Two new Mercedes GL-Class cars incoming

JonathanNovember 26, 2012

There is just over a month to go until the all-new Mercedes GL-Class launches onto UK roads, with drivers able to choose between two fresh models.
For motorists who require a lot of space in order to accompany the family on road trips, the GL 350 BlueTEC AMG Sport should prove very appealing. Meanwhile, GL 63 AMG is the perfect choice for every tech-savvy driver.
Coming in at 21 mm longer and 10 mm taller than its predecessor, the GL 350 BlueTEC AMG Sport proves that quantity does not necessarily have to substitute quality.
In fact, this vehicle boasts combined fuel efficiency of 35.3mpg – a 15 per cent increase on the previous GL 350 car – while CO2 emissions have been cut by 14 per cent to total 209 g/km on the new model.
As well as saving the environment, the fresh GL 350 BlueTEC AMG Sport comes packed with an Intelligent Light System – complete with bi-xenon headlamps and LED daytime running lights – and a nifty dashboard featuring COMAND Online with a media interface and a DAB digital radio tuner.
Meanwhile, the all-new Mercedes GL 63 AMG takes enhanced specification features to a whole new level.

For one, the car’s flared wheel arches with 21-inch AMG five-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels in Titanium Grey are sure to catch the eye, while an AMG high-performance braking system keeps drivers in control no matter the situation on the road.
An Active Curve System with AirMATIC also helps the Mercedes vehicle to manoeuvre round bends with relative ease, before an AMG sports exhaust system with two chromed twin tailpipes ensures there is plenty of power once a straight stretch of road is encountered.
While awaiting the arrival of the new Mercedes GL-Class offerings – the two cars are released in January 2013 – drivers are advised to seek out a great car leasing deal on an equally stunning Merc.
Take the Mercedes-Benz A Class A180 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY SE five-door diesel hatchback, for instance, which can achieve 0-62mph in a blistering 11.3 seconds and, at the same time, limit CO2 emissions to a mere 98 g/km.


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