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Lexus GX (2006) vs. Mercedes-Benz GL (2014) Specs

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2006 Lexus GX and 2014 Mercedes-Benz GL Specifications

Model Year 2006 2014  
Model Lexus GX Mercedes-Benz GL  
Body 4dr SUV 4dr SUV  
Wheelbase 109.8 in 121.0 in -11.2 in
Length 188.2 in 201.6 in -13.4 in
Width 74.0 in 76.4 in -2.4 in
Height 74.6 in 72.8 in 1.8 in
Curb Weight 4871 lb. 5401 lb. -530 lb.
Fuel Capacity 23.0 gal. 26.4 gal. -3.4 gal.
Headroom, Row 1 40.2 in 41.2 in -1 in
Shoulder Room, Row 1 57.5 in 58.5 in -1 in
Hip Room, Row 1 55.1 in 0.0 in 55.1 in
Legroom, Row 1 41.8 in 40.3 in 1.5 in
Headroom, Row 2 40.0 in 40.0 in 0 in
Shoulder Room, Row 2 57.4 in 58.3 in -0.9 in
Hip Room, Row 2 54.8 in 0.0 in 54.8 in
Legroom, Row 2 36.8 in 38.5 in -1.7 in
Headroom, Row 3 36.5 in 38.9 in -2.4 in
Shoulder Room, Row 3 56.7 in 50.5 in 6.2 in
Hip Room, Row 3 56.4 in 0.0 in 56.4 in
Legroom, Row 3 24.9 in 35.0 in -10.1 in
Total Legroom 103.5 in (over 3 rows) 113.8 in (over 3 rows) -10.3 in
Cargo Volume, Minimum 13.2 ft3 16.0 ft3 -2.8 ft3
Cargo Volume, Behind R2 49.7 ft3 49.4 ft3 0.3 ft3
Cargo Volume, Maximum 77.5 ft3 93.8 ft3 -16.3 ft3

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What Our Members Are Saying about the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2006 Lexus GX

2006 Lexus GX Seat Room and Comfort: Cons
2005 4dr SUV 270-horsepower 4.7L V8
5-speed automatic AWD w/low range
It is great for young children, but not very comfortable for adults. It would LEGALLY allow you to drive many people around, but certainly not comfortably in the third row. Third row does NOT allow room even for kids in car seats to have any leg room. see full Lexus GX review

TrueDelta Reviews the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz GL

2014 Mercedes-Benz GL Seat Room and Comfort: Pros
2013 The Mercedes-Benz GL-Class is just a little longer than the Audi Q7 (201.6 vs. 200.3 inches), and isn't as wide (76.4 vs. 78.1 inches). But the Mercedes is considerably taller (72.8 vs. 68.4 inches) and not nearly as curvy. Which might explain how it is far roomier than the much sleeker Audi. Combined legroom for all three rows is 107.6 inches in the Q7 vs. 113.8 inches in the GL-Class, a large difference. The Q7's space deficit grows the farther back you sit. For adults to even fit in the Audi's third row without extreme discomfort, those in the second row must slide their seats forward to the point that they are themselves short on knee room. While the new GL350's third row sits too low to provide thigh support, it's not nearly as cramped. Further evidence that Audi didn't intend the Q7's third row for frequent use: the second-row seat doesn't do a good job of getting out of the way, making the path in and out of the way-back perhaps the tightest I've experienced. The second-row seat in the GL-Class tips forward to open up a much wider path. If manually tipping the seat is too much of a chore (perhaps because you'e a five-year-old and haven't yet learned to read this), $400 buys a power assist. But even with this option the seat must be manually returned to its upright position, so the point eludes me. see full Mercedes-Benz GL review

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