It gets a new grille and headlights.
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It received a "Good" rating in every crash test.
Can't decide between an Audi SQ5, BMW X4 M40i, or Porsche Macan GTS? Let Benz make your decision even harder with the arrival of the new Mercedes-AMG GLC43 here at the 2016 New York Auto Show.
The Mercedes-AMG GLC43 matches up a 362-hp V6 with a nine-speed automatic and a rear-wheel-biased all-wheel-drive system, for a 4.8-second run to 60.
This Christmas card published by Mercedes-Benz on Facebook appears to have shown the body shell for the upcoming GLC Coupe crossover before it was taken down.
We test the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC on the roads around Atlanta. The GLC300 is lighter, larger, and more fuel-efficient that the outgoing GLK.
Mercedes-Benz has introduced the all-new GLC-Class, formerly known as the GLK, a CUV that shares the handsome aesthetics of the C- and S-Class inside and out.
Our paparazzi have spotted the upcoming new Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class crossover wearing only the skimpiest of disguise, just one day ahead of its scheduled debut.
Mercedes-Benz is calling 2015 its "Year of the SUV." This means, in addition to the debut of the GLE-Class Coupe in Detroit, we'll see the standard GLE-Class (which replaces the M-Class), the new GLC-Class, and the GLS-Class, with some featuring plug-in hybrid variants.
If you're looking for a sportier Mercedes-Benz but can't quite make the leap to a full-on AMG model, we've got some good news for you: the German automaker is about to expand its performance portfolio with a more accessible AMG Sport range.
Beginning in 2015, Mercedes-Benz is revising its nomenclature strategy for many of its models. This
Mercedes is preparing to replace its aging GLK-Class crossover with an all-new generation, and it's tipped to alter the model's nameplate to more closely align with the C-Class sedan upon which it'll be based. The move to a GLC-Class nomenclature is all wel
BMW opened a whole Pandora's Box when it introduced the X6 back in 2008. Sure it made little sense, sacrificing all that "utility" for a little more "sport," but it's been a solid success for BMW – especially considering the nominal expense it cost to develop the X6 on top of the X5 on which it's based. Little wonder that, while BMW has already followed