Interior:Ginger Beige/Espresso Brown
Mercedes calls the GLS the S-class among SUVs—its rich appointments and power earn it a 2018 10Best award. Its three rows offer room for seven; the interior has leather, wood, and options such as an air-ionization system and heated and cooled cupholders. The GLS-class feels much smaller than its size on the road; it’s surprisingly quick and nimble, and, unlike many others in the class, it isn’t onerous to park.
The Mercedes-Benz GLS’ attractive, well-built interior comes with three rows of roomy, comfortable seats. There’s also a generous amount of cargo space and numerous available features. On the performance side, this Mercedes also features a powerful group of engines, including a V6 that has better gas mileages estimates than many class rivals. In addition, it boasts composed handling with excellent road grip, and it delivers a comfortable ride. In short – yes, the GLS is a good luxury large SUV. However, some competitors offer more standard features.
The GLS seats up to seven people. Unlike some 3-row SUVs, the GLS provides comfortable seating for most adults in every row. The front seats are the most spacious and comfortable, however, and there’s excellent driver visibility.
Standard features in the GLS include a sunroof, Bluetooth, two USB ports, and an 8-inch display screen. Surprisingly, this Mercedes has a shorter standard features list than many class rivals, though many of the features you expect are available as options, including connectivity technology like a Wi-Fi hot spot, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. You can also add the COMAND infotainment system. Though user-friendly overall, COMAND’s touchpad controller takes some getting used to.
This Mercedes-Benz delivers outstanding ride quality, even over rough roads. The sharp steering contributes to a composed feeling when taking turns. And while not overly athletic, the GLS is maneuverable for its size. Standard all-wheel drive provides plenty of road grip in almost all situations