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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB 250

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MSRP* $36,600 - $38,600
Invoice* $34,404 - $36,284


City 23 Hwy 30 - 31

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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 Overview

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 is an all-new, subcompact luxury SUV that seats up to seven passengers. Maximum cargo capacity is 62 cubic feet behind the front seats.

It is powered by a standard 221-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive comes standard, while all-wheel drive is optional.

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Overall Rating:
3.9 (out of 5)
Value 3.9
Exterior 4.6
Interior 4.8
Comfort 4.7
Performance 4.4
Reliability 3.5
Love the car but VERY DANGEROUS!!!

by Mlau1228 from New York | February 12, 2021

I currently own the 2020 GLB. Valentines Day 2021 will make it a year since I got the car. The car already been in the shop 5 times!! From door handle never locking when you touch it and having a mind of its own ( working whenever it wishes) to back window washer fluid not coming out and having to replace. Finally multiple times the transmission shutting down the entire car while I am on the highway driving in the fast lane!!!! Car was in the shop for 1 month for transmission problem then after 2.5 weeks again on the highway the car says I don’t wanna run anymore and shuts down again during a snow storm on the fast lane!! Now I feel like I’m risking my life everytime I drive this car!!! Super sad because the car is awesome! But having to deal with this is a nightmare!! My car is currently in the shop again! Let’s see if they finally fix it! Oh and the door handling does lock again!!!

Compact SUV with Third Row and Modern Infotainment

by Lichking1019 from Whitestone, NY | December 20, 2020

Purchased the 2021 GLB because I was looking for a compact-sized SUV with third row seating for kids. The GLB also has a modern interior, I like the turbine-style air vents and the "surfboard" infotainment and instrument cluster. Despite what others have said about navigating the infotainment, I don't find it hard or cumbersome to use. However, one nuisance is having to scroll to the radio presets every now and then on the instrument display, sometimes it doesn't save the last setting. I also like the large panoramic sunroof although that's a $1500 option. The engine is peppy and the car is nimble (for an SUV) and has great class gas mileage. There are a few annoyances though: 1) The 2nd row seats don't fold all the way down IF the seats are moved to the front most position (the headrest hits the front seats), this makes it even more difficult to climb into the 3rd row; 2) Android Auto and Apply Carplay doesn't take up the full 10.25 inch infotainment screen, Google Maps only displays 7 inches; 3) the dual exhaust tips are fake. The GLB isn't very stylish, isn't very fast and performance-oriented, and it's not the most luxurious Mercedes; however it offers the perfect practicality. The only competitor is the Discovery Sport which is also a compact, luxury SUV with a third row.

Best Car Ever!!!!

by Mark and Fran Majcher from Viera, Florida | November 19, 2020

Mercedes GLB 250 is the perfect car for our needs as a veteran, disabled-who wants safety and dignity. Love the way it looks and drives.

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