Mercedes-Benz GLC

Rs 48.12 - 77.42 Lakh*
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Economy
Mileage 11.50 kmpl
Service Cost -
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Tank 65 Litres
Performance
Engine 2996 cc 
BHP 362
No. of Cylinders 4
No. of Gears 9 Speed
Comfort
Cruise Control Yes
Sun roof Yes
Seating Capacity 5
Boot Space 550
Safety
Parking Sensor Yes
Airbags Yes
EMI
Duration 5 years
EMIRs 1,49,759
 
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GLC highlights

August 14, 2017: Mercedes-Benz has launched a limited-run ‘Celebration Edition’ of the GLC SUV at Rs 50.86 lakh (ex-showroom, Pan-India). The Mercedes-Benz GLC comes with a host of changes to its interior and exterior, and is launched to commemorate 70 years of Indian Independence. Check out more info here

In July 2017,  Mercedes-Benz launched the AMG-powered GLC 43 4MATIC Coupe at Rs 74.8 lakh (ex-showroom, Pan-India). It is the third variant in the GLC family and the second coupe-styled SUV from the Stuttgart-based car manufacturer.

Underneath the pretty exterior, the Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 4MATIC Coupe features the same engine, transmission and 4MATIC four-wheel drive setup as its big brother, the GLE 43 4MATIC Coupe. A 3.0-litre, turbocharged V6 petrol engine, that pumps out 367PS of power and 520Nm of torque, is mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission and power is sent to all four wheels. The SUV can get to 100kmph from standstill in 4.9 seconds. All in all, it is faster and more powerful than the 220 d 4MATIC and 300 4MATIC derivatives of the GLC.

On the outside the SUV flaunts bi-colour 19-inch, 5-twin-spoke AMG alloy wheels, AMG body kit and diamond radiator grille with chrome pins and ‘AMG’ lettering. Inside the cabin, there’s the AMG boot logo in the infotainment display, front door sills with AMG logo, red seat belts and bespoke AMG-branded floor mats.

It also comes with five different driving modes, namely Eco, Comfort, Sport, Sport Plus and Individual. The first four are finely tuned by Mercedes-Benz itself but the Individual driving mode can be set up to suit one’s driving style. By diving deep inside the car’s settings, the driver can select what kind of response is needed from the steering, engine, transmission and suspension.

Price-wise, it faces tough competition from the Audi Q7, BMW X5, Volvo XC90, Porsche Macan and the Jaguar F-Pace.

Mercedes-Benz GLC price list (Variants)

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220d 4MATIC Style
2143 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 17.9 kmpl
Rs 48.12 Lakh*
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Class 220d Celebration Edition
2143 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 17.9 kmpl
Rs 50.86 Lakh*
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220d 4MATIC Sport
2143 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 17.9 kmpl
Rs 51.73 Lakh*
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Class 300 Celebration Edition
1991 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 11.5 kmpl
Rs 51.25 Lakh*
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300 4MATIC Sport
1991 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 11.5 kmpl
Rs 52.13 Lakh*
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43 AMG Coupe
2996 cc,  Automatic, Petrol, 11.5 kmpl
Rs 77.42 Lakh*
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Mercedes-Benz GLC Price in Other Cities

City Ex-showroom Price
New Delhi Rs 48.12 - 77.42 Lakh*
Mumbai Rs 48.12 - 74.8 Lakh*
Bangalore Rs 48.12 - 74.8 Lakh*
Chennai Rs 46.49 - 74.8 Lakh*
Hyderabad Rs 48.12 - 77.42 Lakh*
Pune Rs 48.12 - 74.8 Lakh*
Chandigarh Rs 48.12 - 74.8 Lakh*
Gurgaon Rs 46.49 - 74.8 Lakh*

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Mercedes-Benz GLC Mileage

Variant Transmission Mileage (ARAI) Mileage City
Diesel Automatic  17.9 kmpl -
Petrol Automatic  11.5 kmpl -

Mercedes-Benz GLC review

Introduction:

Mercedes-Benz is a brand that has stood the test of time. Its vehicles have been well received across the world, and despite growing domestic competition, the company has seen very favourable performance here in India as well. The GLC class is a vehicle that the brand unveiled at the Auto-Expo 2016, and having gotten a glimpse of what the machine was all about, we'd expect any car-lover to count the days down to the model's release. In the meantime, we're here to spill everything we've gathered about the vehicle, and leave you with a sense of eagerness for its release. 

