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Mercedes-Benz prices new 2023 GLC under $50,000

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Mercedes-Benz has released pricing information for the new second generation GLC. Launched in June 2022, the German company’s bread and butter model stands out from its predecessor with a sharper design, larger dimensions, and a higher base price.

At launch, the range will consist of a single model called the GLC 300. Buyers can choose from three trim levels: a base model, a mid-range model called the Exclusive, and a range-topping version aptly called the Pinnacle. Full range prices are as follows:

  • GLC 300 rear-wheel drive: $48,250
  • GLC 300 All Wheel Drive: $50,250
  • GLC 300 exclusive rear-wheel drive: $50,500
  • GLC 300 exclusive all-wheel drive: $52,500
  • GLC 300 Pinnacle rear-wheel drive: $52,600
  • GLC 300 Pinnacle All Wheel Drive: $54,600

Note that all the above numbers include a mandatory (and surprisingly reasonable) $1,150 destination charge. By comparison, the 2022 GLC 300 has a base price of $44,900 for rear-wheel drive, including a $1,050 destination charge.

For the money, the Mercedes-Benz has LED headlights, MB-Tex upholstery, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, heated and power-adjustable front seats, and 11.9-inch for the MBUX infotainment system. It contains a relatively long list of features, such as the touchscreen. , plus compatibility with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Step up to the exclusive trim and you’ll get a Burmester surround sound system, navigation system, surround view camera and illuminated door sills. Finally, the Pinnacle model is based on a mid-range he trim with enhanced video capabilities for the navigation system, a head-up display, the company’s digital light technology, and thermal and soundproof glass.

Regardless of trim level, the 2023 GLC is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 258 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque in conjunction with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system. It is bolted to the 9-speed automatic transmission.

Mercedes-Benz dealers nationwide will begin accepting 2023 GLCs in the spring. Nothing is official yet, but it’s reasonable to assume that additional variants will be added to the range over time, including an AMG-developed high-horsepower model.

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