The Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 is a nice luxury small SUV. It's simple and enjoyable to drive, with strong turning ability, a comfortable ride, and a variety of interesting engine options. A base turbocharged engine delivers quick acceleration and good fuel economy, although AMG variants with additional power, enhanced handling, and agility are available.
The cabin of the Mercedes GLC 2021 is made up of high-quality materials and is covered in an appealing and sophisticated style. Simply told, this is one of the class's greatest interiors. And also well-insulated from most traffic and wind sounds outdoors.
The MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) infotainment system is standard on the GLC. A 10.25-inch touch panel with stunning graphics is easily accessible to the driver. The menus are simple to navigate, and your requests are executed fast.
A touchpad on the centre console may be be used to manage the interface, though some reviewers argue that it isn't as precise as a rotary knob seen on some other luxury vehicles (and one which Mercedes used to). User can alter various functions conversationally using voice recognition in the style of "Hey, Mercedes."
A 10.25-inch touch screen, voice recognition, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, HD Radio, two front USB ports, and two rear USB ports are all standard features in the infotainment system. Augmented-reality navigation, a Burmester surround-sound audio with 13 speakers, wireless device charging, infotainment gesture control, and satellite radio are among the available infotainment options. A 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, proximity keyless entry, dual-zone automatic temperature control, and a household-style power outlet are also included as standard features. 64-color ambient inside lighting, tri-zone automated climate control, and a panoramic roof are also available.
The regular GLC SUV has 19.4 cubic feet of load capacity behind its rear seats, which is average for a luxury compact SUV. The second row folds down to create a capacity of 56.5 cubic feet.