Today, I've been padding around the Mercedes GLK220. The GLK has received positive, but not fantastic reviews, and this canny canine can see why. The ride is smooth, but it could be smoother. The GLK's seven-speed automatic transmission is responsive and shifts gracefully. The steering is relaxingly accurate and well-weighted, and the GLK handles corners like a champ - though for dog's sake, don't fit the optional AMG suspension.
But it was inside the Mercedes GLK where your howling hero took issue, because the interior is a very mixed doggy bag. On the one paw, the seats are exceptionally comfy. Leather seats are an available option, but totally unnecessary - this pooch, and many other reviewers, couldn't tell the difference.