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Last Updated: August 22, 2019

Cooling Sales: The GLS is a strong sales contender in the luxury large SUV segment this year, selling behind only the Cadillac Escalade and Infiniti QX80. However, sales to date in 2019 have declined by 5.5% compared to the same period in 2018.

Below-Average Base Prices: A base GLS starts at $70,150, which is about $7,000 below the class average (not including the extravagant Mercedes-Benz G-Class and its $120,000-plus starting price). Keep in mind though that nothing in this segment comes cheap. The GLS's high-end AMG trim levels starts over $120,000. 

Time to Buy: Despite cooling sales, the GLS, along with the rest of the class, is a very expensive vehicle. This month's Mercedes-Benz deals may help you find some savings. For a lower price, consider the 2018 Lincoln Navigator, which is essentially the same as the 2019 model.  Dealerships are more likely to cut you a deal to move excess 2018 inventory.

2019 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class Prices

MSRP: $126,150

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