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(launched 2016, facelifted Oct-2020)

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GLC200 (A)  New Facelift
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$22,400 /yr 13km/L 194bhp 9G-Tronic (A)
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GLC300 4MATIC (A)  New Facelift

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$23,600 /yr 12.5km/L 255bhp 9G-Tronic (A)
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GLC43 AMG 4MATIC (A)  New Facelift
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- 9.9km/L 385bhp 9G-Tronic (A) AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT
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- 8.3km/L 503bhp 9G-Tronic (A) AMG Speedshift MCT
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Price updated 16-Apr-2021

Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class
4 stars - based on 7 reviews
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It's either this or the new X3
Been a fan of this car since it's launch in 15 and has been contemplating to change to it. Main reason not doing so is the same as many others. Old car loan still a big factor... Finally the W212 is reaching it's 7th year and loan coming to an end. It's time to start looking for an SUV as the E class is starting to croak. And I am not young anymore as climbing in and out of a saloon is starting to strain my knees. Went for a few test drives among the SUV models and it all a fair fight between this car and the new X3...Would love to buy an MACAN, CAYENNE or even better the URUS. But realistically, my pockets is quite shallow. The X3 is quieter, more powerful and NEW.. With LED dashboard all in etc... The GLC200 facelift model will take some time before coming to our shores but it gives me a good sense of reliability, which is important to me as it will be driven by the missus. All in all, had a chat with my CFO and she gave the green light on the GLC200.. Thus will be waiting for it's delivery around July... Any longer I will have no car to drive cos Road tax and Insurance due in July...
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Brand new GLC sent to workshop twice in less than a month!
After viewing a few continental SUV, I finally settled for the GLC and bought it from C&C and was delivered to me in March'19. It seems like I've made a bad choice. After 1 week my car stalled and had to be tow back to workshop. I was informed that the "Accelerator module" Was faulty and need to be replaced. After 2 weeks out from the workshop, my car engine vibrate and engine warning signal showed up. Car was again towed back to workshop. Guess my expectation on MB reliability has dropped significantly.
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Good car despite her selling price GLC250 Coupe
Test drove this year end 2018. Took it out for the usual route. Car looks big but visibility is quite bad for rear view. Small windows decrease your visibility. Car is heavy for stability, cornering is good, and the inside looks up to date. Car hit legal speed limit without much pushing and it is a breeze to be the driver (the same cannot be said for rear passenger). OVerall, a good car to own, but at their price (was 230k thereabout), and with the new x3 launch at 220k and the ever reliability of lexus RX at 210k... Still a tough fight.
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Desirable stylish suv
In the market for compact/mid size suv and test drove the GLC 200. This is definitely more of a want than a need with the stunning exterior. Was one of our top considerations given its competitive pricing, but main issue is the interior size isnt as big as what the exterior suggested. Given that the GLC is derived from the C class, can see why its a bit tight inside for whats supposed to be a mid size suv. Its interior is not much different from other compact suvs, in fact smaller in some aspects. After comparing numbers, the BMW X1 for example has higher/more head room, more cargo volume and even higher ground clearance compared to this GLC. And with new X3 now sized up like the X5, can't even compare. Aside from that, its a smooth looking suv. Under the hood, the 2.0L engine was powerful enough and a great drive. However, the handling was average and on the unresponsive side.
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