The Mercedes-Benz GLC fills a previously wide gap in between M-B sedans and SUVs. It qualifies as a luxury crossover that brings in its own style and the cool formation and it is assisted to bridge the gap by the smaller sibling the GLC-class coupe.
The GLC300 draws moving powers from a 241-hp 2.0-liter four engine that is mated with a nine-speed automatic gear which is paddle-shifted. It drives rear-wheel but you may opt for an all-wheel drive.
You can also opt to have a hybrid GLC350e that comes with a turbo four-cylinder engine assisted by an 85kW electric motor. This combination pulls out an easy 320 horsepower.
It is the cabin makeup that truly sets the GLC-class against rivals. Start with an audaciously silent interior that has all the external noises sifted out graciously.
It makes the interior graciously quiet. For your infotainment access, there is a 7.0-inch touchscreen display that is standard but you can opt for an 8.4-inch which is of course much prettier and more preferable since it makes it much easier to view from the driver’s seat.
Whereas some features that would be really enticing such as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and navigation are unfortunately optional, driver assistance technology is highly favored. Talk of rain-sensing wipers on the windshield, driver-attention monitor, emergency assist as well and a newly introduced feature called Crosswind Assist which is meant to assist navigation in case of crosswinds at highway speeds.
This is a relatively high-priced Mercedes that luckily carries some very intelligent features.