Mercedes-Benz C-class, the entry-luxury car segment is in for a shakeup.
The all model will continue to be built on a rear-drive platform, will be powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
All models come standard with a large infotainment display, a digital gauge display, heated front seats, automated high-beam headlamps, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a sunroof, and much more.
Tech-rich cabin, spacious in all three rows, silky-smooth inline-six engine.
All-wheel drive and air suspension are both standard
Finicky infotainment touchpad controller, anonymous exterior styling, best options are prohibitively expensive.
The GLS-class is the comfort king and also delivers a surprisingly fun-to-drive character.
High-tech cabin, looks appropriately upscale, spacious first- and second-row seats.
Stiff ride especially with large wheels, snug optional third row, best features carry big price tags.
The GLE-class does most things very well, but so do many of its mid-size luxury SUV rivals.
An optional third row is available, but it's really good only for kids.