When it comes to the luxury SUV market, it’s hard to find someone that does it as well as Mercedes-Benz. With numerous Mercedes-Benz SUV models topping lists all over the internet, now is a great time to get a Mercedes-Benz. But which trim should you get?
Below, you’ll find out what varies from trim to trim for the 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class SUV. Keep reading to see which trim level is right for you.
The GLE 350 models come standard with a 255-horsepower four-cylinder engine and RWD, though 4MATIC AWD is available. Standard infotainment includes Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a 12.3-inch touchscreen, wireless device charging, and GPS-linked navigation, among other features. Other standard features include a sunroof, hands-free power liftgate, adaptive suspension, front and rear parking sensors, hands-free parking assist, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, and much more.
The GLE 450 has all the same features as the 350, but with an improved powertrain. It sports a turbocharged 362-horsepower I6 engine with a 48V mild hybrid system. 4MATIC is standard on all GLC 450 models.
The AMG GLE 53 sports the same turbocharged I6 as the GLE 450, but with AMG tuning. This version of the engine produces 429 horsepower. The GLE 53 also gets a 13-speaker Burmester sound system, an air suspension, and a sport exhaust system.
The GLE 580 drops the I6 for a biturbo V8 that pumps out 483 horsepower. It gets genuine leather upholstery and a surround-view camera parking system, as well as the features and options from trims before it.
The AMG GLE 63 S is the penultimate trim. It has an AMG-optimized version of the biturbo V8 that puts out 603 horsepower. It gets a limited-slip differential and high-performance brakes, too. The trim also adds ventilated front seats, heated and cooled front cup holders, rear sunshades, adaptive headlights, and automatic high-beam headlights.
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