Mercedes-Benz GLB Review 2023: Features, Price And More Details

Mercedes-Benz GLB Review: Mercedes-Benz India is in great shape. sales are at an all-time high, their new business strategies are paying off, and a flood of new goods are regularly introduced. Compared to other brands on the market, Mercedes now offers Indian consumers the broadest range of products. And their most recent models, the GLB and EQB, respectively, cover both ICE and EV. The GLB comes first since it serves as the foundation for the electric powertrain as well.

Mercedes-Benz GLB Review

The GLB is 215mm longer, 38mm wider, and 101mm higher than a B-Class, providing commensurate increases in leg-, head-, and luggage space, and filling the space between the GLA (which, when it is replaced very soon, will the eighth car on this new platform) and C-Class-based GLC. Additionally, it provides room for two little chairs that flip up from the boot floor and. According to Mercedes, can ‘comfortably’ fit people up to 5 feet 6 inches tall. The GLB is Mercedes’ largest ‘small’ vehicle to date and is undoubtedly set to become one of its best-selling models given the rising popularity of SUVs and crossovers.

Mercedes-Benz GLB Review

Mercedes-Benz GLB Review Overview

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Mercedes-Benz GLB Price

The starting price of the Mercedes-Benz GLB in India is Rs. 63.80 Lakh. Mercedes-Benz GLB 200 Progressive Line is the model with the lowest price while Mercedes-Benz GLB 220d 4Matic, which has a price of Rs. 69.80 Lakh, is the model with the highest price. For the best deals, visit your local Mercedes-Benz GLB showroom in India. Primarily with the Volvo XC60 and BMW X1 prices, which start at Rs. 67.50 lakh and Rs. 45.90 lakh, respectively, in India.

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The inside of the GLB is remarkably similar to that of the A-Class (and other vehicles based on the same basic framework), thus clean, contemporary design with materials of primarily high quality and an abundance of high-end technology are the order of the day. The brushed metal grab handles on the doors and the thicker facia right in front of the passenger, though, give the cabin a nod to Mercedes’ G-Class SUV.

Which trim level you choose also has a significant impact on the cabin’s appearance. The two dashboard-mounted screens, which are probably the focal point of the interior, differ in size in addition to stylistic alterations (AMG Line models and up will feature a chunkier sports steering wheel, for example).

Sport and AMG Line variants, for instance, are content with the 7.0-inch infotainment screen and 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster, while AMG Line Premium vehicles and higher have the full 10.25-inch monitors. Although all versions of the vehicle use the same MBUX software, it is obvious that the GLB interior was built to function better with the bigger screens.

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Engines & driving

Two petrol and two diesel engines, along with front- or all-wheel drive, will be offered with the Mercedes-Benz GLB from launch. Either an eight- or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox will standard on all variants. The entry-level front-wheel drive GLB 200 (1.3-liter four-cylinder) and the top-of-the-line AMG GLB 35 4Matic (2.0-liter four-cylinder) are both available in petrol. We’ll talk more about the latter model below.

If you choose the GLB 200, you’ll get 163 horsepower and 250 Nm of torque, which translates to a 0-62 mph time of 9.1 seconds and a peak speed of 129 mph. In contrast to the other GLB variants. Which all have an eight-speed automatic gearbox.This one is the only one to have a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox.The GLB 200 d and GLB 220 d, both 2.0-litre four-cylinder engines, are the diesel variants. The former has a top speed of 127 mph and can be had with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.

It has 150 horsepower and 320 Nm of torque. If you still want more power and want the 220 d, output is boosted to 190 hp and 400 nm of torque, which reduces the time from zero to sixty miles per hour to seven seconds and raises the peak speed to 135 mph. The 220 d also comes standard with 4Matic all-wheel drive.


Naturally, the GLB’s basic driving position places the driver and passenger high up. Additionally, the seat and steering wheel offer a wide range of adjustability. So users of various heights shouldn’t have any trouble finding a comfortable position. The car’s boxy form provides a generally continuous view out from all angles, contributing to the decent visibility.

We have only driven the GLB so far, and every vehicle we tried was equipped with Mercedes-Benz’s adaptive suspension. Which won’t offered on UK vehicles (with the exception of the performance A 35). Instead, the suspension will be fixed or passive for all standard models. Given that the GLB comes standard with 18-inch wheels and also offers 19- and 20-inch options. We believe this could be cause for concern.

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It was not surprising that the GLB received a complete five-star rating from Euro NCAP when it was evaluated in 2019 given Mercedes’ stellar safety record. This is so because the GLB is built on the same platform as the A-Class and B-Class, both of which received the highest rating.


A Skoda Kodiaq is purchased with prudent funds. It’s what we’d do, and for the pound 34,200 you’d spend on an entry-level GLB, you can buy a very good one. The three-pointed star is obviously worth much more than its weight in gold. However, the GLB doesn’t just rely on its nameplate. It has been thoughtfully designed, has a somewhat adaptable, aesthetically pleasing cabin, and has acceptable driving manners. Given that several previous cars on this platform haven’t exactly wowed us, we enjoy it more than we anticipated. If you’re considering a Disco Sport, the GLB is definitely something to consider, as long as the regular suspension. Which we haven’t tried yet, doesn’t completely ruin the ride quality. Be on the lookout for the twin test.


The GLB fills the area between the GLA (which, when it is replaced very soon, will be the eighth car on this new platform) and the GLC, which is based on the C-Class, and is 215mm longer, 38mm wider, and 101mm taller than a B-Class. It also has space for two little seats that can be raised from the boot floor. Can ‘comfortably’ fit persons up to 5 feet 6 inches tall, claims Mercedes. Given the growing appeal of SUVs and crossovers, the GLB, Mercedes‘ largest’small’ car to yet, is unquestionably poised to become one of its best-selling vehicles.

Mercedes-Benz GLB Review FAQ’S

Is it worth it to buy a Mercedes GLB?

The Mercedes-Benz GLB from 2023 has strong drivetrains, a roomy interior, optimistic fuel efficiency predictions, and exceptional load capacity. It's a well-rounded SUV that ought to be quite high on your list of luxury SUV options.

Why is GLB so expensive?

This is due to the fact that the manufacturing facility in Mexico does not provide it in kit form. The GLB will thus be costly as a result. Expect prices to range between Rs 68 lakh and 72 lakh, the petrol GLB 200 being more affordable than the 220d.

Is Mercedes GLB expensive to maintain?

Compared to other brands, Mercedes-Benz maintenance expenses are rather high. It placed second in a research by, only below BMW's maintenance expenses. According to, drivers spend $908 annually on maintenance and repairs for their Mercedes automobiles.

Is GLB a luxury car?

The 2023 Mercedes-Benz GLB is a five-seat small luxury SUV. An optional third-row seat adds capacity for two more child-size passengers, ideally only for short trips. Three versions of the 2023 Mercedes GLB are available: GLB 250, GLB 250 4Matic and AMG GLB 35.

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