RM 269,118 - 318,009

Mercedes-Benz GLB 2022 Price In Malaysia

Mercedes-Benz GLB Specs
SegmentC-Segment
BodyTypeSUV
TransmissionDCT
Capacity1.3 - 2.0L
Horsepower165 - 227PS
Seats5

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB launched in Malaysia; From RM 269k, 5+2 seating

Mercedes-Benz Malaysia (MBM) has added yet another model to their compact SUV line-up in the form of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB. The GLB retails from RM 269,118, comes standard with MBUX, third-row seats and will be fully imported (CBU) from Mexico.If you’re wondering about the difference betw...
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The 2021 - 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLB is offered in 2 variants - which are priced from RM 269,118 to RM 318,009, the base model of glb is 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB 200 Progressive Line which is at a price of RM 269,118 and the top variant of Mercedes-Benz GLB is 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB 250 AMG Line which is offered at a price of RM 318,009.

Pros

  • 7-Seater- Maximum seating capacity of 7 with two configurable proper rear seats makes for a highly versatile SUV.

  • Modern and Luxury Interior- Just like the interior of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class that we have all come to know and love, the cabin feels expensive and simply a cut above the rest in the segment.

  • Comfortable Ride- Standard fit Comfort Suspension soaks up bumps and road imperfection effortlessly even at maximum seating capacity.

Cons

  • Engine- The 1.3 litre engine on the GLB 200 lacks the refinement that we have come to expect from Mercedes-Benz.

  • Handling- Comfort-oriented suspension system setup, combined with a higher centre of gravity compromise the handling quality of the car.

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Overview

    The all-new 2020 X247 Mercedes-Benz GLB has finally made its local debut here in Malaysia, joining Mercedes-Benz Malaysia’s stable of SUV lineup to occupy the space between the Mercedes-Benz GLA crossover and the larger Mercedes-Benz GLC. Built on the same front-wheel-drive MFA2 (Modular Front Architecture) platform that also underpins the W177 Mercedes-Benz A-Class and the H247 Mercedes-Benz GLA, the 7-seater SUV gains an extra 100 mm in its wheelbase for extra practicality.

    Two flavours are made available for the Malaysian market, they are the GLB 200 Progressive Line and the GLB 250 4Matic AMG Line. For the keen drivers, a standalone AMG GLB 35 4Matic performance version is also available. Prices starts from RM 269,118 for the base Progressive Line and RM 318,009 for the kitted-out AMG Line. Prices are OTR without insurance and comes with a four-year unlimited-mileage warranty.

  • Exterior

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Design

    The Mercedes-Benz GLB features a more angular styling which no doubt draws inspiration from its larger sibling, the full-sized Mercedes-Benz GLS SUV and the former boxy shaped Mercedes-Benz GLK. Emphasis is placed on practicality evident by the boxy shape and flat roofline which leads to a large square tailgate around the back.

    Unlike the sharper and sleeker designs found on most modern Mercedes-Benz compact cars today, the Mercedes-Benz GLB features a more upright front fascia with rectangular LED headlamps and a prominent diamond radiator grille, punctuated by a massive Mercedes-Benz 3-pointed star and chromed louvre.

    The Progressive Line trim package includes a dual-slat front grille, front chromed skid plate, along with chrome side door mouldings and surround for the dual exhaust finishers. The fully kitted out AMG Line adds more aggressively styled lower front and rear bumpers with more pronounced air intakes and diffuser-like trim element.

    Black plastic claddings and the standard fit roof rails highlight its more utilitarian side. A distinct kink along the shoulder line after the C-pillar is unique only to the Mercedes-Benz GLB.

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Dimension

    The Mercedes-Benz GLB is positioned between the Mercedes-Benz GLA compact crossover and the mid-size Mercedes-Benz GLC. Due to its unique positioning, it faces a diverse set of rivals, many of which do not offer a third-row seating. It is 215mm longer, 38mm wider and 101mm taller than the Mercedes-Benz B-Class MPV. The Volvo XC60 and the Range Rover Discovery Sport are closely matched in terms of its overall size.


    Dimensions 
     Length  4,634 mm
     Width  1,834 mm
     Height  1,663 mm
     Wheelbase  2,829 mm



     

  • Interior

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Interior

    On the inside, the Mercedes-Benz GLB’s adopts a similar cabin layout to other Mercedes-Benz compact cars like the A-Class and the B-Class. Notable features include the free-standing dual 10.25-inch widescreen display with the full Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX), 3-spoke leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel, and the aviation inspired turbine-style air vents.

