Can the GLC facelift edition save the face of Mercedes in India? Find it out here.

Having made the news via the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz GLC will be coming into India pretty soon. A facelifted edition of the existing Mercedes Benz GLC, this one features a bit of tweak in the design aspect and has updated options like infotainment system and instrument cluster among few. It is one of the new cars in India.

The India bound edition will likely feature some cosmetic changes like reprofiled front and rear bumpers, a whole new grille design and revised LED headlamps and more. It will also have differently designed alloy wheels. It will also bring in the facelifted version in the cabin. The dashboard will come with a new 7.0-inch touchscreen system and will have all new MBUX operating system. The infotainment system will also have voice and gesture control options. There’s also a new instrument cluster with a 12.3-inch digital display. Buy new car online.

Powering the Mercedes Benz GLC facelifted edition is 2.0-liter turbo petrol engine and 2.0-liter diesel engine with a four-cylinder engine. The petrol engine will provide a power of 197 Bhp and a torque of 430 Nm in the GLC 200 edition and will come with 258 Bhp power and 520 Nm of torque in GLC 300 4Matic edition. Buy new car here.

The diesel engine will come with 163Hp/360 Nm of power, 194 Hp/ 400 Nm and 245 Hp/500 Nm in GLC 200D 4Matic, GLC 220d 4Matic, and GLC 300d 4Matic edition. The engines will be mated to 9-speed settings and will have 4Matic four-wheel drive system. It also comes with Dynamic Select system and will have the optional Off-road settings too.

It is set to be priced at Rs 50.90 lakhs for GLC 220d edition, Rs 54.64 lakhs for  GLC 220d Sports edition and Rs 55.04 lakhs for GLC 300 Sport. The major rivals for this one will be BMW X3, Audi Q5, and Volvo XC60. Buy old car here.

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