would be on the vehicle that are missing. Overall I do like the vehicle just wish I did not get the basic model.
I had problems with the windshield wipers. They are in an awkward position and the speed is not fast enough for a downpour.
The gas pedal on the car is awkward as well.
The car has blind spots.
The window trim did not last...looks dull and faded.
Great ride in my new 2010 GLK. Well, at least "new" to me. Someone else had it briefly, but apparently wanted another car for their money. The drawback to the car is the "running board" not needed except for appearance of the vehicle. It is difficult to be a lady while stepping out of the car across extra inches. The car offers great vision and plenty of shoulder room for all.
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