2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 Review
Tampering with a successful formula can go sideways on you real quick. Fortunately, Mercedes approached the 2020 GLC 30O with restraint, leaving it to reign as the best choice in its segment.
Exterior design changes were limited to the front and rear fascias with new headlights and taillights included as well.
Fitting the MBUX user interface to the interior brought a new screen with outstanding resolution to go along with the already stylish overall treatment.
Power comes from a 255-horsepower 2.0-liter turbo four, which is also good for 273 lb-ft of torque. A nine(!) speed automatic routes power to either the rear wheels or all four, depending upon your choice. Competently swift is the best description of the way it goes. Quiet, smooth and composed fit too.
Bottom line, I liked its predecessor and I like this one too. You’ll definitely want to check it out if you’re shopping in this category.
Pricing starts at $42,500.