The Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Grand Edition SUV 5-doors vehicle is a stately ride that blends high-end living with comfortability, ruggedness and efficiencies. Between the critical production years of 2009 to 2012, the automaker exhibited a true laboratory of technology in the GL 350 CDI Bluetec 7G-Tronic 4Matic 7-seats version of the series. Boasting a straightforward allure, the SUV largely appeals to driving enthusiasts with a flare for diesel model cars.
Underneath the sleek exterior, the GL-Class presents a study in sophistication balanced with raw power. The car uses a V-type cylinder layout, housing six cylinders in total. Adding to its impressive engine credentials are four impressive valves per cylinder, allowing for unrestrained energy flow and overall enhanced vehicle performance. With a turnover of maximum torque RPM at 2400, the Mercedes-Benz car impressively engages the common rail injection type and turbo boost type to deliver the needed velocity. Rated at a capacity of 0.105484338 FT3, the engine churns out an immense 211 HP at 3400 RPM which is exceptional for its class.
An acceleration rate of 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 15 seconds, as well as a top speed of 131 miles per hour, sets the GL-Class apart in the performance category. Unreservedly a diesel preferring vehicle, rest assured it never disappoints on cross country trips with gear shifts managed by a 7-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle offers further enhancements with an all-wheel-drive system that partners brilliantly with the 26-gallons fuel tank, providing the driver with extended cruising ranges. At the back end, the car features an independent, pneumatic, multi-wishbone, dampers suspension system – an integration that ensures smooth handling and driving experiences all the time.