Compare Mercedes-Benz GLC to Mercedes-Benz GLB

Mercedes-Benz SUVs are both beautiful and powerful, with lavish interiors and muscular engines. Small luxury SUVs are highly sought after because they're easy to navigate through busy traffic in Winston-Salem. The new Mercedes-Benz GLB and GLC are two of our best luxury crossovers. Though they're similarly sized, these two SUVs have some important differences.

To help Clemmons drivers decide which compact luxury SUV is best for them, we've created this comparison of both models' performance, cabin quality, technology, and safety.

Performance

You'll enjoy brisk acceleration when scooting around Salisbury in either one of these luxury SUVs. The Mercedes-Benz GLB comes standard with a 221-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine that has plenty of zip. Move up to the AMG GLB 35 SUV in Mount Airy and you'll have a 302-horsepower version of that same engine and 4MATIC all-wheel drive. When properly equipped, the AMG GLB 35 can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.1 seconds.

The Mercedes-Benz GLC comes with a 255-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine that has ample oomph for daily driving. For even more excitement, the AMG GLC 43 SUV in Lexington is powered by a 385-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine and all-wheel drive. It can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in only 4.7 seconds!

Interior Space and Cargo

Both these small luxury SUVs have roomy interiors with sumptuous materials. The Mercedes-Benz GLC has one of the nicest cabins in its class, with genuine wood, carbon fiber, or aluminum accents. The Mercedes-Benz GLB is also awash in high-end materials, but it's not quite as lavish as the GLC.

Wilkesboro drivers who pack a lot of suitcases for excursions will appreciate that the Mercedes-Benz GLB has 27 cubic feet of cargo space behind its second-row seats and 62 cubic feet with these seats folded. The Mercedes-Benz GLC only has 19.4 cubic feet of cargo space with its back seats upright and 56.5 cubic feet of room with those seats down.

Large families in Winston-Salem will prefer the Mercedes-Benz GLB. Its optional third row allows it to hold seven people. The Mercedes-Benz GLC is strictly a two-row SUV with seating for five.

Technology

You'll love driving the Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV in Clemmons because it comes with the high-tech MBUX infotainment system. You can control it by voice commands, the touch screen, a touchpad on the center console, or touch-sensitive buttons on the steering wheel. The Mercedes-Benz GLB has an almost identical MBUX infotainment system. About the only difference between the two systems is that the GLC comes with a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, while the GLB has a standard a 7-inch digital gauge cluster.

Safety

You'll feel safe and secure with Mercedes-Benz GLB SUV in Salisbury because it comes standard with six driver-assist features. Its forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking warns you if a front impact is imminent and applies the brakes if you don't respond in time. The Mercedes-Benz GLC comes with seven advanced active safety features. Its automated parking system can steer the SUV into a parking spot with little or no driver intervention.

Contact Mercedes-Benz of Winston-Salem to Arrange a Test Drive in a New Luxury SUV

The new Mercedes-Benz GLC and Mercedes-Benz GLB are two of the finest small luxury SUVs on the market. Mercedes-Benz of Winston-Salem has both models for sale near Mount Airy. With financing or a Mercedes-Benz lease deal, you may be able to drive a new Mercedes-Benz SUV for less than you thought. Our team is ready to provide you with options that can make driving your dream vehicle a reality. Contact us to find out more or visit our dealership in person to test drive a new luxury SUV.

  1. Mercedes-Benz of Winston-Salem

    691 Jonestown Road
    Winston-Salem, NC 27103

    • Sales: 800-489-1217
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