Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class Overview
The GLK's 3.5-liter V6 returned a competitive 21 mpg overall. This small SUV rides well, except for some side-to-side rocking on rough pavement. Handling is fairly nimble. The high seating position gives a good view out. The excellent front seats are firm and well shaped. Rear leg room is stingy, and the wide doorsills impede access. Despite a freshening that brought a dash layout that was a slight improvement, the controls remain somewhat convoluted. Fortunately the interior was improved at the same time, with more luxurious materials. Reliability has been above average for both V6 and diesel versions.
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