Pros:

1. Muscular exterior format, sure to get heads turning when driving down the road.

2. Lavished interiors that very few vehicles could match.

Cons:

1. Its performance quality could be improved.

2. The tall price range is probably its greatest downside.

Stand-out Features:

1. It comes with a list of very advanced entertainment and comfort features that most people would find mesmerising.

2. The presence of strong techno programs such as Electronic stability control and many others get a definite thumbs up from us.

Overall:

Mercedes-Benz is the type of brand that brings together the best that people could ask for, encapsulating it in the form of a vehicle. The GLC class is an SUV streamlined for a smaller, sportier appearance, and we thought this was brilliant. The exterior modelling was close to perfect, and we found it very hard to flush out flaws in the design. The vehicle has been given a more aesthetic layout with the low and slender shape, and the alluring details. Coming to the interior, we were happy to see just what we expected from this cabin: From the fine wooden inlays to the polished surfaces, we thought that the inner design brims with a sense of eloquence and purity, and the presence of many comfort features only strengthens this. Although the vehicle hasn't been launched yet, we're quite sure of its inner specs, from the engine to the transmission. 2.0-litre engines would power it in both petrol and diesel versions, while many some pretty strong safety shields complete the overall experience and render it flawless. 

Exteriors:

Images of the vehicle on the web leave you with the impression of a well structured, powerful looking vehicle that you don't think twice about loving. We'll admit, the vehicle's robust and masculine stance is nothing like what we've seen in conventional, domestic models. Nevertheless, there are feminine themes that overlap with its strong form, and this is what we thought struck the best look possible. 

The tall and bulky vehicle has been tailored for a graceful shape, and this brings a modern note in its image. The muscular body lines have been smoothly textured, giving a far more attractive overall delight. 

It begins drawing viewers in with a face shaped with an aggressive allure, at the focus of which is a large radiator grille.  A thick chrome furnishing stretches across the grille, with the large star-emblem resting at the centre. We know for one that a more distinct image is carved by factors like these, and they ultimate give the vehicle the true grandeur of a Merc. 

At the bottom, the air intake section is embraced by thick chrome artistry. The headlamp clusters on either side are slim and eye catching, and we thought they complete the picture of the front perfectly. 

The hood has been refined with subtle lines that we thought made for a more awe-inciting vision. The fine curvatures that run across the bonnet further enhance the look, and there was an overall solidity in the design that we haven't witnessed in any other vehicle of the day. 

The flawless metallic skin drapes down from the bonnet into the side profile, wrapping over the wheel arches in a neat fashion. There was a more well toned, prominent bearing in the wheel arches that is sure to attract the attention of younger car lovers. 

When you take a look at the side, you can't help but feel amazed at the serene body lines printed over the door-side. We felt an indomitable spirit of luxury and richness exuded by this set-up, and we'll give the company hats-off for it. 

The 5-spoke well nurtured alloy wheels are also striking, and the well sculpted design further brings out the best in the vehicle's appearance. 

As you trace the shape of the vehicle, you find that the rear area has been beefed up nicely, giving a more harmonious exhibition. There was also an element of grace in the structural disposition, so much so much so that the bulky machine almost has the tone of a sports car if viewed from far away. 

At the rear, the the slender headlamps stretch from the interior of the tail-gate to the side, and we thought there was an inherent, sporty design in them that most people would love. A large chrome strip rests at the bottom of the rear, while the sporty design of the exhaust vents finish the picture off in the cleanest way possible. 

Interiors:

The interiors are large, lavish and comfortable. We've got to tell you, folks, there isn't much that's left behind, and being a Merc, none of its buyers would expect anything less. There is an serene, atmospheric feeling that has been sewn into the place, and it runs over the theme of the car, from the delicate seating to the wood furnished door-sides, the wide dashboard and the eye catching centre console. 

The powerful ambience has further been strengthened with a host of comfort and convenience features, and all in all, we thought the ride couldn't have gotten any better. At the front, the dashboard has been laid out in a smooth textured, jaw-dropping format, and there is a distinct separation between the glove-box area at the bottom and the top region. 

The AC vents on either side come with a unique, circular design, and we thought this adds to the in-genuine look of the interior. The upper region of the dashboard has been rests in a higher platform, and when you take a look at this, you can't help but sense a touch of genius in the layout. 

