Mercedes-Benz GLC Specifications
|Engine||1991 – 1998 CC||Transmission||Automatic||Fuel Type||Petrol / Diesel|
|Max Power||194bhp@3800rpm||Seating Capacity||5||Drive Type||AWD|
The second-generation GLC SUV from Mercedes-Benz has been introduced in India, with prices starting at Rs. 73.5 lakh (ex-showroom). It costs more than the previous model—nearly Rs 11 lakh more. The most recent version of the GLC adds a variety of hybrid powertrains, more features, and updated design. Although India only receives two mild-hybrid powertrains, the SUV’s powertrain, which offers both petrol and diesel alternatives, has been electrified utilizing plug-in hybrid and mild hybrid systems.
Price of a Mercedes-Benz GLC
Starting from Rs. 73.50 Lakh (Ex-Showroom), the Mercedes-Benz GLC costs.
GLC engine from Mercedes-Benz
With both its gasoline and diesel engines, the GLC now comes with a 48V mild hybrid system. The 2.0-liter gasoline engine produces 258PS/400Nm, whereas the latter is a 2-liter diesel engine with 197PS/440Nm. A 9-speed automatic transmission is mated to both. In foreign regions, the premium SUV is also offered with plug-in hybrid alternatives, including one 331PS diesel engine and two petrol engines with up to 381PS each.
Characteristics of the Mercedes-Benz GLC
The second-generation MBUX UI is used by the 12.3-inch digital driver’s display and 11.9-inch infotainment system in the 2013 Mercedes-Benz GLC. A number of ADAS features, including adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistance, lane departure warning, trailer maneuvering system, and park aid, have also been added by Mercedes. Additionally, it has seven passenger-protection airbags.
Competitors of the Mercedes-Benz GLC
Competitors of the Mercedes GLC include the Audi Q5, BMW X3, and Volvo XC60.