The Mercedes-Benz GLC slots in as compact crossover that's available in two configurations: coupe and SUV. The coupe features a sportier design while the SUV variant features a more classic SUV look. The latest model year of the Mercedes-Benz GLC gets a host of new features, adding active parking assist, keyless entry, and making several tweaks to existing trim levels. If you're a Clemmons driver in the market for a tech-savvy and luxurious crossover SUV, then the Mercedes-Benz GLC is an excellent model to consider. 

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Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV

Mount Airy drivers can look forward to four trim levels with the Mercedes-Benz GLC: GLC 300, GLC 300 4Matic, AMG GLC 43, and AMG GLC 63. The GLC spreads three engines across its trim lineup, providing drivers with a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 (255 horsepower), an available V6 (385 horsepower), and a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that makes 469 horsepower. All engines work with a 9-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive is standard while all-wheel drive is an available option. The base GLC 300 trim comes outfitted with a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment display, heated front seats, a powered tailgate, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, a 14-way driver's seat, and a bundle of driver assistance features. Stepping to one of the AMG trims ensures more power, a sport-tuned air suspension, and a variety of tech and comfort features.

Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe

The Coupe iteration of the Mercedes-Benz GLC features a coupe-like design that airs on the side of sporty. The 2021 model year of the GLC Coupe adds a handful of features, including a surround camera system, a hands-free tailgate, a dash camera, and AMG models get active parking assist. The Coupe model offers up four engine options, four trim levels, and a standard bundle of driver assistance features.