2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC SUV – First Gear – Review and Test Drive

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On this episode of First Gear we review the 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC SUV. With our First Gear series, you get a detailed look at the interior and exterior of vehicles before going on a brief test drive. You’ll see our host David Fedor give his initial impressions of each vehicle, and follow up with any questions to a Smail sales representative.

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29 thoughts on “2017 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC SUV – First Gear – Review and Test Drive

  1. I'm shopping for a GLS but however Havent found her. However I thought I did but she was sold I took too long 💔

  2. David, don't trust the salesman: this vehicle platform is from the prior gen ML class, not the S class. Which should not be viewed as criticism as that platform laid the base for many honorable vehicles including current version Jeep Grand Cherokee.

  3. Nice review! Still needs some improvements on your expressing words, feels like you have no idea what to say 😁✌️ I wish I could do this job ✌️I'm not good at it!

  4. No but he didn't explain the lights in a way that makes it look cool which it is. Basically with the high beam assist, a camera behind the rear view mirror (you can see it in the windshield in the top) can see other cars ahead and adjusts the high beam so as to not blind those drivers. You basically drive with the high beam on and let the car adjust it to not blind others. Come on guys….

  5. Why would you raise the suspension when not needing it. Haha. Just pressing buttons not knowing what theh do. These videos are toooo funny. Hahaha. 😂😂😂

  6. To make the middle seats lay flat you first need to pull the base of the seat up by the tab you see on the seat base. Also the thing you put your hand on when pressing the reading light buttons in the third row shows the graphic for the reverse parking sensors. And that sales guy wasn't correct. It isn't based on the S Class chassis but rather a longer wheelbase version of the GLE. The S was added on this facelift model purely to indicate where it sits in their SUV range when they changed the names to make it uniform across their lineup.

  7. I can't believe that with Merc upgrading all their interiors and making them so beautiful that they're still selling an S Class SUV with that center console that looks like it hasn't been updated since the '80s. Shocking. C'mon Benz, don't you know there's some serious competition out there now? It's 2017 for pete's sake!

  8. I drove this car as a rental for 10 days. God it was amazing. This beast goes to 62 in 6.2s. Just put it in sport mode, hold the break, push the gas and let go of the break and you just lift of. It's also just so much fun to just pass people like it's nothing. It's drinks like crazy though especially in sport mode. Filling it up costs around 70 to 80 dollars depending on the gas price.

  9. Seems like David is learning a bit more about cars. Not as clueless as he was in his first couple of vids.

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