Mercedes-Benz GLB SUV Packs in Tech and Optional Third Seat

Mit bis zu sieben Sitzplätzen Der neue Mercedes Benz GLB für Familie & Freunde With up to seven seats The new Mercedes Benz GLB for family & friends

Mit bis zu sieben Sitzplätzen Der neue Mercedes Benz GLB für Familie & Freunde With up to seven seats The new Mercedes Benz GLB for family & friends

This comes despite Mercedes-Benz's global sales total falling 1,3 percent to 195 690 units in May 2019, and its overall year-to-date figure dropping 4,7 percent to 938 499 units.

It's something different from the norm these days, where vehicle companies are increasingly creating sporty, coupe-styled versions of more traditional, wagon-like SUVs.

"The third month in a row with worldwide growth in sales of Mercedes-Benz compact cars demonstrates the strong demand for our new models", said Britta Seeger, member of the board of management at Daimler AG responsible for Mercedes-Benz Cars marketing and sales.

The load compartment has a capacity of 560 to 1755 litres (five-seater), although seven seater models only have 130 litres of space with all the seats up. The second-row seats can be moved forward up to 6 inches to better accommodate passengers and cargo in the back.

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It's part of an off-road engineering package, which also offers hill descent control and a media display showing gradient, inclination angle and technical settings when terrain gets tricky. It'll be offered with a range of four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines, all driven through a twin-clutch automatic gearbox.

The new auto is based on the B-Class and features the same interior, utilising the new MBUX infotainment system from Mercedes.

The GLB 200 and 200d are two-wheel-drive, while the rest have all-wheel-drive.

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