2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE Gilbert AZ

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE exterior profile

It might seem early to start talking about 2020, but Mercedes-Benz has hopped right on it and begun the development and production of the 2020 GLE. The 2019 GLE 350 brought with it minimal changes, but even when you think you have the German automaker figured out, they’ll throw something completely unexpected at you. See the specs and features in the newly redesigned 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE in Gilbert AZ!

That’s right, the 2020 GLE is a redesign. There’s a lot to see with this new model, including a new exterior design and a redesigned interior as well as a longer body for more space. A new engine, the 3L Inline 6 Turbo EQ Boost, is also available for maximum power and is one of the major highlights of the 2020 GLE. 4MATIC® all-wheel drive also now comes standard. Take a look at some other changes below!



Specs and Features in the 2020 GLE

There are so many highlights in the newest GLE that it’s hard to talk about all of them, so we’ll let you in on some of the biggest ones. First off is the Mercedes-Benz User Experience technology, which includes an intelligent voice recognition that can perform tasks based on your demands. The Head-Up Display is also available for a clear and easy look at all the vital driver information, while exterior updates like aerodynamic underbody cladding and aero-wheels add powerful aesthetics and better performance. Other features in the 2020 GLE include:

  • Active Damping System Plus (ADS+)
  • E-ACTIVE BODY CONTROL
  • Classic, Sport, Progressive and Understate Interior Trims
  • Active Stop-and-Go Assist
  • ENERGIZING COACH and Comfort System
  • Cooling AIR PANEL System
  • Cross-Traffic Assist
  • AIRMATIC® Air Suspension
  • And More!

We’re excited to see the 2020 GLE rolling out onto the roads. Think this may be the vehicle for you? Get in touch with the team here at Mercedes-Benz of Gilbert to learn more or schedule a test drive on our website today!


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