When did Mercedes stop making GLK?

Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class

Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class (X204)
Production 2008–2015
Model years 2008–2015 (Europe & other markets) 2010–2015 (North America)
Assembly Germany: Bremen Egypt: 6th of October City (EGA) China: Beijing (Beijing Benz) Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City
Body and chassis

How many miles will a Mercedes GLK last?

With proper maintenance, Mercedes can last 13-17 years on average. Considering an average yearly mileage of around 15,000, that means that Mercedes can last anywhere from 200,000 to 250,000 miles before major repairs are needed.

What is the difference between bluetec and 4Matic?

The ML350 Bluetec has a 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6 that utilizes 50-state-legal clean-diesel technology. It produces 240 hp and a prodigious 455 lb-ft of torque. 4Matic all-wheel drive is standard for this and all higher-trim models.

How many miles per gallon does a Mercedes Benz GLK350 get?

The turbo-diesel delivers EPA ratings of 24 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, five and nine better, respectively, than the gas V-6 in the GLK350 4MATIC. Over nearly 800 miles of mixed driving, we saw 27 mpg, six better than a four-wheel-drive ’13 GLK350 we tested last fall.

When did the Mercedes Benz glk250 Bluetec Diesel come out?

Benz’s small crossover gets the brand’s first four-cylinder diesel in a generation. From the October 2013 Issue of Car and Driver. The GLK250 BlueTec is a ­diesel-drinking Hermès clutch of a crossover that hit stores this spring as a fashionably late member of the refreshed 2013 GLK lineup.

What is the zero-to-60 time of the Volkswagen GLK?

The diesel GLK steps away from a stop on a swell of torque, more smartly than its 8.1-second zero-to-60-mph time might indicate. Power delivery is as smooth as a pair of patent-leather Louboutins, and the only lag is a two-beat pause when matting the accelerator at launch.