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The 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLE presents the best of both worlds: the creature comforts of a luxury automobile and the spaciousness of an SUV. It’s no wonder the GLE is so popular with Warwick drivers. But how does it stack up against the competition? To answer that question, we’ve put together a detailed, side-by-side comparison of the 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLE 350 vs. BMW X5. This BMW X5 vs. GLE comparison is going to consider cost, space, and features. So, let’s get this Mercedes-Benz GLE vs. BMW X5 contest on the road.
With a starting MSRP that is significantly lower than that of the BMW X5, the GLE is a smarter buy:
2022 Mercedes-Benz GLE vs. BMW X5 – Starting MSRP
Of course, you can get an even better price when you take advantage of our new vehicle specials. When it comes to cost, the Mercedes-Benz is the clear winner in this BMW X5 vs. GLE contest.
But the Mercedes-Benz GLE comes standard with several features that either aren’t found in the BMW X5 or require an upgrade. There are also features, like in-car Wi-Fi, that are optional in the GLE but not available in the X5. Here are just a few of those features:
East Greenwich road trips will be a lot more comfortable in the Mercedes-Benz GLE, thanks to all the room your passengers will have to stretch out. Even the 2nd row sports over 40 inches of legroom. That’s more than you’ll get with the BMW X5. The GLE has more cargo space, as well.
2022 BMW X5 vs. GLE – Legroom (front/rear)
2022 BMW X5 vs. GLE – Maximum Cargo Space
The new GLE is incredible, and you deserve to be behind the wheel of it. That’s easy to do, thanks to our lease deals and finance offers. If you’d like to learn more about the GLE or other Mercedes-Benz vehicles, check out our other model research. We’re just down the road from Cranston, so drop by or contact us today.
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