Mercedes-Benz 2016 GLC Launched

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Mercedes-Benz 2016 GLC

A name that speaks for itself: The Mercedes-Benz. Now the car is all set with its updated version to launch in India. Mercedes-Benz India has officially launched the 2016 GLC luxury SUV. The car has set a price of 50.9 lakh for the petrol version and 50.7 lakh for the diesel version. The Mercedes GLC had started as the GLK and was available only on the Left Hand Drive (LHD) guise. But the new generation, not only did Mercedes give the SUV its new moniker in-line with the new nomenclature it also introduced the Right Hand Drive (RHD) version.  Mercedes-Benz GLC also gets multiple driving modes and off-road settings that comprise of off-road, incline and slippery.

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Mercedes-Benz GLC is full with new and improved features. It gets a wheelbase of 2873mm, which is 113mm more than the sedan which enhances cabin the space of the SUV. The styling too is in-line with the C-Class and the similarities are evident. A twin-slat grille graces the front with a chrome finished faux skid plate is one of the best parts of its style, while the headlights are remarkably similar to the ones on the C-Class. The rear is the AMG GT inspired tail lamps and twin exhausts surrounded by a good amount of chrome. A 7-inch infotainment screen gives out all the information including a 360-degree view of the SUV, while infotainment features that include 20 CD stereo. It has a Garmin-based navigation and 2 USB ports, Bluetooth connectivity and much more. The boot capacity stands at 550-litres, which can be expanded up to 1600-litres with the rear seats that can be folded down.

A 7-inch infotainment screen gives out all the information including a 360-degree view of the SUV, while infotainment features that include 20 CD stereo. It has a Garmin-based navigation and 2 USB ports, Bluetooth connectivity and much more. The boot capacity stands at 550-litres, which can be expanded up to 1600-litres with the rear seats that can be folded down.

Mercedes GLC comes with the advanced features of parking assist, attention assist, adaptive brake lights, tyre pressure monitoring system and even 7 airbags. One can also get hill descent control as a standard feature. The GLC is being brought to the country as a CBU and will automatically follow Mercedes’ usual plans of being assembled in India. The car is a gem and can’t wait to see it on the roads of India.

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