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Quick Facts about Mercedes Benz GLC Class
Mercedes Benz GLC Class Coupe, SUV has 4 versions available in India. GLC Class has 2 Diesel Cars, 2 Petrol Cars. Mercedes Benz GLC Class comes in 6 colors, namely Brilliant Blue, Designo Hyacinth Red, Diamond Silver, Obsidian Black, Polar White and Selenite Grey.

Mercedes Benz GLC Class Price in Popular Cities

Delhi Delhi 62.08 - 90.21 Lakhs Arrow
Mumbai Mumbai 63.35 - 97.97 Lakhs Arrow
Bangalore Bangalore 66.96 - 97.95 Lakhs Arrow
Pune Pune 63.29 - 97.86 Lakhs Arrow
Chennai Chennai 63.35 - 94.07 Lakhs Arrow
Kolkata Kolkata 58.37 - 86.66 Lakhs Arrow

Mercedes Benz GLC Class Colours

Brilliant Blue
Designo Hyacinth Red
Diamond Silver
Obsidian Black
Metalic
Polar White
Selenite Grey
Metalic

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Summary

Mercedes Benz C Class, a Sedan has 7 versions available in India. C Class has 4 Petrol cars and 3 Diesel cars. Mercedes Benz C Class comes in 12 colours, namely, Brilliant Blue, Cavansite Blue, Citrine Brown, Graphite Grey, Hyacinth Red, Iridium Silver, Mojave Silver, Obsidian Black, Polar White, Selenite Grey, Selenite Grey Magno, Tenorite Grey.

The refreshed Mercedes-Benz C-Class arrives in India with a mid-life update. It gets a refreshed fascia and rejigged powertrain options and is available across three trim levels powered by a downsized diesel engine available in two states of tune. Mercedes has priced the refreshed C-Class at Rs 40 lakhs for the 220d Prime, Rs 44.5 lakhs for C220d Progressive and Rs 48.5 lakhs for the C300d AMG Line. The facelifted C-Class continues to lock horns with its arch-rivals which include the BMW 3 Series and Audi A4 (both of which are due for an update). It also comes as an alternative to the Jaguar XE and Volvo S60.

The overall cabin layout is unchanged in the new C, but there are a few subtle changes to keep things looking fresh. For instance, the material used for the dashboard gets new options while the steering wheel controls are revised. The centre mounted screen is now larger and measures 10.25-inch. The infotainment screen comes with features of smartphone integration as well. The ambient lighting has no less than 64 shade. Also, the upholstery can be opted in black, beige, brown or combination of any two of these.

The C-Class facelift gets a cosmetic updates which include a revised front grille and bumpers. The grille can now also be had in the diamond radiator grille with chrome pins instead of the standard dual-louvred one. The bumpers get an AMG-like design with larger intakes and a sporty bumper lip. The headlight signature is redesigned, but if you upgrade it to LED High Performance ones offered by Mercedes, you get the multiple LEDs with subtle DRL in between which looks simply stunning. The tail lights get a revised scheme with a C-shaped strip integrated inside with a cluster of LEDs. The sedan sits on newly designed alloy wheel options available in sizes from 16-inch up to 18-inch. The measurements at 4686x1810x1442mm remain unchanged.

Mercedes-Benz is offering the new C-Class is only one diesel engine which also powers the updated E-Class. The 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel is available in two guises – C220d and C300d. The former produces 194bhp at 3800rpm while the latter is good for an output of 245bhp/370Nm. The 9G-Tronic transmission is new to the C-Class, replacing the older 7G-Tronic, and is standard across the trims sending power to the rear wheels only.

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