The Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 is an SUV that features a responsive powertrain while offering the cargo space needed for someone who likes to travel regularly. Not only is this a powerful SUV, but it is also well-designed on the interior. Come to Mercedes-Benz of Winston-Salem near Clemmons to see all the features this Mercedes-Benz has to offer!

Under the Hood

The 2.0-liter inline-four turbo engine offers 221 horsepower at 5,500 RPM. The Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 also accelerates at 6.9 seconds when tested going top speeds from 0-60 mph. While this SUV has a lot of get up and go, it also doesn’t disappoint on fuel economy. The GLB 250 features an 8G-DCT eight-speed dual-clutch automatic, which provides you with a smooth driving experience in the Salisbury area or on the freeway!

Interior Features

The interior of the Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 features a sporty design, which matches the exterior look of this vehicle perfectly. There are not only 40/20/40-split second-row seating but also third-row seats that fold down as well. These seating options make this SUV perfect for passengers and everything they need to bring along!

Innovative Technology

Just say “Hey Mercedes,” and the Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 will assist you via voice control with natural language understanding. There is a seven-inch digital instrument cluster for ease of seeing all of the pertinent information when you drive and a seven-inch touchscreen multimedia display. Everyone can charge their devices while riding in this Mercedes Benz, as it offers five USB-C ports!

The Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 has Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, and hands-free Bluetooth® available! Stream your favorite music from your smartphone to this SUV with Bluetooth® audio streaming or use the HD Radio. Your music will sound wonderful with the Burmester Surround Sound System!

Schedule A Test Drive In The Mount Airy Area

To get a feel how for this magnificent vehicle rides, call or email to schedule a test drive at Mercedes-Benz of Winston-Salem, serving Lexington and Wilkesboro.

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