The GLK250 is the smallest of Mercedes' trucks but still quite capable of off-roading.
The GLK250 comes with 4Matic, Mercedes' all-wheel-drive system, and clean-diesel emission technology.
The base interior of the GLK250.
Navigation systems are standard in the GLK250, as well as other creature comforts.
As the cross/utility market begins to fragment, auto makers must consider passenger comfort in the segment.
New for the GLK250 is a four-cylinder engine.
The GLK250 began selling in the U.S. in late April.
For an added cost, more premium interiors can be had on the GLK250.
Gauges show a variety of information in the GLK250.
Two moonroofs are optional in the upper-priced version of the GLK250.
For 2013, Mercedes brings its diesel-powered GLk250, already available in Europe, to the U.S. to attract fuel-conscious style-seekers. (See related story: Diesel GLK250 Outlier Among Small Luxury CUVs)
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