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Mercedes Benz GLK 350 Price in Nigeria {All 6 Editions}

There are only six different editions of the Mercedes Benz GLK 350 and in this article is their current price in Nigeria.

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In other words, asking about the price of this car is not enough, you also have to indicate what edition you’re interested in.

However, if you plan buying the oldest edition, which is the 2010 Mercedes-Benz GLK 350, you should be ready to spend at least N5.25 million.

But as for people interested in the GLK 350 2015 edition, you can find yourself spending as much as N13.0 million.

Enough introduction, let’s get into the real discussion.

Mercedes Benz GLK 350 Price in Nigeria

  • GLK 350 2010: N5.25 million – N6.00 million
  • GLK 350 2011: N5.50 million – N6.50 million
  • GLK 350 2012: N6.00 million – N7.25 million
  • GLK 350 2013: N8.00 million – N9.50 million
  • GLK 350 2014: N9.00 million – N11.5 million
  • GLK 350 2015: N10.0 million – N13.0 million

1.) GLK 350 2010: N5.25 million – N6.00 million

  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission | V6 cylinders | Gas engine | 3.5 L base engine
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm [ Horsepower ]
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm [ Torque ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 18 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4 gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive

The GLK 350 is a car that was launched in 2008.

But despite the fact that the car was launched in 2008, you would hardly come across a 2008 edition.

And the reason for this is that when GLK 350 was launched, it wasn’t launched worldwide.

The car was rather launched only in a few parts of the world.

And it wasn’t until 2010 that Daimler AG decided to make the car available the whole world.

In other words, if you’d like to lay your hands on the oldest edition you can possibly get in Nigeria, then the 2010 is what you should be looking at

This car can be driven on unpaved road, but that’s not necessarily what it was designed for.

The car would be more ideal for people driving on paved road, or at least roads that are quite okay.

2.) GLK 350 2011: N5.50 million – N6.50 million

  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission | V6 cylinders | Gas engine | 3.5 L base engine
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm [ Horsepower ]
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm [ Torque ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 18 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4 gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive

In the aspect of engine, the 2011 model is very similar to the 2010 edition.

There’s literally no difference between them, when it comes to their engines.

The major differences between them lies in their appearances.

And as you would expect the 2011 GLK 350 looks more beautiful.

Talking about technical details of the car, the 2011 model comes with a gas engine having V6 cylinders.

The SUV furthermore comes with a fuel tank of about 17.4 gallons.

If you fill up the tank, you should get to travel for up to 310 miles, before having to refuel the tank.

Furthermore, if you’ve ever used a Benz before, you’d have no reason trusting that you have little or nothing to worry about, as regards the engine of the car.

3.) GLK 350 2012: N6.00 million – N7.25 million

  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission | V6 cylinders | Gas engine | 3.5 L base engine
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm [ Horsepower ]
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm [ Torque ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 18 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4 gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive

Ever since GLK 350 was released, it has recorded good sales.

And this makes it natural for Daimler AG to also release a new edition in the year 2012.

The new edition released in 2012, bear a lot of similarity with both the 2010 edition and the 2011 edition.

However, as you would expect, 2012 model of this car comes with a nicer design.

In fact, the 2012 edition sold more than all older editions, and the design of the car contributed greatly to the success of the edition.

So when buying a build of the 2012 edition, you should understand that you’re getting a rear-wheel drive SUV that comes with a 7-speed shiftable automatics transmission.

The car furthermore features a fuel tank of 17.4 gallons. And a full tank could take you as far as 310 miles.

4.) GLK 350 2013: N8.00 million – N9.50 million

  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission | V6 cylinders | Gas engine | 3.5 L base engine
  • 302 hp @ 6500 rpm [ Horsepower ]
  • 273 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm [ Torque ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 21 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4 gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive

Ever since GLK was released in 2008, the same engine was used for all editions.

And if there’s ever any difference, they are always minute and insignificant differences.

But when Daimler AG decided to design the 2013 edition, the company chose to make some pretty serious improvement to the engine.

Since discussing the improvements made might be too technical for most people, we wouldn’t go into those jargon.

What I’d rather discuss are what the upgrade has to offer owners of the 2013 GLK 350.

Compared to owners of older editions of GLK 350, owners of the 2013 edition could enjoy up 21 miles per gallon, from the car.

In other words, if you fill your car to the brink, the car could take you as far as 365 miles, compared to the 310 miles of the older editions.

Another benefit the engine of the 2013 edition brings its owners, is speed.

Older editions of GLK 350 come with engines rated at 273 ft-lbs @ 3,500 rpm torque and 302 hp @ 6,500 horsepower.

But when it comes to the 2013 edition, the car is rated at 273 ft-lbs @ 3,500 rpm torque and 302 hp @ 6,500 horsepower.

And what this simply means is that this model of GLK 350 is capable of travelling faster than the older edition.

5.) GLK 350 2014: N9.00 million – N11.5 million

  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission | V6 cylinders | Gas engine | 3.5 L base engine
  • 302 hp @ 6500 rpm [ Horsepower ]
  • 273 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm [ Torque ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 21 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4 gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive

The improvement made to the 2013 edition, in the aspect of engine, is quite massive. And as a result.

Daimler AG had little or no reason not to make any improvement for the 2014 edition. In other words, the 2014 edition features the same engine as the 2013 edition.

However, when it comes to design, there are differences. It is difficult to say the 2014 edition has a nicer physical appearance.

But what we can say, is that there are people who love the 2013 edition, as well as those who prefer the 2014 edition. But still, both cars are pretty cool.

And if you would like to own a build of the 2014 GLK 350, you should be prepared to spend, at least N9.00 million.

However, it shouldn’t come as a surprise if you find a build selling above N9.00 million.

But regardless of how expensive a build of the car may be, you shouldn’t spend over N11.5 million.

Most used builds of this car selling for over N15 million are simply overpriced.

6.) GLK 350 2015: N10.0 million – N13.0 million

  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission | V6 cylinders | Gas engine | 3.5 L base engine
  • 302 hp @ 6500 rpm [ Horsepower ]
  • 273 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm [ Torque ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 21 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4 gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive

The 2015 edition of the Mercedes-Benz GLK 350, is the last edition of the car.

The car turned out to be a great success, but Daimler AG had bigger plans.

The company decided to discontinue the production of this car, to create a new car that’s pretty similar to the GLK 350, but better.

In short, if you plan getting the latest Mercedes-Benz GLK 350, then the 2015 model is what you’d be getting.

The 2015 edition features the same engine as the 2013 edition and the 2014 edition. But it comes with a slightly different physical appearance.

Owning a build of this car would cost you at least N10.0 million.

However, budgeting N13.0 million for this car would make it easier for you to find a seller, since some sellers would want to sell theirs for over N10 million.

Final Note

The price provided in this article are the costs at which you can get used builds of the Mercedes Benz GLK 350 right now in Nigeria.

We didn’t provide the prices for new builds because getting them would be quite impossible.
There is hardly any new build around.

So if you’d love to own a GLK 350, you can only buy a build which has already been used.

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