New Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Merriam, KS

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As a company that continues to innovate and excite, Mercedes-Benz has recently undergone the task of shuffling its vehicles’ nomenclature. One such example can be found here, where the Mercedes-Benz GLC replaces the former Mercedes-Benz GLK. While the naming convention may have changed, the vehicle remains true to form as a leader in the luxury SUV category. Its bold, sculpted exterior demands the attention of every eye it passes, and the spacious interior provides a ride seldom found in an SUV. With the redesign, Mercedes-Benz has launched two models — the GLC300 and the GLC300 4MATIC. The biggest difference between the two is that the 4MATIC includes the innovative Mercedes-Benz four-wheel drive technology.

Highlights
Relaxing, Expansive Interior

Relaxing, Expansive Interior

With the upgrade from the GLK to the GLC, customers will find a redesigned cabin that offers several technological upgrades. In addition to all the added technology, they will also find that the vehicle’s interior offers far more space to relax. This is thanks to the GLC being 2-inches wider than the previous GLK.

Optional AIR BODY CONTROL

Optional AIR BODY CONTROL

For the most relaxing and comfortable ride possible, customers should not hesitate to add the optional AIR BODY CONTROL 4-wheel multi-chamber air suspension to their GLC. This system utilizes unique underbody technologies that make it feel lighter than what you would find in any other SUV.

DYNAMIC SELECT

DYNAMIC SELECT

Helping to give drivers the experience that they want, the Mercedes-Benz GLC comes equipped with a DYNAMIC SELECT control system which allows the driver to choose between five different driving programs: ECO, COMFORT, SPORT, SPORT+, and INDIVIDUAL.

Available Trim Levels
GLC-Class DUMMY TRIM (REMOVE IT IN FUTURE)
GLC-Class DUMMY TRIM (REMOVE IT IN FUTURE)
4.0L Engine
1 Excludes all options, taxes, title registration, $925 transportation charge and dealer preparation fees.
2 EPA estimated fuel economy. Compare the estimated mpg to the estimated mpg of other vehicles. You may get different mileage depending on how fast you drive, weather conditions and trip length. Your actual highway mileage will probably be less than the highway estimate.