By the centre of the dash, the large TFT multi-functional display screen gives the entire place a strong, modern look, and we thought this went perfectly with the distinguished aura the vehicle strives to create at every field. The centre console region is adorned with a finely polished wooden surface, and most people would find this irresistible. 

Three circular AC vents have rest right below the TFT screen, while various control switches are propped below. The centre console slides down in a gentle manner, merging into the adjoining area between the seats.

 

The steering wheel has been moulded with the same, sporty design that conventional vehicles are accustomed to, and the emblem of the brand is perched by the centre for a more distinctive touch. 

When you take a look at the advanced-looking instrument cluster, you feel the delicacy of the company's design permeate everything within the cabin. The tachometer and the speedometer within come with attractive dials, and both of them are cloaked with large cowls that dish out a pretty impressive statement. 

Moving away from the dashboard, the doorsides have been lavished the fine wood inlays, and touches of silver within the design make for a more harmonious look. 

If you ask us, we'd tell you that the seating just can't get any more comfortable. Legroom, headroom and shoulder-room is abundant in both of the rows, while the presence of headrests and armrests adds to the integral experience. 

The plush leather upholstery brings a far more enriched taste to the ride than any other factor, and we're sure that few people would have a problem there. 

Performance:

The vehicle is based on the C-class, and most of its inner dynamics share a similar platform with the other model. It is supposed to come with engine variants of both petrol and diesel formats. At the petrol front, there is a 2.0-litre trim that levels some decent specs. This includes a power of 211bhp, and a torque of 350Nm. On the diesel end, there is a 2.0-litre engine that comes in two different tuning states. The first pins power and torque values at 170bhp and 400Nm, while the second surpasses this with 204bhp of power and a grinding torque of 500Nm. Both of the mills are expected to come along with a 9G-Tronic automatic gearbox, and we're sure that shifting gears won't get any easier that it does here. Between both the engines, the mileage would vary between 21 to 25kmpl, and with the size and bulk of this machine, this is a figure that is sure to put a smile on many people's faces. 

Ride and Handling:

Most of us would agree that this company just doesn't compromise. Although the vehicle was modelled for and released in markets abroad, you'd be more than justified in imagining a comfortable ride experience here on harsh Indian roads as well. First, strong disc brakes have been clipped onto the front and rear wheels, ensuring that you face no trouble cornering, braking and coming to a quick stop when needed. Aside from this, the chassis arrangement has also been given a robust design on both ends, capable of decimating most road anomalies here. The agility control comfort suspension ensures that most strains you encounter in other vehicles does not hamper your ride here. We haven't gotten the chance to drive the vehicle first hand, but we've drawn inferences from articles circulated online, which point to a rather comfortable, high quality ride that would please most people. The ride stability is further bolstered with some sound techno programs, including the Anti lock braking system, Electronic brake-force distribution, and many more. 

Safety:

You can expect an exhaustive range of safety facilities, seeing as this is a brand that meets very stringent safety standards across the world. It is going to come with ABS and EBD, which together cement safety during the drive by preventing mishaps. Also to be present is an Adaptive brake system, which further boosts the quality of braking. Electronic stability control would help to keep the vehicle in a balanced field when driving, and at the same time, we're sure it eases the burden of handling for the driver as well. Also present would be conventional parameters such as seatbelts, airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchors, a remote boot release system, and perhaps even an electric parking brake. 

Variants:

The vehicle comes in a sole variant, and this makes a fine bonus for many potential buyers. This trim has it all, from exterior cosmetics and comfort to the safety measures and entertainment facilities. The dazzle that you're to expect includes a Burmester surround sound system, a navigation system, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assists, a parking assist, a TCT multi-functional display screen, split folding rear seats, and a massive boot area. 

Verdict:

You can't help but swell with pride as you look at this vehicle live. We'll spell it out bluntly: this is a vehicle that comes with a lot of advantages, and very few disappointments. It has a thrilling look, vibrantly modelled interiors, an over-flowing list of features, many handling aids and decent performance. However, be aware that this is also a rather expensive piece, and something that you might trade for a less priced model if you can compromise on luxury slightly. At the end of the day, this is a vehicle tailored for those with a fat wallet and a desire for the best. For those who just require a modest vehicle that can get the job done, we'd recommend some other model in a completely different range. 

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