2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC L SUV Review, Specs, Redesign, & Release Date Rumours – China’s love affair with long-wheelbase versions of existing cars is well known and documented. The newest model to follow that trend is the Mercedes-Benz GLC, which was currently available in China in a “normal” wheelbase like in the relaxation of the world.
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC L SUV Review
The market asked for a longer GLC, however, and the automaker provided. First observed in leaked photos previously this year, the Mercedes-Benz GLC L is now official. It appears just like any GLC, with the exception of the side profile where an eager eye will observe the proportions are a bit off. That’s because the range among the axles has increased by 100 mm (3.93 in), creating the rear doors longer in the procedure.
General, the SUV steps 4,765 mm (187.6 in) in length, 1,898 mm (74.7 in) in width and 1,648 mm (64.8 in) in height, with a wheelbase of 2,973 mm (117 in). Which makes it really comparable in size to its main rival, the Audi Q5 L. Unsurprisingly, rear seat passengers may benefit the most from the longer wheelbase. As you the photos disclose, the GLC L provides considerably more leg room and legroom for those sitting in the back.
Absolutely nothing changes when it comes to the powertrain division, however. The engine lineup is made up of three 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engines sourced from the regular GLC. They offer 184 PS (181 hp), 211 PS (208 hp), and 245 PS (241 hp). The engines are badged GLC 200 L 4Matic, GLC 250 L 4Matic, and GLC 300 L 4Matic, correspondingly.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC L is built by the Beijing-Benz Motor Company (BBAC), a joint venture among Daimler and BAIC. BBAC also builds the standard-wheelbase GLC that will continue creation alongside the longer version. The GLC L will reportedly cost RMB10,000 ($1,450) more than the regular model.