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Refreshed 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC: All You Need to Know

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By Steven Loveday of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 9: Mercedes-Benz unveiled its refreshed 2020 GLC 300 SUV at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 2019. A month later, the automaker premiered its updated GLC 300 Coupe – which will follow suit with the crossover’s refresh – at the New York International Auto Show.
Mercedes first launched the GLC as a 2016 model to replace the outgoing GLK luxury compact SUV. Since then, it has only undergone mild updates. The new 2020 GLC gets a significantly expanded safety suite, a more powerful and fuel-efficient base powertrain, and Mercedes’ latest-generation multimedia system with a larger display. In addition, the GLC sees a handful of modest styling enhancements that bring more sculpted surfaces and a muscular stance.
Despite the healthy list of updates, the GLC remains exceedingly similar to the outgoing model. Being that it’s Mercedes’ best-selling vehicle in the United States, the automaker chose to keep the GLC mostly consistent with its roots.
Keep reading to learn everything we know so far about the refreshed 2020 Mercedes GLC.

Mercedes’ Refreshed GLC Gets a New Engine, Revised Styling, and Advanced Tech

Mercedes-Benz unveiled its refreshed 2020 GLC 300 SUV at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 2019. A month later, the automaker premiered its updated GLC 300 Coupe – which will follow suit with the crossover’s refresh – at the New York International Auto Show.

Mercedes first launched the GLC as a 2016 model to replace the outgoing GLK luxury compact SUV. Since then, it has only undergone mild updates. The new 2020 GLC gets a significantly expanded safety suite, a more powerful and fuel-efficient base powertrain, and Mercedes’ latest-generation multimedia system with a larger display. In addition, the GLC sees a handful of modest styling enhancements that bring more sculpted surfaces and a muscular stance.

Despite the healthy list of updates, the GLC remains exceedingly similar to the outgoing model. Being that it’s Mercedes’ best-selling vehicle in the United States, the automaker chose to keep the GLC mostly consistent with its roots.

Keep reading to learn everything we know so far about the refreshed 2020 Mercedes GLC.

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