The Mercedes-Benz GLS is the largest Mercedes-Benz SUV, but it’s not the only Mercedes-Benz SUV with a third row! You’ll also want to consider the GLB, the GLE, and even the E-Class Wagon! We’ve covered interior dimensions and pricing for each of the seven-passenger models in our lineup, so you can start exploring our inventory with confidence.
The Mercedes-Benz GLB is a relatively recent addition to the lineup, but everyone takes notice when a new Mercedes-Benz SUV with a third row arrives on local lots. A starting price of $38,050 MSRP* only makes its interior dimensions that much more exciting:
You should choose the Mercedes-Benz GLB if you’re looking for the most accessible starting price or you want to drive a vehicle that’s easy to park and maneuver on the streets of Scottsdale and Mesa.
The Mercedes-Benz GLE stands at the top of the midsize class, and since it might be described as the brand’s ‘Goldilocks’ SUV, it tends to command attention wherever it goes. It offers significantly more legroom and shoulder room than the GLB, and it also provides much more cargo space:
Precise dimensions aren’t available for the GLE SUV’s third row. However, we think it’s safe to say that legroom and shoulder room will fall somewhere in between the measurements of the GLB and those of the GLS. The GLE SUV starts at $57,250 MSRP*, which once again positions it squarely between the two other Mercedes-Benz third-row SUVs in our lineup.
The Mercedes-Benz GLS is the largest Mercedes-Benz SUV, and the truth is that it tends to dominate in just about every area that matters to Phoenix and Fountain Hills drivers. If its starting price of $76,000 MSRP* is no obstacle, one look at its interior dimensions might be all it takes to convince you:
The GLS is the ideal Mercedes-Benz seven-seater SUV for families who spend a lot of time travelling together, especially if your passengers value high-end luxuries and leading technology features. It also offers more standard engine power than either the GLB or the GLE, so it’s won plenty of praise from driving enthusiasts as well.
Although it isn’t technically an SUV, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that the sophisticated Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon is available with an optional third-row jump seat. This rear-facing bench accommodates two additional passengers, pushing this vehicle’s total capacity to seven.
If you love the look and feel of the E-Class Sedan, but desire a vehicle with much more room for passengers and cargo, the E-Class Wagon can’t afford to be overlooked.
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