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The refreshed 2017 GLS450 arrived this week and I know you want to see the differences! The GLS is on the left and the GL is on the right. These cars are the same color with similar equipment.
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Here is a side-by-side of the interior changes. The color is strikingly different between the Ginger Beige in the 2017 and the Almond in the 2016. (I’m sorry that the steering wheels are upside down.)
So, there you have it! The 2017 GLS450 vs. the 2016 GL450. An evolution…
Several of our later production 2016 models are now equipped with Apple CarPlay. Here is how it works!
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I went, I saw, I was impressed!
I love it when my favorite tings come together in one place!
It does not seem to be common knowledge that the Keyless Go button is removable! Here’s a quick video is a gorgeous car about how to do it!
People often ask if there is a benefit to having the MBUSA headquarters in Atlanta. Here is the benefit! The 2017 C-Coupe is not scheduled to arrive until summer and I don’t have official training for two more weeks but someone stopped by in a pre-production model and I got to see it! Now you get to see it!
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Went for a test drive yesterday. Recorded it for you. Please join me! Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more videos!
This beauty is on the showroom floor if you would like to see it for yourself!
The AJC recently featured 7 Game Changers to expect with the Mercedes-Benz Stadium!
“Built for event flexibility, the capacity of Mercedes-Benz Stadium can be expanded to 75,000 seats to host events like the Super Bowl, or up to 83,000 seats for the NCAA Final Four, which the building will host in 2020. Further, as part of environmental sustainability plans for building construction and operations, Mercedes-Benz Stadium is currently tracking toward the goal of LEED Platinum certification, which would make it the first professional sports venue to achieve this highest level.”