Very Solid Feel
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class glc-300
Sort of amazing, IMHO, way over done electronics. This is in my mind, a typical MB. Build like a tank, with some dodads that are guaranteed to break because of plastic construction. Car drives almost like a sports car, not quite but in that direction. Acceleration is better than good and ought to satisfy all but the driver who feels a need for speed. Interior is very nice, but even though it’s hard to tell it is not, the MB Tex just doesn’t have that leather feel or smell. But it is first class. It would be nice to order your own, just the way you want it, but no one seems too excited to take that approach. We paid, in my mind, a lot extra for a spare tire, charging pad, top end stereo and other stuff we are likely never to have a need for. Not a big deal, but if you want to use Apple Car Play or other device, this vehicle has only USB C ports. Of course the dealer will sell you a Lightning-USB C cord for $40. Had I known, I would have made it part of the purchase. Get one on Amazon for $12 if you do not want to shop locally. Some interesting stuff: no oil dipstick, it’s electronic on the dash board once you navigate a hand full of screens. My suggestion, use your cell phone for navigation, plug it in with Car Play etc. Anyway, gorgeous, good performer, handles really nicely, ability to select many modes for everything, multiple, confusing ways to make electronic selections. Car is made simply to drive, driver only has to make choices and bring the vehicle back to dealer once a year or so to get soaked for way too expensive routine maintenance.