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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE 350

Pricing

MSRP* $54,250 - $56,750
Invoice* $50,995 - $53,345

MPG

City 19 Hwy 26

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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE 350 Overview

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE 350 is a variant of the luxury mid-size SUV that seats up to seven passengers across three rows. It returns redesigned with sportier AMG styling after a one-year absence.

It is powered by a 255-hp, turbocharged four-cylinder engine mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission and 4MATIC all-wheel drive. Fuel economy for the GLE 350 is an EPA-estimated rating of 19/26 mpg city/highway.

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Overall Rating:
3.6 (out of 5)
Value 3.6
Exterior 4.5
Interior 4.4
Comfort 4.4
Performance 3.5
Reliability 3.5
*****
A Very Nice Vehicle.

by MelH. from The Villaged, Fl | October 20, 2020

It is very comfortable, and fuel efficient. Head and foot room are excellent, as well as trunk space. Easy to drive, and park in tight spaces.

*****
I LOVE my car! It's smooth and gorgeous!

by Genteen from Boston, MA | October 17, 2020

The car exceeds my needs! It has so many features for me to learn. The ride is smooth and the look is amazing. At night... It's the shining star on the street!

*****
High quality and comfortable

by George from Houston Texas | October 08, 2020

We have owned most of the previous generations of ML/GLE. Amazing ride for 21 inch wheel size even with base suspension. Good on long trips and good tow capacity. Lots of leg room. MBUX system was a bit of sensory overload initially but got used to it quickly. Zero electronic or mechanical issues after a year of average driving. Quality is excellent but perception level of long term durability does not appear it will be as good as earlier MB products across all model lines Example, when you look at sealing around seams under the hood etc. a lot more sharp edges and delicate plastic. This seems true of all manufacturers these days except at the very high end of the market. More flash, less Product for more cost. It seems manufacturers expect initial purchaser will not own car after 5 years but with escalating new car prices I believe people will keep the current generation if cars much longer due to replacement costs 5 years into the future. Been super disappointed with some of the other German brands as they age. After a lot of shopping, still a compelling product in the sea of SUVs on the market.

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