Facelifted Mercedes-Benz GL continues to drop camo
We don't expect things to change too much from the current GL, save the addition of some new headlamps and LED taillamps. If the M-Class is anything to go off of, we can expect that both gasoline and diesel engines will make their way to the United States, likely in the same GL350 turbo-diesel V8 and GL550 V8 guises that we currently have. For the V8 model, the old 5.5-liter naturally aspirated unit will surely be swapped out for the new twin-turbocharged 4.6-liter powerplant, found in the other 550-badged Mercedes-Benz models.
Look for the updated GL-Class to debut later this year.
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