Mercedes-Benz GLS Summary
|Max Power||326 bhp @ 3600 rpm|
Mercedes-Benz GLS Price List in India
Mercedes-Benz GLS price start at ₹ 99.9 Lakh. Check out the entire Mercedes-Benz GLS variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Mercedes-Benz GLS new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date GLS four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Mercedes-Benz GLS Variants Price
|GLS Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|2925 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 13 kmpl||₹ 99.9 Lakh|
|2999 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 12 kmpl||₹ 99.9 Lakh|
Mercedes-Benz GLS Colours
- Cavansite Blue
- Selenite Grey
- Hyacinth Red
- Obsidian Black
- Mojave Silver
- Polar White
Mercedes-Benz GLS Highlights
The car you see above, the GLS from Mercedes-Benz is a humongous SUV, which is now in its third-generation. The three-row SUV from Mercedes-Benz is now based on the brand’s Modular High Architecture (MHA) platform, which means it’s even bigger and bulkier than the second-generation model.
The Mercedes-Benz GLS has been, without a doubt, one of the most popular SUVs in the country, especially in its space. As of mid-2020, the GLS is the largest SUV the Stuttgart-based automaker makes. The debut of the third-generation model means that the Mercedes-Benz GLS price is also a wee bit more than before, but it does bring a host of new equipment to the table. Here’s what you get.
As said above, the Mercedes-Benz GLS new model is based on a new platform, which means it's larger than before. To put things into perspective, the GLS is now 77mm longer than before, measuring 5,207mm in length. Moreover, the new GLS is 1,999mm in width, 1,823mm in height and has a 3,135mm wheelbase.
But apart from its size, the GLS sports an all-new design language as well. In a nutshell, the 2020 GLS now looks brawnier and more intimidating. Also, the updated look means it’s more in line with the rest of the Mercedes SUV line-up.
The Mercedes-Benz GLS variants are as follows: 450 4MATIC and 400d 4MATIC. As for the equipment, the 2020 GLS gets a fully-digital instrument cluster and the brand’s latest MBUX system, both of which measure 12.3-inches in size. You also get a panoramic sunroof, 64-colour ambient lighting, five-zone automatic climate control, wireless charging at the front and rear, rear-seat entertainment screens, LED headlamps, 21-inch alloys, and air suspension, among other things.
On the safety side of things, the 2020 GLS comes equipped with 9 airbags, off-road ABS, blind spot assist, active brake assist, hill-descent control, a 360-degree camera, and front and rear parking sensors.
The interior of the GLS, just like the exterior, is completely revamped too. The driver sits facing twin 12.3-inch displays, which, as mentioned above, function as an instrument cluster and an infotainment system. The three-spoke steering wheel, which gets all the essential controls, is thick and nicely padded.
In the space department, the GLS doesn’t disappoint either. Since it’s a mammoth of an SUV, there’s ample of space even when talking about the second or the third row. The seats, themselves, are wrapped in high-quality leather, making the cabin a nice place to spend time.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The 2020 iteration of the GLS packs in either a petrol or a diesel powertrain. The petrol-powered 450 4Matic packs a 3.0-litre six-cylinder unit, which makes 362bhp/500Nm and is aided by an integrated starter generator that gives it EQ boost.
The 450d 4MATIC variant, too, gets a 3.0-litre six-cylinder unit, which is now an oil-burner churning out 325bhp and 700Nm. Both the engines are mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox. Since the Mercedes-Benz GLS on-road price for both the petrol and diesel variant remains the same, it comes down to personal preference to choose between either of these powertrains.