If you want class, prestige and the option of all wheel drive, this could be the Mercedes Benz for you. The 2019 Mercedes Benz GLC Class has each of these virtues. We would expect nothing less from a company that has built beautiful and extraordinarily well designed cars for decades.
There is an elegance matching the exterior of the 2019 Mercedes Benz GLC Class that envelops a spacious package in fairly aerodynamic forms, while maintaining a defined presence on the road. Among the first three premium crossover SUVs in Germany, this is undoubtedly the most aesthetic in almost every respect. The finishing touch is alloy wheels, which start with a standard size of 18 inches and go up to 20 inches. The Designo line of optional cosmetic keys also provides matte finishes.
Here is one of the best cabins of its kind. The interior of the 2019 Mercedes Benz GLC Class is both comfortable and modern. The qualities of the leathers (optional) and the wooden ornaments are clearly visible, but in an elegant but well thought out design. It is easy to find the ideal driving position, even for small drivers, while the outward vision is excellent. There is enough space for five occupants in total and, in addition to the comfortable seats, you’ll enjoy plenty of storage space such as the large glove box, large pockets for the doors and a compartment in the center console. Behind the rear seats, there is 20.5 cubic feet of cargo space.
Speaking of its predecessor, the 2019 Mercedes Benz GLC Class should live up to the expectations of engines already available in the previous version. That said, a number of new and updated engines should also be planned. A 2.0 liter turbocharged four cylinder is at the heart of everything. The previous model produced 241 horses and 273 pounds of torque. The popular convention is that a slight increase in power is expected, probably 255 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque, the exact performance that class C has provided. If you follow the form, the new 2019 Mercedes Benz GLC Class should also benefit from this increase in power, as well as all other engine options offered by Mercedes, including a plugin hybrid version that will continue to use the GLC 350e designation.
The current Mercedes GLC has a starting price of around $ 40,000 for the GLC300 model. This price rises to $ 49,990 for the GLC 350e, $ 56,250 for the AMG GLC 43 and $ 69,900 for the AMG GLC 63 at the highest rank. It goes without saying that a price increase is almost certain for all versions of the 2019 Mercedes Benz GLC Class. Mercedes has not specified the price that will increase its price, but expects that the basic model costs a little more expensive now, between 42,000 and 44,000 dollars perhaps. All other adjustments should follow their example, including the AMG GLC 63, which is now expected to cost more than $ 70,000.