Mercedes GLC Coupe: what's new? Don't worry, there's nothing that impressive
GLC Coupe comes with revealed details and will try to add great value for its price. But will it succeed? Let's find out!
This is the latest addition to the GLC lineup and for some reason it will try to be the best one. As the previous generation. And the previous one. And the previous one. And...you got the point. So, what are we dealing with?
The GLC 220 comes with 170 horsepower via a 2.1-liter diesel power unit, while the GLC 250 offers 204hp with 56.5 mpg and 131 g/km. This power is controlled via a 9G-TRONIC automatic gearbox as a standard. Of course, Mercedes team continues the tradition and will also offer a Sport and a AMG line. These bad boys show some more style and muscles: Garmin Map Pilot navigation system, Active Park Assist, Artico upholstery, keyless start, sporty suspension, electrically operated tail gate and neat 18-inch wheels.
Also, the sporty models can be further refined with optional AMG sport steering wheel with flat bottom, brushed steel sports pedals, Artico leather, AMG bodystyling and 19-inch alloys. Of course, you can't just expect that this is all from Mercedes-AMG. There are additional Premium and Premium Plus upgrade packages that include ambient lightning, infotainment systems, all kinds of keyless entries, safety features as Blind Spot Assist and Lane Tracking assist and many more.
Long story short, you get three base models and about five or six upgrade packs with different kinds of gadgets and tweaks. At first we thought it is a stupid idea, but when you think of it, Mercedes-Benz has been doing this for decades now. Nothing really has changed. As the new model itself. Enjoy.