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      Mercedes-Benz GLB

      Mercedes-Benz GLB price in India starts from ₹ 60.80 Lakh. GLB is available in 5 colours - Polar White, Cosmos Black, Denim Blue, Mountain Grey, and Patagonia Red. GLB seating capacity is 7 People. GLB has received 5 Star (Euro NCAP) safety rating.

      GLB car is available in 3 variants and 2 fuel options - petrol and diesel. GLB petrol models comes with 1332cc engine which generates a peak power of 160 bhp @ 5500 rpm .

      The new Mercedes GLB, a SUV from Mercedes-Benz, was launched in India in Dec 2022. GLB has received a 98% rating score from our users. GLB is preferred for its styling and comfort.

      GLB competes with Mercedes-Benz GLC, Jeep Wrangler and Land Rover Discovery Sport in India. Please check following table for Mercedes-Benz GLB model list.

      GLB Model Price Key Specs
      200 Progressive Line ₹ 60.80 Lakh Petrol, 1332 cc, Automatic (DCT)
      220d Progressive Line ₹ 64.70 Lakh Diesel, 1950 cc, Automatic (DCT)
      220d 4MATIC AMG Line ₹ 67.80 Lakh Diesel, 1950 cc, Automatic (DCT)

      GLB Price

      GLB price starts from ₹ 60.80 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 67.80 Lakh. GLB EMI starts from ₹ 1,23,280. Select city to check Mercedes-Benz GLB on-road price.

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      ₹ 60.80 - 67.80 Lakh

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      GLB Monthly EMI

      1,23,280 for 5 Years

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      Mercedes GLB Key Specifications

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      Price

      ₹ 60.80 - 67.80 Lakh
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      Fuel Type

      Petrol, Diesel
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      Transmission

      Automatic (DCT)
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      Engine Size

      1332 cc, 1950 cc
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      Safety Rating

      5 Star (Euro NCAP)
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      Avg. Waiting Period

      0 - 13 Weeks
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      Warranty

      8 Years (Unlimited KMs)
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      Seating Capacity

      7 People
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      Size

      4634 mm L X 1834 mm W X 1697 mm H
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      Fuel Tank

      52L, 60L

      About Mercedes GLB

      Summary 

      The GLB was launched in India on 2 December It is available in three variants including 200, 220d, and 220d 4Matic. The Mercedes-Benz GLB rivals the likes of the Volvo XC60, BMW X3, Jaguar F-Pace, and Audi Q5. 

      Interior: 

      The interiors of the GLB come equipped with a 64 colour ambient lighting, a flat-bottom steering wheel, four drive modes, TPMS, a panoramic sunroof, powered front seats with ventilation function, seven airbags, and two 10.25-inch screens, an instrument console and an infotainment system . 

      Exterior: 

      In terms of dimensions, the Mercedes-Benz GLB will measure 4,634mm in length, 1,834mm in width, and 1,658mm in height. The wheelbase stands at 2,829mm. Exterior highlights of the Mercedes GLB include the signature twin slat grille, squared LED headlamps, 19-inch alloy wheels, two-piece LED tail lights, dual exhaust pipes integrated into the rear bumper, and aluminium polished roof rails. 

      Engine and specifications: 

      The Mercedes-Benz GLB is powered by a 1.3-litre turbo-petrol engine generating 161bhp and 250Nm of torque and a 2.0-litre diesel engine developing 188bhp and 400Nm of torque. These motors compaired with seven and eight-speed automatic units, respectively.


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      Is GLB Good Car?

      GLB has received a very favourable 98% approval rating based on 8 user reviews.

      Overall Score : 98%

      Based on 8 User Ratings

      What users like the most about GLB?

      Users prefer to buy GLB for Styling (100% rating) and Comfort (100% rating). The least appreciated parameters are Mileage (83%) and Value for Money (91%).

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      100%

      Comfort

      100%

      Performance

      94%

      Value for Money

      91%

      Mileage

      83%

      How GLB fares against competition?

      When compared with Mercedes-Benz GLC, Jeep Wrangler and Land Rover Discovery Sport, Mercedes GLB scores highest for Styling, Comfort and Value for Money. Jeep Wrangler is the best in terms of Performance and Mileage.

