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Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Plug-in Hybrid
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Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Plug-in Hybrid GLC300e 4Matic AMG Line (A) Review
If internal combustion engines are 'old', hybrids aren't enough and EVs are inconvenient, then the Mercedes-Benz GLC300e could be the answer to your conundrum.
What We Dislike
Slower than 'normal' GLC300
Heftier, with longer stopping distances
Needs regular charging to maintain efficiency
1 Consumer Reviews

The most efficient luxury SUV `
The Mercedes GLC has always been the go-to luxury SUV for Singaporeans as it combines the benefits of a SUV with the desired luxury feeling. Moreover now the GLC comes with a plug-in hybrid variant which personally, is the better engine choice for the era of electric vehicles we live in today. One of the reasons for the GLC's success is how spacious it is. The 4.7m car can comfortably offer sufficient space for 5 adults to sit at one time. The rear seats has the legroom comparable to an E-class and a lot of headroom. As for the driving position, it is very good as a tall person myself, I can sit very high and back. However due to the battery pack, its 620 litre boot space has been reduced to 470 litres, which honestly is still sufficient for a shopping trip to Malaysia. The infotainment system is very similar to the one in C-class, which is the flashy yet intuitive 11.9-inch touchscreen. For me, although I prefer physical buttons, it is still very easy to use, with seamless connectivity and sharp visuals. The ambient lighting definitely uplifts the mood of the cabin, making night drives an uplifting experience. The exterior feels sporty and more muscular, especially in AMG line trim. The 2.0 litre engine produces 201 bhp and 320 Nm of torque, which is mated with an electric motor with 31.2 kWh battery pack producing 134 bhp and 440 Nm of torque. Surprisingly, although the car weighs 2.3 ton, the car feels punchy and power is always at your disposal. Usually the car can run on electric power but when going at higher speeds, the switching between motor and engine feels seamless and the 9-G tronic gearbox is responsive and quick. The car 'knows' when to switch its powertrain, which enables it to achieve astonishing fuel economy figures. Driving normally with a full charge can give around 3 l/100km. However even if the battery runs out, which has a real-world range of 100km, the car still averages around 8 l/100km, which is not bad. Ride quality is what you expect, soft and comfy, allowing it to go over bumps with ease. The added weight is not obvious until you go over bends, which is probably due to rear air suspension to cope with added weight. Driving is relaxing with steering being light, accelerator and brake also feels easy to press. Overall, GLC 300e combines efficiency with luxury and utility, which makes it an excellent choice for a premium SUV.
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