2020 MB GLB interior seat half folded down facing front cabin

How much can you fit in the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB?

The long-awaited 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB has plenty of power and performance, but how much can you fit inside of it? Let’s check out the cargo space of the newest addition to the Mercedes-Benz SUV lineup.

Cargo space of the 2020 GLB

The 2020 GLB holds plenty of cargo space for you to enjoy. You’ll see a spacious 62.0 cubic feet available in this feisty luxury SUV. However, that isn’t the only perk it provides. Be sure to check out its other features, like an optional 3rd-row seating, 41.1-inch legroom for the driver, and 38.1 in. of legroom in the second row. If you do end up choosing that optional 3rd-row seat then you’ll have 29.1 in of legroom in that last row.

GLB Accessories

If the 62.0 cu. ft. of cargo space isn’t enough for all your cargo, you may want to consider some of the accessories that can help you optimize the space available, like the roof racks! This way, you can attach even more items to the top of the car. So, if you have large or awkward items that don’t fit well in the back, this frees up that interior space for smaller, more compact cargo to sit comfortably in.

2020 MB GLB interior back cabin seats with trees in window

 2020 MB GLB interior back cabin looking towards front with half of rear seats folded

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New 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLB in Scottsdale, AZ

Come on over to your friendly Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale to find your future vehicle with us today! The GLB isn’t out yet, but we will have it when it is released, so be sure to pre-order it with us or stop on by later! You can take this model for a test drive and see if it is the right model for you.

Don’t forget to check out our blog to see more information about not only the Mercedes-Benz GLB but other models as well! You can learn more about popular Mercedes-Benz models like the GLS, GLE, and GLC, as well as the sedan lineup like the A-Class, C-Class, and the infamous S-Class. If you have further questions our team of automotive experts would love to tell you more.