The updated GLC now gets a fully digital instrument cluster and a massage seat function at the front. Additionally, it also gets Mercedes Me Connect app with Alexa and Google Home integration
It has been just over a year since Mercedes-Benz brought in the face-lifted GLC, but they have now given it another update. The 2021 GLC is now priced at Rs 57.40 lakh for the GLC 200 and Rs 63.15 lakh for the GLC 220d 4Matic variant (ex-showroom India). At this price, the petrol and diesel variants of the 2021 GLC are roughly Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 2 lakh more expensive than before. In comparison to the launch price in December 2020, the GLC is Rs 4.65 lakh and Rs 5.40 lakh dearer.
For the additional price you get a bunch of additional features include massage function for the front seats, 360-degree camera, a 12.3-inch fully digital instrument cluster and more. The GLC now also gets the Mercedes Me connected car tech that integrates with Amazon Alexa and Google Home. This feature allows you to control select features of the using the smart speaker. For instance, you can ask Alexa/Google Home to lock your car, when the next service is due, or even set a reminder to buy something on your way back home. Additionally, customers can also use the Mercedes Me mobile phone application to remotely start the engine for pre-entry air-conditioning.
The 2021 GLC continues to be offered with the same engine options as before – 2.0-litre petrol and diesel motors. While the turbo petrol makes 195bhp and 320Nm, the diesel is good for 192bhp and 400Nm. Both engine options come paired with a 9-speed automatic transmission.
There are no changes to the exterior and interior design of the GLC. Mercedes-Benz has, however, added two new colour options to the palette - Brilliant Blue and High Tech Silver.
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