2016 Mercedes GLC Exterior, Engine - Mercedes Benz Cars Review
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2016 Mercedes GLC Exterior, Engine, The exterior design language of the 2016 Mercedes GLC is quite obvious. The 2016 GLC from Mercedes comes with rounded body panels that get motivation from the C-Class. Actually, the crossover resembles a 2015 model C-Class Wagon on stilts by means of plastic dressing, and a smaller back overhang. The new exterior design of the new Mercedes GLC not only makes it more attractive, but it also gives the vehicle a sporty posture that the earlier models lacked against their competitors.Though a clear picture about the developments in the interior of the 2016 Mercedes GLC is still a secret without actual pictures to run by, it is expected that the cabin layout of the new vehicle is heavily derived from the cabin of the C-Class. So, naturally, these features will offer a luxurious look to the cabin of the new GLC because the Mercedes C-Class has one among the most stunning, fair and luxurious interiors on the market. From this viewpoint, the GLC will outgun both its rivals, the Audi Q5 and the BMW X3, which are not precisely fresh in this section. So, buyers can expect a contemporary dashboard, simple, yet stylish center console and stack, and a standard 7-inch monitor for the COMAND system besides other standard interior features.The Mercedes GLC will be equipped with the same engine as that of the C-Class. In the United States, the vehicle will come equipped with two engine options, such as the 2.0-liter, I-4 engine that offers the vehicle the required power of 241 HP and the V6, 3.0-liter engine to get the power of 329 HP. Even though not yet authenticated, the 2016 GLC will also be equipped with a four-cylinder, 2.1-liter diesel engine from GLK250 BlueTEC to power it with 200 HP. These engines will be mated to a new nine-paced mechanical transmission. The new GLC is expected to come with both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive systems, according to the engine.
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