Used 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS GLS 450 for Sale
- 18,260 miles
- with bluetooth, child safety, backup camera, sunroof, alloy wheels
Location:Jamaica, NY 11435
For Sale By:Dealer
Num Owners:1 owner
Positives:clean history, warranty
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859 cars for sale found, starting at $36,900
Average price for Used Mercedes-Benz GLS: $65,499
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Where does used Mercedes-Benz GLS rank in comparison to competitor vehicles?
(Based on Last 5 Years' Data)
#1 of 24 Most Powerful Full-size SUVs
#3 of 9 3rd Row SUVs with Best Acceleration
#7 of 15 Most Fuel Efficient Full-size Luxury SUVs
#9 of 15 Full-size Luxury SUVs with Most Cargo Room
What Is The Average Price Of A Used Mercedes-benz Gls By Model Year?
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What Is The Average Price Of Used Mercedes-benz Gls In The Top 10 Cities?
Mercedes-Benz GLS in Houston
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Mercedes-Benz GLS in Atlanta
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Mercedes-Benz GLS in Dallas
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Mercedes-Benz GLS in Miami
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Mercedes-Benz GLS in Los Angeles
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Mercedes-Benz GLS Test Drive Reviews
2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS
The 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class is a beautiful, big luxury SUV with three full rows of adult-friendly seating and an excellent drive dynamic in four levels of engine option appeal.
Taking over from the GL-Class, the GLS is a mid-cycle refresh of that SUV. It adds the S to its name to denote its uber-luxury on par with the S-Class sedans in Mercedes' line, getting a bit of a facial change and a new transmission. Inside, a few changes to the infotainment are found as well.
This big luxury SUV is a fun drive, but there are a few things that some Americans might find lacking here. For the most part, those who love German luxury will adore the big 2017 GLS.