Mercedes-Benz has officially announced the introduction of the new GLC on the Australian continent.
After being launched on the Old Continent, Australians are now also able to buy the brand new Mercedes-Benz GLC. According to the car company, the vehicle has been launched in three versions, the GLC 220d 4MATIC, priced from 64,500 AUD, the GLC 250 4MATIC, costing 67,900 AUD, and the range-topping GLC 250d 4MATIC, which will be setting you back for 69,900 AUD. Mercedes-Benz says that all versions of the GLC Are using the 4MATIC permanent all-wheel drive and power is being sent to the wheels through a 9G-Tronic 9-speed automatic transmission.
Some of the standard features found on the GLC 220d include the LED Intelligent Light System, the Garmin MAP PILOT satellite navigation system, the 19-inch alloy wheels, side steps, a 360-degree view camera, electric front seats and so on. Customers can also get the Collision Prevention Assist Plus, the blind spot monitoring system and the nine airbags. The GLC 250 petrol burner is adding the Driver Assistance Package Plus, the 20-inch wheels, the leather seats, keyless go, adaptive cruise control and more. The total load capacity of the trunk stands at 580 liters but if this doesn’t seem like enough for you, than you can always fold the rear seats flat into the floor and get up to 1,600 liters. The Mercedes-Benz GLC will become available for order in the Pacific country on the 1st of September and these vehicles will be assembled in the Bremen, Germany, plant, along with the C-Class.