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Introducing the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé

Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé

Taking the enhanced practicality that comes with an SUV and combining it with the low-slung appearance of a coupé is not a straight-forward task to say the least.

However, Mercedes-Benz have managed to successfully accomplish this unique blend with the GLC Coupé. As you have probably guessed, the Coupé is derived from the standard GLC SUV. The most noticeable difference is the sloping roofline that blends seamlessly into the rear end of the vehicle.

Apart from that, the rest of the car shares a number of similarities with its regular SUV counterpart, which includes neat design details, striking alloy wheel designs, and eye-catching features. Keep on reading to learn more about the GLC Coupé.


Design and Practicality

Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé

Practicality is sometimes dented by design, especially when talking about coupés, but the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé manages to offer decent SUV practicality, complemented by fine design. What is more, state-of-the-art technology and performance are also excellent.

Despite the sloping roofline, the interior of the GLC is airy and spacious, offering more space than the outgoing model, which makes for an enjoyable place to sit during longer journeys. The driver will certainly find it easy to get comfortable because the front seats offer acres of adjustment, with plenty of headroom for even the tallest of people.

The rear of the vehicle is much of the same story, with the rear doors opening plenty wide enough to make it easy to fit a child's seat, which can be secured with the accessible ISOFIX anchor points.

Boot capacity has also been increased over the generation it replaces. Therefore, you will find 545 litres, increasing to 1,490 litres with the seats folded, a 45-litre and 90-litre increase respectively.

Plug-in hybrid versions feature a 390-litre boot, which increases to 1,335 litres with the seats folded.

Technology and Safety

Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé

Enter the cabin, and you are greeted with the striking digital ambiance Mercedes-Benz are known for.

A new 11.9-inch central touchscreen is showcased, giving an almost floating sensation, complemented by a 12.3-inch instrument display that follows the same floating vibe.

The Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé is not just about striking digital design though, as it is backed up with cutting-edge technology and safety to make driver and passenger experiences, as impressive as possible.

There are sophisticated systems to make parking easier and safer, along with 'Driving Assistance Plus2' package to further enhance comfort and safety behind the wheel.

And as with electric being a large part of future transport, the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé comes as standard with mild-hybrid technology, along with the plug-in hybrid versions available too.

Engines and Performance

Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé

Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé is now available as either a mild-hybrid, or plug-in hybrid. Essentially, the former does not need plugging in, whilst the latter does.

There are two mild hybrid petrol versions - the GLC 200 4MATIC and GLC 300 4MATIC, and two mild hybrid diesel versions in the form of the GLC 220 d 4MATIC and GLC 300 d 4MATIC. All four perform well, with 0 to 62mph taking between 6.3 and 8.1 seconds, depending on spec.

Elsewhere, these are joined by two petrol plug-in hybrid versions - GLC 300 e 4MATIC and GLC 400 e 4MATIC, and one diesel plug-in hybrid in the form of the GLC 300 de 4MATIC.

The GLC 400 e 4MATIC is the quickest of the standard range, with 0 to 62mph taking 5.6 seconds. All PHEV versions take under 7 seconds to do the 0 to 62mph sprint.

GLC Plug-in Hybrid total electric range is up to 80 miles. Of course, all models feature 4MATIC all-wheel drive, stated in their names. 


Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé

The plug-in hybrid version of the new Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé is available with two petrol engines and a single diesel engine, as mentioned previously.

Fast charging capability is possible on these specific models, with an optional 60 kW DC charger, which sees the Plug-In Hybrid versions of the GLC Coupé fully charged in around 30 minutes.

Test drive the new Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé

Considering how difficult it is to blend coupé styling with SUV levels of practicality, Mercedes-Benz have made it look remarkably easy. The GLC Coupé's appearance is sharp and assertive, without being overbearing.

Head inside, and the pursuit of elegant style has not compromised on the all-important space and practicality. Add in the efficient and powerful range of engines to an already well-rounded package, and the GLC Coupé represents another fine addition to the Mercedes-Benz range.

Please contact your preferred Stratstone Mercedes-Benz retailer to find out more or to book a test drive.