2015Mercedes-BenzGLK-Class

Mercedes GLK-Class

We got our first taste of the refreshed 2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK lineup last summer, once again affirming our belief that it's easy to fall in love with the littlest Benz CUV. There's something sort of charming about the boxy, rugged-looking luxury crossover, and while it won't set the world on fire…

- Reviewed by Steven J. Ewing

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2015 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
MSRP: $37,900 - $39,900
2014 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
MSRP: $37,480 - $39,480
2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
MSRP: $37,090 - $39,090
2012 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
MSRP: $35,880 - $37,880
2011 Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class
MSRP: $35,500 - $37,500
Mercedes spotted testing new GLC-Class

Mercedes-Benz has been spotted testing the new GLC-Class crossover as a replacement for the outgoing (and decidedly boxier) GLK, expected to debut in June.
Mercedes GLE to debut in NY, will get plug-in variant

"Year Of The SUV" Will Also Showcase GLC, GLS Updates

Mercedes-Benz is calling 2015 its "Year of the SUV." This means, in addition to the debut of the GLE-Class Coupe in Detroit, we'll see the standard GLE-Class (which replaces the M-Class), the new GLC-Class, and the GLS-Class, with some featuring plug-in hybrid variants.
Mercedes renames utility vehicles, repositions Maybach as sub-brand

Model Series, Drive Systems Get Revised Naming Throughout Lineup

Beginning in 2015, Mercedes-Benz is revising its nomenclature strategy for many of its models. This isn't shocking news, nor is it anything new in the industry – look at the recent Q-ification of Infiniti, or the forthcoming CT/XT strategy being deployed at Cadillac. But unlike those luxury brands, Mercedes isn't shaking up the whole system, and it's actually (kind of) making things a bit easier to understand. Here's how.
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2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK
$34,998 / 9,076 miles / MD
2012 Mercedes-Benz GLK
$28,998 / 24,150 miles / MD
2011 Mercedes-Benz GLK
$26,998 / 34,428 miles / MD
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Mercedes-Benz recalling 5,800 vehicles over potential fires

It turns out Ford isn't the only automaker worried about car fire recalls these days. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration today issuing a recall for potential fires on various 2011 and 2012 model year Mercedes-Benz vehicles, occurring from a fault with a fuel filter flange. The problem stems from an issue in the molding process that can allow the flange to crack, leak gasoline and possibly cause a fire.