With a spec-adjusted price gap of $1000 versus a regular GLC300, is there any reason not to buy the plug-in hybrid?
‘New and improved’ is the usual catchcry for midlife automotive updates, but in the case of the Mercedes-Benz GLC, there’s still further room for improvement.
The updated Mercedes-Benz GLC keeps the top-selling luxury SUV fresh. But if you can stretch to the pricier GLC300 version, you ought to.
A popular model for Mercedes-Benz, the revised GLC must take the fight to other heavy hitters in the segment. With new infotainment and tech inclusions, it is primed for that fight.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC 300e is an $80k plug-in hybrid that can do about 40km of pure-electric driving. If you're a city slicker after a luxury crossover it has merit, despite some trade-offs.
Mercedes-Benz has upgraded its top-selling GLC, giving the BMW X3 and Audi Q5 some stiffer competition. This is a review following our first drive at the international launch event in Germany.
The most affordable petrol-powered Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe – the GLC250 – is a prestigious crossover with more than a bit of practicality on its side.
Honey, I shrunk the GLE: The new mid-sized GLC Coupe has arrived in Australia. Is it up to its sporty pitch?
The mid-sized Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV crosses over into sporty territory with the new Coupe version. Is it a gimmick? Or is there substance beneath the swoopy new styling?
While we think the GLC250d is the pick of the broadly appealing GLC range, the GLC220d still presents as a compelling value proposition. CarAdvice spends a week with the GLC220d to asses just how appealing it is.
Mercedes-Benz joins the medium-SUV party with a bang. We drive the all-new GLC range in Melbourne...