2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC ratings and reviews
Mercedes-Benz’s class of 2018 GLCs includes an SUV and a coupe body style, each with their own trims that let drivers mold the GLC to their needs. The GLC 300 SUV’s 2.0-liter inline-4 turbo engine with 241-horsepower makes you rethink the SUV with its quick acceleration. A standard 9-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters provides a smooth ride, while its ECO start/stop system lets the GLC 300 get 22/28 city/highway mpg. The GLC 300 4MATIC is the coupe’s base model, giving drivers the feel of a luxury car with the performance of an SUV. The same engine and transmission come standard in the 4MATIC, but the exterior and interior are notably sportier with 19-inch 5-spoke wheels, a power sunroof, and a full media interface. The AMG trims for each offer luxurious perks for supreme comfort and style, like power front memory seating, AMG body styling, and an AMG Nappa/DINAMICA Performance steering wheel.