The GLC and its predecessor, the GLK have proven to be hugely successful for Mercedes. It takes everything that’s loveable about the C-Class and puts it into a larger, more practical SUV format. For 2020 the GLC is getting a thorough refresh with a new engine, a better infotainment system, and a better ride. Be it the coupe or the SUV, on the road or offroad, AMG or standard, the new GLC is getting a pretty nice upgrade.
For a car that competes in the hotly contested compact luxury crossover segment, the GLC has fared pretty well. Remember, rivals to the GLC include the BMW X3, the Audi Q5, and the Volvo XC60, but the Mercedes has always been able to hold its own. If anything, the past GLC was a bit uninteresting to drive, erring on the side of luxury and comfort rather than engagement and sportiness.
This new refreshed model doubles down on that mindset, with more features and technology. It’s not a canyon carving crossover, but it has a few tricks up its sleeve to impress drivers and passengers.
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