Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class Owner's Manuals
Mercedes GLK is an all-wheel drive crossover of the K1 class. The debut of the restyled version of the model took place at the New York Auto Show in April 2012.
From its predecessor, the GLK, for the most part, differs in a slightly modified appearance. In particular, the designers have revised the shape and configuration of headlights, taillights and bumpers. In addition, a chrome-plated diffuser with integrated exhaust pipes appeared in the stern. Appeared at the car and new rims.
There are also not many changes in the interior design. The main one, perhaps, was the gear lever, which moved from the central tunnel to the steering column. This circumstance brought the Mercedes GLK even closer to the older car in the lineup – the GL-Class. In addition, the steering wheel was updated in the crossover, and the multimedia system, which received additional functions and capabilities, and air conditioning deflectors. And, of course, the choice of the buyer is now offered more combinations of finishing materials.
The basic package of the GLK includes seven airbags, an stabilization system (ESP), a hill start assistant, climate control, light, rain and tire pressure sensors, power accessories, a multimedia system and much more. The list of additional equipment is no less extensive.
The line of Mercedes GLK power units remained the same as that of the pre-styling version, however, German engine engineers were able to improve some indicators. So, the most powerful gasoline engine (3.5-liter V6) no longer produces 272, but 306 hp. with., and a 3-liter diesel – 265 “horses”. There is also a completely new version – GLK 250 BlueTec. It has 204 liters. With. power. Engines work either with a 6-speed “mechanics” or with a 7-speed automatic transmission.