What Are the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS Dimensions?
The Mercedes-Benz GLS is the largest Mercedes-Benz SUV, and for the new year, it’s been redesigned to offer more space than ever before. So, how has the inclusion of a new, longer wheelbase impacted the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS dimensions? Although we’re still waiting on some of the final specs, it’s already clear that you’ll enjoy a more comfortable ride.
We’ve detailed everything we know in the space below! So, if you’re looking for a complete guide to the Mercedes-Benz GLS dimensions, there’s no better place to start your research.
Mercedes-Benz GLS Dimensions: Seating and Interior Dimensions
With three rows of electronically-adjustable, EASY ENTRY® seats, you’ll have no trouble loading up your cabin. You’ll enjoy a wide variety of classic and high-tech comfort features no matter which trim level you settle on, and if you’d prefer to seat six instead of seven, you can upgrade with 2nd-row captain’s chairs. Regardless of the setup you choose, you’ll enjoy a superior ride quality on the roads of Providence and East Greenwich.
With all this in mind, let’s take a closer look at the Mercedes-Benz GLS dimensions:
- 41.4 inches (1st Row)
- 40.2 inches (2nd Row)
- Shoulder Room
- 59.3 inches (1st Row)
- 58.5 inches (2nd Row)
- Legroom (1st Row)
- 40.3 inches (1st Row)
- 41.9 inches (2nd Row, Seats in Rearmost Position)
These measurements represent a significant improvement over the GLS dimensions of yesteryear. Although we don’t yet have the exact dimensions for the third row, Mercedes-Benz has already asserted that it will be suitable for passengers of up to 6’4’’ in height.
The 2019 GLS dimensions allowed for 35 inches of third-row legroom and 50.5 inches of third-row shoulder room. If you’re comparing Mercedes-Benz SUVs, you’ll want to take a look at the 2020 GLC dimensions, or pit the 2020 GLC vs. GLE to learn more.
Mercedes-Benz GLS Exterior Dimensions
The longer wheelbase also allows the 2020 GLS to offer an even more impressive exterior. Although we expect the larger wheelbase to increase the Mercedes-Benz GLS weight (up from 5,335 pounds in 2019), we already know that the new model is more dynamic than before. Last year’s model possessed a drag coefficient of 0.35, while this year’s model comes in at 0.32.
Take a closer look at the exterior Mercedes-Benz GLS dimensions, and find out how it will fit in your Cranston or North Attleboro garage:
- Bumper-to-Bumper Length
- 205.2 inches
- 123.4 inches
- Body Width
- 77 inches
- Front Track Width
- 65.7 inches
- Rear Track Width
- 66.6 inches
- 71.8 inches
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