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Mercedes-Benz entered the compact SUV market in 2010 with the GLK-Class. The V6 GLK 350 starts at $37,090 as a rear-driver and $39,090 with all-wheel drive—making it one of the most affordable routes to Mercedes-Benz ownership. The handsomely boxy exterior and refined interior have been freshened for 2013 with emphasis on richer ornamentation. Vault-like build quality has always been a GLK selling point, and now it also manages to be warm and inviting.

Although the cabin is something of a masterpiece, it's not a very big one. Cargo space and rear-seat room were not a high priority in the GLK's development. It's a luxurious personal space, not to be confused with a family hauler.

2010 - 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLK350

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Major changes included:

Mercedes-Benz leaped into the luxury compact SUV segment with the 2010 release of the GLK350, which featured a relatively boxy body and the signature grille. Under the GLK350's hood was a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produced 268 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque through a seven-speed automatic transmission. The GLK350 came standard with rear-wheel drive, but 4MATIC all-wheel drive was an option. In 2013, Mercedes pushed the V6 engine in the GLK350 to 302 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque.

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