When I purchased this executive owned car, it had only 4,500 miles on it. It was priced right at $18k less than the Accura TL I traded for the Mercedes, when the Accura was new. In the 4 months I have owned the car we have traveled almost 7,000 trouble free miles in it. Our Sales Consultant, Henry Beeler III, was very helpful in making our selection of this car. Ours was an excellent purchase, one with which we are very satisfied!
Great handling little SUV
2010 Mercedes-Benz GLK350Carl Covington - Ft Lauderdale, FL06/06/2016
I was always attracted to the "boxey" good looks of this SUV. I test drove several similar models (Lexus, Volvo, Audi, GMC, Honda...) but was never happy with the horsepower or looks. The GLK350 satisfied both of those things.
PROs: Decent MPG (25), good power, good lines, easy to use controls, smooth shifting, quality leather seats, smooth ride, tight steering.
CONs: A little tight rear leg room, not a huge amount of stowage behind rear seat. Hard to remove wheel lugs (I added hollow metal bar for leverage on lug wrench, works perfectly), fragile paint on interior buttons.
Perfect for a mommy
2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK350Lizzie T - Los Angeles, CA01/06/2016
Purchased this vehicle 8 months pregnant. It's perfect for me to drive around my little one. Fits stroller comfortably in back. I didn't want a car that was too big, but that made sense for a growing family and this is it. My husband has a Range Rover �voque and I find this one a smoother ride and much easier to drive. Only con is that there are no seat warmers which I feel should be standard in a Mercedes. The technology is a bit dated but works great and easy to use.
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