If you were to do some comparison, you would swiftly conclude that the Mercedes GLC is a stylish SUV that makes a comfortable and very practical alternative to the likes of the BMW X3 and Audi Q5. It’s also available as a swoopy (but less roomy) GLC Coupe giving us an alternative that is very friendly.
No doubt you will fall in love with the curvaceous styling, active and passive safety, refinement, and 4×4 capability of the Mercedes GLC which is also contained in the coupé shaped SUVs. You can savor your Mercedes GLC with a petrol engine or a diesel with a choice of two power outputs.
The 3.0-liter V6 diesel (350 d) gets the same nine-speed gearbox. If you want petrol power then there’s a 2.0-liter (250) four-cylinder option.
Then there is the performance-focused end of the GLC lineup you have the AMG 43, AMG 63 and AMG 63 S. The 43 is powered a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 petrol engine with a nine-speed automatic gearbox.
Simply put, a wide range of engine options exist for the GLC class. Most Mercedes GLCs get a 7 in. color screen with sat-nav mounted high up on the dashboard, which is controlled using a rotary dial and touchpad between the front seats. Most of the time you’ll be better off sticking with the dial. However, it is still admirably responsive.
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