Here’s a 2010 Mercedes-Benz GLK350 which seems, in basically every way, like a regular Mercedes-Benz GLK350, except there’s one big difference with this particular one: it’s pink. Bright pink. Even the wheels are pink.
First, a brief overview. The GLK350 was Mercedes‘ compact crossover from 2010 to 2015, after which it was replaced by the GLC. This particular one seems largely normal, with the standard wheels, and a beige interior, and the usual options. But it’s pink.
Obviously, pink wasn’t a factory color on this car, and those pink wheels are quite far from any factory specification, too. Unfortunately, the ad doesn’t go into any details on the color, aside to note that it is, in fact, pink, so I’m not sure if it’s a wrap or an actual paint job — but it looks like this car was actually painted pink, which is obviously unusual for a vehicle like this.
The Carfax report doesn’t go into any great details on the paint color, but notes that the car has had four owners: the first three were in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, followed by the final one in Dallas, Texas. That owner likely painted the car pink, as the color was described as "black" when the fourth owner registered the car in Dallas in October 2017.
But, obviously, this GLK is black no more — and if you’re looking for a GLK that stands out from the pack, this particular example is offered by Castle Hills Motors in the Dallas area with 111,760 miles for $10,348.