2021 Mercedes-Benz SUVs: Which One has the Most Cargo Space?
There are a lot of factors to consider when you decide to get an SUV. Fuel economy and powertrain are usually high up on the list. Another big deal is the available seating. If you need space for five or six passengers, then a two-row SUV just won’t cut it, no matter how nice it is. Speaking of which, another big factor is cargo space. If you need a lot of space for your business, recreational hobbies, or your family, then a few feet in the back isn’t going to work. But Mercedes-Benz has a lot of different SUVs to choose from. We here at Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead in Peoria, AZ, don’t want you to have to go to the trouble of comparing them all yourself. That’s why we’ve done it for you.
Here’s a comparison of the cargo bay dimensions for all the 2021 Mercedes-Benz SUVs. Take a look below to see which one has the most space.
2021 Mercedes-Benz SUV Cargo Space Comparison
|Model||Behind 1st Row||Behind 2nd Row||Behind 3rd Row|
|G-Class||68.6 cu-ft||38.1 cu-ft||–|
|GLA||50.5 cu-ft||15.4 cu-ft||–|
|GLB (2-row)||62.0 cu-ft||27.0 cu-ft||–|
|GLB (3-row)||56.7 cu-ft||24.0 cu-ft||5.1 cu-ft|
|GLC||56.5 cu-ft||19.4 cu-ft||–|
|GLC Coupe||49.4 cu-ft||17.6 cu-ft||–|
|GLE (2-row)||74.9 cu-ft||33.3 cu-ft||–|
|GLE (3-row)||74.9 cu-ft||33.3 cu-ft||TBA|
|GLS||84.7 cu-ft||48.7 cu-ft||17.4 cu-ft|
|Maybach GLS*||–||–||18.4 cu-ft|
*The rear seats of the 2021 Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 SUV are fixed, so they do not fold to accommodate more cargo.
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