    As standard, the Progressive Line comes with brushed aluminium trim elements with gloss black inlays, three-spoke leather wrapped steering wheel, comfort seats, velour floor mats and black Artico leatherette upholstery. The AMG Line brings along AMG-exclusive items which include carbon fibre-like interior trim, a Nappa leather steering wheel, sports seats, Artico leather/Dinamica microfibre upholstery with red topstitching, and ambient lighting.

    It sets itself apart from other compact luxury SUV by offering a third-row seating with two additional proper rear seats, which Mercedes claims is suitable for anyone up to 1.68 metre tall. The seats are stowable into the boot floor, allowing for greater utilization of its 1,800 litres of total rear cargo space.

  • Features

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Features

    Both variants come equipped with Mercedes’s High Performance LED headlamps with integrated DRL and aluminium roof rails as standard. 18-inch five-spokes alloy wheels are standard for the GLB 200 Progressive Line while the GLB 250 4Matic AMG Line gets the upgraded 19-inch AMG five-twin-spokes alloy wheels.

    Also standard are the dual 10.25-inch widescreen touchscreen display with Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) infotainment system, which can be controlled via the touchscreen, dedicated media buttons, touch control button on the steering wheel, touchpad on the centre console or the ‘Hey Mercedes’ voice command function. 

    The cabin can be adjusted to personal pre-configured ambience settings via themed display which include configurations for the display style, air conditioning, radio station or drive modes such as DYNAMIC SELECT. Other creature comfort includes the THERMOTRONIC dual-zone automatic climate control with rear air vents, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, keyless-Go, powered front seats with memory function and handsfree powered tailgate.

    In terms of safety and driver assistance tech, both variants come with a reverse camera, Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC, Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC, PRE-SAFE system, Active Brake Assist and a tyre pressure monitoring system. AMG Line gets upgraded blind spot assist and remote engine start function.

  • Driving Performance

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Driving Performance

    Engine

    Driving the front-wheel of the GLB 200 is the same M282 1.3 litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine that is also used in the Mercedes-Benz B200 MPV. Developed in partnership with Renault, the power unit delivers a respectable 163 PS at 5,500 RPM and 250 Nm from 1,620 RPM. 0-100 km/h is dealt with in 9.1 seconds before topping out at 207 km/h.

    The GLB 250 is equipped with a more powerful M260 2.0 litre turbocharged 4-cylinder engine from the Mercedes-Benz A250 hatchback. It develops, 224 PS at 5,500 rpm and 350 Nm from 1,800 RPM. Power is sent to all four wheels via the 4Matic all-wheel drive system, enabling a century sprint time of 6.9 seconds and 236 km/h top speed.

    Transmission

    The 1.3 litre engine is paired to the same Getrag 7G-DCT seven-speed wet dual clutch transmission from the Mercedes-Benz B200 while the more powerful 2.0 litre engine is paired to an 8G-DCT eight-speed dual-clutch via Mercedes-Benz’s proprietary 4Matic all-wheel drive system.

  • Ride Comfort

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Ride Comfort

    With the Comfort suspension fitted as standard on both variants, the car delivers a pleasantly comfortable ride with great sophistication when dealing with bumps and road imperfection. The GLB 250 is spec with the Off-Road Engineering package, which adds an additional drive mode to the Dynamic Select system, along with a Downhill Speed Regulation (DSR) function and special displays in the digital instrument cluster.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Fuel Consumption

    The GLB 200’s fuel economy is rated at 6.1 L/100 km while the GLB 250 is rated at 7.2 L/100 km. 

  • Conclusion

    Mercedes-Benz GLB Conclusion

    The Mercedes-Benz GLB is Mercedes’ biggest ‘compact’ car yet, and the first to offer a third-row seat. Thanks to the ever-increasing popularity of SUVs and crossovers, no doubt it is destined to become one of Mercedes-Benz’s best-selling cars. With a relatively low entry price into a brand as exclusive as Mercedes-Benz, it is certainly worth considering over the Disco Sport, Volvo XC60 or even the cheaper Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace R-Line.

Mercedes-Benz GLB 2022 has total 9 color options in Malaysia: Polar White, Iridium Silver Metallic, Red Metallic, Cosmos Black Metallic, Mountain Grey Metallic, Night Black, Digital White, Denim Blue Metallic, Galaxy Blue Metallic.

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    Body TypeSUV
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