2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS Dimensions

November 29th, 2019 by

Mercedes-Benz GLS Parked in Wood by Lake House
With three rows and seating for up to 7 passengers, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS SUV is the largest sport utility available from Mercedes-Benz. The 2020 version comes with a full redesign, tipping the scales at a lighter weight and giving you a little more room to move on the North Haven roads. You’ll also note improved handling and a longer wheelbase that now comes standard. Read on for Mercedes-Benz GLS dimensions details in this guide from Mercedes-Benz of North Haven.

Mercedes-Benz GLS Interior Dimensions

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS dimensions make for a roomy driving experience for every passenger, from the from row to the last. You’ll also find great cargo space for a luxury 3-row SUV, and impressive capacity to transport large items when you fold down the back two seat rows. Check out specs for the exact Mercedes-Benz GLS dimensions:

2020 GLS Interior Dimensions

  • Passenger Capacity — 7
  • Front Head Room — 39.4 inches
  • Front Shoulder Room — 59.3 inches
  • Second Row Head Room — 40.2 inches
  • Second Row Shoulder Room — 58.5 inches
  • Third Row Head Room — 38.9 inches
  • Third Row Shoulder Room — 50.3 inches

2020 GLS Cargo Volume

  • Cargo Volume to Seat 1 — 84.7 cubic feet
  • Cargo Volume to Seat 2 — 42.7 cubic feet
  • Cargo Volume to Seat 3 — 17.4 cubic feet

2020 GLS Cargo Area Dimensions

  • Cargo Area Floor Length to Seat 1 — 79.7 inches
  • Cargo Area Floor Length to Seat 2 — 54.2 inches
  • Cargo Area Floor Length to Seat 3 — 22.4 inches
  • Cargo Box Area Height — 34.7 inches

Other space-making features on this year’s GLS include standard electronically-adjustable EASY ENTRY® seats, making it easier to seat passengers and load more cargo. You can also choose to add second-row captain’s chairs in place of the second row, which provides more room for your second-row passengers as well as a little extra cargo space between the chairs.
Mercedes-Benz GLS Interior Looking Down

Mercedes-Benz GLS Exterior Dimensions

With unusually agile handling for a vehicle in its class, you’ll have an easier time parking and maneuvering the GLS in tight spaces around Cheshire. Take a look at the exterior measurements you’ll be working with:

  • Bumper-to-Bumper Length — 205.2 inches
  • Wheelbase — 123.4 inches
  • Body Width — 77 inches
  • Front Track Width — 65.7 inches
  • Rear Track Width — 66.6 inches
  • Height — 71.8 inches

Even though 2020 model is a bit larger than 2019, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS weight of 5,701 lbs is actually less than last year’s curb weight of 5,335 lbs. Drag coefficient has also improved between the two model years, from 0.35 to 0.32.

Experience the GLS from the Inside Out at Mercedes-Benz of North Haven!

Stop by Mercedes-Benz of North Haven near New Haven to take a closer look at the new Mercedes-Benz GLS dimensions and price. Our team is happy to answer any further questions you may have about interior features, technology, and maintenance for your Mercedes-Benz vehicle. Contact us to schedule a test drive today!

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