2023 Mercedes-Benz GLC To Begin at $48,250

Mercedes confirmed that the next 2023 GLC-class SUV will cost between $48,250 and $54,500.

Behind the 2023 GLC’s remarkably identical exterior to the outgoing generation comes an entirely new design.

Mercedes plans to bring a plug-in hybrid vehicle to the U.S. later.

Springtime ushers in a new generation of GLC-class vehicles. Mercedes has published prices prior to the imminent arrival of the crossover. The rear-drive GLC300 now begins at $48,200, and adding Merc’s 4Matic all-wheel drive adds an additional $2000 to the base price.



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Following in the footsteps of the C-class, the GLC’s new generation introduces two additional trim options. The Exclusive trim includes a Burmester sound system, navigation, a 360-degree camera, and illuminated door sills for a starting price of $50,500. The Pinnacle trim has all standard features as well as those from the Exclusive trim, including augmented video for navigation and a head-up display.

In addition to a somewhat higher price, the GLC-class has physically grown for its new generation. The new GLC is 2.4 inches longer than its predecessor from front to back. Moreover, the wheelbase has grown by 0.6 inches, providing for a 0.1-inch increase in rear legroom. The increase in luggage space is more noticeable, with the new car offering three cubic feet more than the previous model.

The GLC will be equipped with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a 48-volt hybrid powertrain via an integrated starter-generator when it initially arrives in dealerships. Comparable to the C300 sedan, this engine produces 255 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque and is mated with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Customers will have the option between the normal rear-wheel-drive configuration and Mercedes’ 4Matic all-wheel-drive technology. After the debut of the regular GLC, a plug-in hybrid and AMG variants are expected to follow.

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