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As premium SUVs go, the GLC offers a good range of engines and a pleasant interior with plenty of space for occupants. It’s the plug-in hybrid versions with their huge electric range that make it stand out above rivals, though, especially for company car drivers.
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Entry-level AMG Line certainly gets plenty of equipment including 19in alloy wheels, an electric tailgate, LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera, electrically adjusted leather seats, three-zone climate control and a 10.3in touchscreen infotainment system with sat nav.
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The petrol variant of the GLC plug-in hybrid grants you access to 208bhp and a 0-62mph sprint of 5.7sec. Unlike the GLC300, the PHEV doesn’t struggle from a standstill, with the hybrid system giving you instant power and acceleration. Disappointingly, the GLC300e’s electric-only range is less than 30 miles, meaning that it sits in a higher tax band than most of its PHEV rivals
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