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Mercedes GLK Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Mercedes GLK. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Mercedes GLK.

Mercedes GLK ClassOverview

The Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class may be one of the least expensive models the German company produces, but you wouldn't suspect that by the way this small crossover looks, feels and drives. Close one of the doors or drive over a set of railroad tracks and you can't help but feel the sense of over-engineered solidity that permeates every inch of this compact luxury SUV. Indeed, it's this innate Benz quality that sets the GLK apart from the other crossovers in its class. Discover the ins and outs on used Mercedes-Benz GLK350s, available now in Carvana’s inventory.


Strong V6 Engine

Equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 engines that churns out 302 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque, the Mercedes-Benz GLK350 has guts. In Edmunds performance testing, the GLK350 sprinted from 0 to 60 mph in a blistering 5.9 seconds.

Smooth, Composed Ride

What else would you expect from a Mercedes-Benz manufactured vehicle? Indeed, the GLK350 not offers a vehicle with great acceleration, but the rides itself is smooth and remarkably composed even for the brand’s standards. The GLK350 seemingly glides over bumps and ruts in the road, and its precision handling lets the person behind the wheel feel like they are in ultimate control.

Upscale Interior

Much like the driving performance, the GLK350’s cabin area lives up the Mercedes-Benz name. From the high-quality upholstery, to the stylish wood and metallic accents that can be found throughout, the GLK350 feels like a true luxury vehicle.


Cargo Capacity

One of the few drawbacks on the GLK350 is the lack of space available for passengers to store their gear. With 54.7 cubic feet of cargo space at your disposal (large enough to fit 13 bags of golf clubs), the GLK has significantly less cargo capacity than most other small crossovers.

Fuel Economy

No thanks to the noteworthy performance with this vehicle, the GLK350 isn’t exactly an economical ride at the fuel pump. Per EPA estimates, the GLK350 gets 21 mpg combined on both the rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive models.

Cabin Controls

Another item of note with the GLK350 are the somewhat difficult to use cabin controls. They can be a bit complicated to use at first, but after a short learning curve, they offer satisfactory functionality. The climate controls are easier to use, but are mounted a little low.