Are you on the lookout for an SUV that exudes opulence and performance in equal measure? The 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class GLS450 4MATIC may answer your prayers. This premier SUV has a notable history, with the first model being introduced nearly two decades ago. Over the years, the GLS-Class has undergone numerous renovations and enhancements, culminating in the refined and feature-packed vehicle it is today. With three spacious rows of seats, the 2022 GLS-Class allows your family to enjoy luxury in Mercedes-Benz style. Our subject 2022 GLS450 has completed a 20,665-mile journey so far and awaits in Texas for its next lucky owner.
The SUV market is at an all-time high, with every manufacturer looking to get a piece of the pie. With the high competition and rush to fill up one's balance sheets, the idea of an SUV has sadly been lost in translation. The vehicle we have today, however, boasts rich pedigree, comfort, and class like no other and has grown amongst all the tough competition and comes in the form of this lovely 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC we have today. With a reported 35,200 miles on the clock, this is SUV royalty like never before and yours to drive home today.
With the rise in demand for SUVs in all forms, manufacturers are rushing to push out the next best thing for the segment. Some have increased the size of their offering and include a host of features to ensure their customers opt for something different, but others perfect a well-developed formula. The Mercedes-Benz GLS is one of those vehicles proven to be a significant commercial success for Mercedes-Benz, continuing to this date. With this 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC, you sure would be driving off in a vehicle that's perfected its formula of luxurious full-sized SUV over the years. With just 4,700 miles on the clock, this practical and handsome Germanic machine is basically brand-new.
The market for SUVs really started to take off in the mid-2000s, and Mercedes-Benz did not want to be left out. They already had a formidable lineup of cars, as well as the M-Class, with the G-Class taking care of the ‘proper’ off-road segment. In 2006, they introduced their second SUV, the GL-Class which debuted at the 2006 North American International Auto Show and was their first full-size seven-seat SUV. The second generation entered in 2013 and was renamed GLS-Class during its 2016 facelift, as Mercedes-Benz wanted the model to represent ‘the S-Class of SUVs’. The third generation entered stage right in 2020, and here we are with this 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS450 4MATIC in our inventory. It’s got 22,000 miles on the clock and comes from Texas, making it the ideal family car if you’re in the market for a German SUV.