2013 Mercedes-Benz GL550 4Matic Reviews
This is exactly what I had call a baller's auto. Any car which could physically fit 90% of the sport's starters must be luxurious, must be huge and must be strong. The 2013 Mercedes Benz GL550 4Matic is all of these things. Yeah, it is that also.
I enjoy everything about this truck except for the cost, as well as the accelerator tip in. Much like the final few GLs I drove, it only takes a long time whenever you press the pedal to leap. And clearly automakers can go too much the other manner, and the vehicles get really jumpy. But there needs to be some form of happy medium. As it stands, you must expect your move a couple of seconds ahead, particularly if you want to reach a difference in traffic.
But that is the least you had anticipate from a $100,000 vehicle.
Granted, you're feeling rich when driving it. The GL can do triple digits easily, and with no driver understanding, once it gets rolling. In front of the house, or even a restaurant, the property value is raised by it with a few percentage points.
But do you actually need it all? Is the GL550 double as great as it? Hell no. You do get an additional row of seats, a good number of hp as well as the star, but still.
The Active Curve Setup, the priciest option with this car ($3,150), is interesting. It is designed to function like GM's magnetic ride suspension. Each wheel could be firmed up independently.
2013 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Review
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