Ext. color: Lunar Blue Metallic
Int. color: Black
Drivetrain: All-wheel Drive
Fuel type: E85 Flex Fuel
Transmission: 7-Speed Automatic with Auto-Shift
Engine: 2.0L I4 16V GDI DOHC Turbo Flexible Fuel
Stock #: MBP2645
Heated Seats, Keyless Start, Navigation System, Power Liftgate, Remote Start
Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Bluetooth, Premium Sound System
Alloy Wheels, Sunroof/Moonroof
Backup Camera, Blind Spot Monitor, Brake Assist, Stability Control
Leather Seats, Memory Seat
Mercedes-Benz of Goldens Bridge review
Rave Review for the team at Goldens Bridge
May 20, 2019
By Gregg Leff from Goldens Bridge
I have been using GB Mercedes for 10 years. Even though ownership recently changed hands, they kept the same excellent service team in place. Spenser and Nick greet you with a smile and are genuinely happy to see you arrive and set you up with a loaner or a ride. I worked with Rob Pierro on my most recent purchase and he was great... informative without being pushy. John Chipman is always great to work with with. Bill Thompson has been my main "go to" Service Advisor... he consistently goes above and beyond! He ensures I am updated, explains everything to me, and is an absolute pleasure to work with. I highly recommend this dealership for purchase and service.
2018 Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 Base 4MATIC review
Great Car Sorry Dealerships
March 27, 2022
By NoBoringCars from Denver, CO
Owns this car
Great car, terrible dealers and maintenance costs. I have had two GLA vehicles, a 2016 GLA45 AMG and this one a 2018 GLA 250 AWD. I have a love-hate relationship.
The car itself is really enjoyable and the 208hp dual clutch drive train is nearly perfect in my mind for sporty but efficient driving. It has good acceleration, little to no lag and I can consistently hit the high 30’s for mileage in the mountains of Colorado. I have gotten 38mpg over a 250 mile trip. It is mid 20’s around town which is good because you need premium gas. The storage areas are small-ish and funky but doable and has two USB ports in the center console with no grooves for the cables but they will pass through. I recommend blind spot detection as a must because the side mirrors have a large blind spot you cannot dial out. The car runs very smoothly, absorbs bumps well and decent sound proofing for this size. The power lift gates, keyless doors on all four doors just touching the handles is perhaps my favorite comfort feature. It drives like a car so if you like high SUV seating positions this is not for you. Air works great, electronics are kind of odd for 2018 so having Apple Car Play is a must in my mind if you are buying used. I really love the car for it’s details, lovely interior and performance and can recommend it to others based on those things.
The huge negative for Mercedes is they are hands down the worst dealerships and I interacted with three. They do all the classic dealer tricks and the maintenance costs on a car running perfectly fine will make you bleed. An A service (odd years) was $933.00 and they wisely will not tell you that till you show up. Shop around as another dealer was only about 60% of that. I just replaced a dead battery today and it was $639.00 and done in less than an hour. I would go to an independent shop for half price maintenance unless a warranty item (I have extended/CPO). In the end this makes me give up on Mercedes. Cars are wonderfully engineered and truly enjoyable and look great but dealers and everything associated suck. Yeah, I know there are probably good ones and if you don’t mind a siphon in your wallet and typical dealer tricks then you will love them and they will love you. So, 100% recommend the car and a 100% thumbs down on the dealers. Research yours carefully and if good or if you can go to an independent then jump on the car if you like sporty, elegant and fun.