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I have to disagree with some of the points this reviewer made. I just got a 2011 GLK-350 (4MATIC) and think it's a dream. I don't really understand why they bring up the 2-Wheel Drive issue, when this can be easily resolved if they had just leased the AWD model. I agree the gas consumption isn't great, however, I always think that's a silly argument as any SUV will use more gas. Plus, at the end of the day, you are maybe only spending an extra what $10 per tank compared to a compact SUV with better gas mileage? If you're worried about $10, you shouldn't be looking into purchasing a luxury automobile. You do have to put premium in it though so that does add to the price, but what luxury car do you not put premium in? I alo have NO IDEA why they commented saying "worst turning radius." Before this I had a sedan (VW Jetta) and think this SUV actually handles equally as well. The size of the car makes turning more precarious, however, I found the turning radius to be pretty amazing! Calling this car a "German JOKE" is extreme. I grew up in a family that drove Mercedes Benzes my whole life and found this car to be a great compromise as you get the benefits of beautiful MB engineering and design without the crazy price tag. I'm in LOVE with my GLK... sorry, Dude!Report it
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