The Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 4Matic+ mild-hybrid system makes it fast and fuel efficient.
Premium car models are the most popular targets for thieves using keyless relay attacks.
Models like the A-Class, the GLC, the GLE, and more will get a PHEV powertrain option within 2019.
European customers can choose between three diesel powertrains with outputs ranging from 242 hp to 325 hp.
The styling is a bit restrained, but the all-new GLE is a really premium SUV that aims for the top.
The base GLE 350 model doesn’t offer all-wheel drive though; adding the 4Matic system costs $2,500.
While the BMW X5 or Porsche Cayenne might be more engaging to drive, the GLE is the comfiest ride.
The new Mercedes GLE might be the segment’s most impressive SUV to date.
Mercedes will reveal the new AMG GT R Pro alongside the updated AMG GT range in LA.
Mercedes’ new E-Active Body Control is perhaps the most impressive feature of the new 2019 GLE.
Mercedes-Benz is asking at least €65,807 for the new-gen GLE in Germany, where it’s currently on sale.
Customers in the UK will initially have to choose between the GLE 300d and the GLE 450.