2020 GLB 250 Model Overview by Jon Barker

June 23rd, 2020 by

Mercedes-Benz of Midlothian Sales & Leasing Advisor Jon Barker gives us an overview of the all-new 2020 GLB 250.

Never before has Mercedes-Benz delivered so much practical space into such a compact SUV package. Compact on the outside, roominess on the inside is not compromised. With optional third row seating, the GLB can accommodate up to seven people and their belongings, including up to four car seats.

Blending a rugged inspiration from the G-wagon with modern sophistication, its sporty appearance is hard not to notice. The ultra-high strength steel frame will give you peace of mind, providing extra protection for you and your family. The interior is well thought out and maintains the luxury that customers have come to expect from Mercedes-Benz. The driver’s seat and front row passenger seat come equipped with power-memory seating, heated seating, as well as optional ventilated seats, keeping you nice and comfortable no matter the weather.

With updated MBUX technology, you can tell it, touch it, point to it, say “Hey, Mercedes, I’m hot” or “Where is the best place to get a sandwich?,” and the GLB will listen and guide. You can adjust cabin features and set MB Navigation simply by speaking naturally. The GLB is so intelligent it can carry on a conversation. At a loss for words? Touch pads on the steering wheel allow you to interact with the high-resolution touchscreen without ever taking your hands off the steering wheel.

Finally, the advanced and efficient 2.0L inline-4 engine delivers an impressive 221 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, offering a quick response off the line, and plenty of pep for passing, merging, and climbing. Thanks to Mercedes-Benz DYNAMIC SELECT, each drive will be customized to you, featuring four distinct drive modes.

Come and visit us at Mercedes-Benz of Midlothian today to test drive the all-new 2020 GLB 250. You won’t be disappointed. Set up an appointment with Jon by calling (804) 419-9628 or emailing him at [email protected]


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