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Mercedes-Benz GLC Jeep Wrangler Land Rover Discovery Sport
      Styling 100 92 97 77
      Comfort 100 94 95 74
      Performance 94 91 97 71
      Mileage 83 82 84 63
      Value for Money 91 89 90 57
      Overall Score 98 93 96 80

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Variants

      Find a list of all 1 petrol and 2 diesel variants of Mercedes GLB. This table includes Mercedes-Benz GLB on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

      • GLB Petrol price in India is ₹ 60.80 Lakh.
      • GLB Diesel price ranges between ₹ 64.70 Lakh and ₹ 67.80 Lakh.
      • GLB Automatic (DCT) price ranges between ₹ 60.80 Lakh and ₹ 67.80 Lakh.
      • GLB Turbo price ranges between ₹ 60.80 Lakh and ₹ 67.80 Lakh.
      • GLB Sunroof price ranges between ₹ 60.80 Lakh and ₹ 67.80 Lakh.
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      GLB Variants Ex-showroom Price Compare
      Petrol, 1332 cc, Automatic (DCT) tooltip
      Fuel Type: Petrol
      Engine: 1332 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
      Transmission: Automatic (DCT)
      ₹ 60.80 Lakh
      Key Features : Turbocharged, 7 Airbags, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start
      Diesel, 1950 cc, Automatic (DCT)
      ₹ 64.70 Lakh
      Extra Features over 200 Progressive Line variants : Wireless Charger, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls, Reverse Camera with Guidance Parking Assist, Rear AC
      Diesel, 1950 cc, Automatic (DCT)
      ₹ 67.80 Lakh
      Extra Features over 220d Progressive Line variants : LED Headlights, Parking Sensors - Rear, Integrated Music System, Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display

      GLB Expert Review

      ProsGood Things

      • Gets third row for seating, added space when folded down 
      • Both diesel and petrol engines on offer
      • Practical cabin loaded with features

      ConsCould be Better

      • Seating for adults in the third row not comfortable
      • AMG Line version is expensive

      Engine and Performance

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Engine Shot

      In terms of powertrain, the GLB is available in both petrol and diesel engine choices. The GLB200 gets the same 1.3-litre turbo petrol engine as the A-Class and GLA, with an output of 161bhp and 250Nm. For this review, we are driving the 2.0-litre diesel with an output of 188bhp/400Nm. Although the petrol is paired to a seven-speed DCT, the diesel gets an eight-speed DCT sending the power to the front wheels, except in the AMG line which has the 4Matic AWD. 

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Right Front Three Quarter

      On idling or moving, the turbodiesel is slightly noisier but it’s more heard than felt. It has good grunt lower down the rev range, and even the mid-range has good shove when there’s a need for overtakes and that too with minimal lag. Moreover, the GLB gets the usual three modes — Eco, Comfort, and Sport, apart from Individual, which alters the throttle response and weighs up the steering. However, for that throatier exhaust note, one needs to be in Sport mode. With this 4Matic version, you also get an Off-road mode which changes the torque supply, with the top speed clocked at 110kmph. Even the ABS is tuned differently for off-road driving and it also gets hill descent control. 

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Right Front Three Quarter

      Where the petrol version gets a seven-speed DCT gearbox, here in the 220d, you get an eight-speed automatic. Unlike the newer nine-speed unit which constantly runs through the gears every time you accelerate or brake to find the right gear, this one is more familiar – more conventional. It tends to upshift around 2,000rpm. And in the Sport mode or when accelerating hard, it would easily hold the gear for longer, thus giving you a strong mid-range grunt when you want to go uphill or while overtaking on highways. 

      Ride and Handling

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Front View

      Going almost three turns lock-to-lock, the steering isn’t very quick, but it is direct. Driving on the ghat section from Kodaikanal, its direct nature combined with the grippier Pirelli tyres was too much fun. More fun than you’d expect from a three-row, family SUV. As for the ride quality, we experienced smooth surfaces on highways and some bad sections on the ghat. Although on the stiffer side, the ride wasn’t very jarring, and it took in everything nicely. We wanted to try driving the GLB with seven people on board, but that’s something for another day. 

      Exterior

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Left Front Three Quarter

      The GLB is based on the same MFA platform as the A-Class and the GLA. But in terms of styling, proportions, and stance, it looks more like a baby GLS. It has a squarish headlamp design, an upright nose, a flat roofline, and boxy rear. It doesn’t look as imposing and large in metal, but just the right size for a family crossover. The LED headlamps with Mercedes Benz Digital lamps come as standard. Depending on the variant, you get a different grille and bumper design. In the progressive trims, there’s a two-louvre grille, whereas in the AMG version you see here, it gets a single slat with chrome garnish mesh. Even the bumper is more imposing in this version. Similarly, the AMG spec alloy wheels are an inch larger with a lower profile.

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Right Rear Three Quarter

      Looking at it from the side, the flat roof of the GLB gives it a nice character. Move to the back and you get these LED tail lamps much akin to the GLS. More similarity to the GLS comes in the form of the squared-off lighting element inside the tail lamps. Adding sportiness to the GLB is the roof-mounted spoiler, chrome garnish around the bumpers with faux exhaust tips, and some diffusers. 

      Comfort, Convenience, and Features

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Dashboard

      Inside the GLB you get a familiar Mercedes cabin seen in the GLA as well. It has a floating panel with two 10.25-inch digital screens integrated with the latest MBUX system. The steering wheel design has nice-looking brushed aluminium finished buttons. Part of the MBUX system is a touchpad that controls the screen and we liked how there’s a place to rest your palm when using this touchpad. Then, there are two cup holders and a place to keep your phone which doubles up as a wireless charger. This being an AMG version, gets beautiful upholstery with a much more expensive Alcantara-like finish with contrast red stitching. 

