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2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Walk Around


The GLC is soft and somewhat rounded, not boxy like its predecessor the GLK, and the front end is striking, by comparison. The Mercedes-Benz design direction is to homogenize its vehicles, not a bad thing if you get a touch of sedan styling with your SUV.

Interior

The cabin design is stunning, essentially the same as the sedan. It’s flowing, flamboyant, and graceful, with inlaid metallic bezels and soft-touch materials. The dash is strongly horizontal, with a wide center stack and a cluster of round vents, and with the standard 7-inch infotainment screen on top, doing Bluetooth and Frontbass. Navigation is an option.

We noticed a fair amount of wind noise.

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