The Mercedes-Benz GLB is a popular SUV, and it's no surprise that its fuel economy has come under scrutiny. The EPA rates the GLB at 21 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway, but some drivers have reported getting much lower mileage.

If you're driving the GLB in stop-and-go city traffic, you can expect to get about 21 miles per gallon. But on the highway, where speeds are higher, and there's less traffic, you could see your mileage increase to 28 mpg.

The all-wheel-drive version of the GLB is rated at 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway. While the fuel economy of the Mercedes-Benz GLB may not be as high as some other SUVs on the market, it's still reasonably good. If you're worried about getting lower mileage than what's advertised, you can always choose to buy the all-wheel-drive version of the GLB, which is rated slightly higher.


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