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The Mercedes GLC range was first launched in 2015. GLC 2019 was discontinued in 2020 because it was replaced by an updated trim GLC 2020.
The showroom price for GLC starts from INR 50.86 Lakh and goes up to INR 56.75 Lakh. Both the petrol and diesel variant has a different recorded price which ranges from INR 50.86 - 56.34 Lakh for the diesel variant and INR 51.25-56.75 Lakh for the petrol variant.
Moreover, the GLC 2019 comes in 6 colours: Polar Black, Obsidian Black, Mojave Silver, Hyacinth Red Metallic, Graphite Grey and Cavansite Blue. Its competitors are BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60.
It has a 2.0 Litre, four-cylinder engine which harnesses a power of 194 bhp @3800 RPM and churns a torque output of 400 Nm @1600-2800 RPM.
Both GLC 200 and 220 D 4Matic variants have a 9-speed automatic transmission.
The boot space capacity is a massive 550 Litres.
The Mercedes GLC 2019 gives a mileage of 12.74 Km/L with a fuel tank capacity of 66 Litres.
The GLC leaps at 0-100 Km in 7.9 seconds.
On the safety front, it has airbags (passenger, driver, side-front and side-rear), ABS, central locking, and park-assists, which can be controlled by Mercedes' connected car tech mobile app. Through this app, it will automatically call for emergency services in case of an accident or break-down.
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When introduced in 2015, the Mercedes GLC range replaced the GLK-class. In 2019, the GLC range received a mid-life update, adding a new and improved infotainment centre-MBUX, cosmetic uplift and BS-VI-compliant engines.
Belonging to what the automaker calls its C-class SUV, the 2019 GLC gave the Mercedes a massive leap in cutting-edge technology by adding the MBUX infotainment centre. Lately, in 2021, the Mercedes launched GLC 2021 packed with more new features. The talking point is a 360-degree camera with top-notch quality and display and two new colour options in 2021: High-tech Silver and Brilliant Blue.
The Mercedes GLC 2019 made things simpler for India with the debut of the MBUX system in India. Apart from that, the boot space makes space for a spare tyre without compromising luggage space. The touchscreen above the three circular air vents is large at 10.52 inches, which can be controlled by touch or voice commands. More updates include 19-inch alloy wheels, sunblinds for rear windows, full LED headlamps, LED taillamps, etc.
Not much has changed in GLC 2019 from Mercedes' previous SUVs. The Mercedes GLC 2019 comes with two options-petrol and diesel. Its last recorded price is INR 50.86 Lakh and is available in 2 variants in India: 200 Sport and 220 D 4Matic.
The GLC 2019 is offered in 6 colours-Polar Black, Obsidian Black, Mojave Silver, Hyacinth Red Metallic, Graphite Grey and Cavansite Blue. Its competitors are BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60.
The Mercedes GLC 2019 is a good choice for space, practicality and comfort.
The fuel economy is efficient with BS-VI compliant engines.
Its luxurious interior features dual-zone climate control, wireless smartphone charger, five USB type-C ports, 9-speaker sound system, ambient lighting, sunblinds for rear windows and a sunroof.
The all-new MBUX infotainment system steals the show for the first time in India, a voice command interface that can also be controlled by touch sensors on a trackpad in the centre console and touchpads on the steering wheels.
The 'Mercedes Me' app can be used to access power controls inside the car, track your Mercedes and even send SOS messages to concerned authorities in case of emergencies.
The AWD mechanism facilitates a smooth drive in all conditions. Not only refinement, but the GLC is also better in terms of power and torques when compared to previous models in this segment.
The GLC 2019 lags behind its competitor XC60 in terms of safety features. It does not come equipped with radar-based safety tech, which is available in XC60 for the same money.
It lacks a 360-degree camera for better rearview, which means poor rear visibility.
It weighs slightly more than its rivals.
The seat base is quite short, which provides less support to the thighs and can get uncomfortable in long journeys.
The new trims in the GLC range come with slightly better torque and power.
At last, the infotainment system does not sit well and seems protruding. It seems like an afterthought but is a great addition overall.
Overall, the Mercedes GLC 2019 makes for a great luxurious ride. In terms of looks, it slots somewhere between a coupe and an SUV-more like a crossover. The front of the GLC 2019 adds more style and power by drawing inspiration from the large signature grilles. Moreover, on the outside, the improved ground clearance, sturdy bumper, gorgeous full LED headlamps and taillamps make the GLC more tempting.
Performance-wise, the GLC sits right with the driver's comfort and practicality. The AWD drive mechanism makes the drive smooth with less sound and vibrations. The engine power and torques numbers are slightly low compared to X3, which gets a 188-bhp motor. But even with 194 bhp, the GLC has enough power to promise an exceptional ride.
It gives complete control in the driver's hands, ready to sincerely follow every command. You will not have any trouble shifting gears, neither will you feel the bumps, nor speed breakers, all courtesy of its smooth suspension and handling.
The GLC 2019 gets its sculpted cabin from the C-class range. Although the layout and touch of the interior remain unchanged, the premium quotient is still intact. Finally, GLC 2019 is a good buy for people who enjoy luxurious SUVs with a hint of the sporty rear.
Body Type SUV
Fuel Type Diesel
Seating Capacity 5
Fuel Tank Capacity 66