This week, we discuss the test results of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS450, and we share how this luxurious 3-row SUV performed at our track. We also answer questions about the likelihood of LED headlights getting covered by snow and ice (and what to do about it,) why the captain's chairs on higher trim level 3-row CUVs and SUVs might not be preferable to a standard bench seat, and if the new Honda Accord's 4-cylinder turbo engine is reliable.
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00:58 – 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS Test Results
09:03 – Question 1: Are new LED headlights less capable to melt snow and ice off the lens than the old halogens?
13:22 – Question 2: Captain’s chairs vs.bench seats
18:23- Question 3: Is the Honda Accord 4-cylinder turbo engine reliable?
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