You're looking at a premium of around £3,000 to own a GLC Coupe over the standard GLC hatch. That means pricing that starts at just over £45,000 for the entry-level GLC Coupe 220d. 'AMG Line' is standard trim, then there are 'AMG Premium', 'AMG Premium Plus' and 'AMG Ultimate' options. There's a choice of two diesel variants in the mainstream range - the 220d and the 300d - plus a GLC 300 2.0-litre petrol model and a GLC 300de diesel plug-in hybrid. All GLC Coupes receive a 9-speed automatic gearbox, four wheel drive, the 'COMAND' infotainment system, 'DYNAMIC SELECT' handling control with adjustable dampers, plus all the usual niceties you'd expect from a Mercedes of this price. If you can stretch to the sporting Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 (V6) or GLC 63 (V8) variants (priced from around £53,000), there's a choice of standard, 'Premium' or 'Premium Plus' trim levels.
Standard equipment on all variants includes a navigation system, Active Park Assist and a keyless start system. Buyers can also expect to find a reversing camera, LED Performance head lights, heated front seats, sports suspension, an electrically operated tailgate and a 'Mirror package' consisting of electrically operated and automatically dimming mirrors. Safety-wise, there's a full rosta of electronic shields that scan the road ahead and prevent you from having an accident. Things like the 'COLLISON PREVENTION PLUS' system, plus the 'Crosswind Assist' set-up and the 'ATTENTION ASSIST' system. Optional is the 'DISTRONIC PLUS' radar cruise control system - with 'STEERING ASSIST' to keep you in lane and a 'Stop & Go' feature that'll slow the car automatically and start it off again if you come across a motorway tailback.