Used Mercedes-Benz GLC 15-present

Used Mercedes-Benz GLC 2015-present review

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Which used Mercedes-Benz GLC estate should I buy?

The 168bhp 2.1-litre 220d diesel is paired with a nine-speed automatic gearbox. It pulls well enough and can ultimately whisk the GLC from 0-60mph in a respectable 8.3sec, although the gutsier 201bhp 250d can accelerate up to speed quickly in a more relaxed fashion, so is worth the small premium.

The 350d has a powerful yet smooth V6 diesel engine that helps the GLC waft along. It's expensive to run, though, and emits a lot more CO2 than the 220d and 250d.

The GLC 43 4Matic receives a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 petrol engine, a nine-speed automatic transmission and a rear-biased all-wheel drive system, while the GLC 63 and 63 S are range-topping turbocharged V8 models that are ballistically fast and good fun to drive.

AMG Line may be the most expensive trim in the standard GLC range, but it’s actually our favourite. That’s largely because you get a firmer, but more settled, suspension set-up and sharper handling for a relatively small price premium over mid-spec Sport trim.

Our favourite Mercedes-Benz GLC 250d AMG Line

 

Used Mercedes-Benz GLC 15-present

Which used Mercedes-Benz GLC estate should I buy?

The 168bhp 2.1-litre 220d diesel is paired with a nine-speed automatic gearbox. It pulls well enough and can ultimately whisk the GLC from 0-60mph in a respectable 8.3sec, although the gutsier 201bhp 250d can accelerate up to speed quickly in a more relaxed fashion, so is worth the small premium.

The 350d has a powerful yet smooth V6 diesel engine that helps the GLC waft along. It's expensive to run, though, and emits a lot more CO2 than the 220d and 250d.

The GLC 43 4Matic receives a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 petrol engine, a nine-speed automatic transmission and a rear-biased all-wheel drive system, while the GLC 63 and 63 S are range-topping turbocharged V8 models that are ballistically fast and good fun to drive.

AMG Line may be the most expensive trim in the standard GLC range, but it’s actually our favourite. That’s largely because you get a firmer, but more settled, suspension set-up and sharper handling for a relatively small price premium over mid-spec Sport trim.

Our favourite Mercedes-Benz GLC 250d AMG Line

 

Used Mercedes-Benz GLC 15-present
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