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Second Row Seats

      In the second row, there’s ample legroom at the back and the flat roof with head scoops provides enough headroom. Even the seats offer good comfort with the same sportier upholstery and support. You can squeeze in three here, but the middle passenger will have to manage with a protruding backrest with a hard cushion. Further, the second row can be moved back and forth and gets a 40:20:40 split. Then, there’s a single USB Type-C port and a recess below the rear air vents. 

      Moving to the third row, it’s best suited for kids or preteens. Since the second-row seats do not tumble down, there’s a very narrow space to access the third row. Once inside, the headroom is just enough for my size (I am 5’5”) with the knees propped up against the backrest of the second row. Thankfully, the quarter window at the back is large enough. Further, the individual seats here have two cupholders in the middle, a USB Type-C port on each, and a recess on either side for knick-knacks. 

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Bootspace

      Lastly, at 130 litres, the boot space with the third row up, is good enough only for a couple of soft bags or backpacks. Fold the third row and the space extends up to 500 litres. And if you want to move a house, then folding down the second row elevates this boot space up to 1,680 litres. 

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Instrument Cluster

      Regarding the feature list, you get all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a car at this price point. Apart from the powered front seats with memory functions, you get dual sunroof, electronic tailgate, 64-colour ambient lighting, wireless charger, two-zone climate control, and sportier seats in this AMG line. We’d have loved it if the feature list included a 360-degree camera, ventilated seats, and a fancier sound system. On the safety front, you get seven airbags and ISOFIX in the second and third row, along with active brake assist. Not to mention, the GLB has scored five stars on the NCAP test.

      Conclusion

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Front View

      Prices for the all-new GLB start at Rs 63.8 lakh for the 200 Progressive trim with the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the diesel version of the 220d Progressive is priced at Rs 66.8 lakh. What we have driven here, the 220d 4Matic in the AMG Line carries a price tag of Rs 69.8 lakh. 

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Right Side View

      Currently, the GLB makes for an alternative to the BMW X3, Volvo XC60, and Audi Q5, and offers third-row practicality and everything else the Mercedes-Benz badge comes with as default. There are both petrol and diesel engine option to choose from. The GLB can also be a good upgrade for those moving up from, say, Skoda Kodiaq, or the likes of X1, Q3, and its stable mate GLA, or other full-size seven-seater SUVs into a premium badge.

      Mercedes-Benz GLB Rear View

      With a baby GLS stance, the GLB will occupy the space that the outgoing GLC will vacate. And since the new-gen GLC – which is due next year – will get more expensive, the GLB has a high chance of getting the same popularity that the GLC had enjoyed in India all these years. For the buyers who found the GLC to be an enticing deal, the GLB now offers almost all of that but with the addition of a third row.

      Pictures by Kapil Angane

      GLB FAQs

      The avg ex-showroom price of the Mercedes-Benz GLB starts at ₹ 60.80 Lakh for the petrol engine.
      The avg ex-showroom price of the Mercedes-Benz GLB starts at ₹ 64.70 Lakh for the diesel engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (GLB 220d 4MATIC AMG Line) with diesel engine is priced at ₹ 67.80 Lakh.
      Mercedes-Benz GLB is a 7 seater car with 5 doors.
      Yes. Sunroof is available in 3 GLB versions.

      GLB 200 Progressive Line - starts from 60.80 Lakh.

      GLB 220d Progressive Line - starts from 64.70 Lakh.

      GLB 220d 4MATIC AMG Line - starts from 67.80 Lakh.
      No. 4x4 drive option is not available in any of the 3 variants of the Mercedes-Benz GLB.

      Quick Facts about Mercedes GLB

      Mercedes-Benz GLB price in India goes from ₹ 60.80 - 67.80 Lakh in India.Mercedes GLB being a SUV comes in 3 variants.The base model of Mercedes-Benz GLB - 200 Progressive Line starts at ₹ 60.80 Lakh in Delhi and the top model of Mercedes-Benz GLB - 220d 4MATIC AMG Line is priced at ₹ 67.80 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for a 7 seater car then you should consider GLB.

      GLB car comes in 1 petrol variants and 2 diesel variants. The GLB petrol variant comes with a 1332cc engine capacity and Automatic (DCT) transmission modes. It generates 160 bhp @ 5500 rpm. The GLB diesel variant comes with a 1950cc engine capacity and Automatic (DCT) transmission modes. It generates 188 bhp @ 3800 rpm.

      Mercedes GLB comes in 5 colors which include Polar White, Cosmos Black, Denim Blue, Mountain Grey, and Patagonia Red.

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