The Mercedes-Benz roots are never very far from the surface in the GLK, even though it's a smaller, entry-level crossover ute. Far from spartan, the GLK has almost all of the luxury features you'll find in the bigger M Class and GL Class utes.
Every GLK comes with a comprehensive set of standard features. They include dual-zone climate control; Bluetooth and iPod connectivity; power front seats; 19-inch wheels; and a panoramic sunroof.
A six-CD changer, Sirius Satellite Radio; a rear-seat, twin-screen DVD entertainment system; a power liftgate; a navigation system; bi-xenon headlamps with washers; LED taillights; and 20-inch wheels are among the options. Leather upholstery is an option, too, but we doubt you'll ever see a vinyl-spec GLK at your local dealer.
Mercedes-Benz has been a tech pioneer for quite some time in the automotive industry, combining cutting-edge features with an impeccable luxury finish. In addition to a set of controls and displays that also bring the feeling you're in a luxury vehicle, the twin sunroof design lets a lot of light in and the high-end Harman/Kardon audio system has awesome sound and the ability to connect to an iPod and USB stick at the same time.