First Look: 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 4MATIC
In terms of Mercedes-Benz nomenclature, the new GLB fits between the GLA and GLC and resides on the same platform as the A-Class. With optional three-row seating, the GLB can hold up to seven passengers, making it a family-oriented and versatile vehicle.
Taking a closer look we found the first row to be excellently spacious. Thanks to the GLB’s boxy roofline, the second row has great headroom unlike other SUV-coupes that have rooflines that taper back. The second and third row are fully foldable, allowing for ample cargo space.
The GLB has a selectable Off-Road mode with certain packages, making it stand out against similar models in the market that are pushed as city SUVs.
The interior features the new augmented reality function on navigation maps, making directions even easier.
The GLB 250 4MATIC is expected to be launched in Canada later this year.