I had a Macan for 3 years after a Touareg (great car). I did 90,000 miles and can honestly say that after about 3,000 miles I couldn’t wait for it to go. Unless you live right near a dealer (which I don’t) getting it serviced and returning it for its regular warranty work was a pain. The leather on the steering wheel disintegrated after a year with Porsche making a big thing out of it even though several forums have similar posts about the leather. The black plastic outer door pillar covers cracked after 18 months and had to be replaced, again only after Porsche reluctantly agreed. Whining from the front drive train drove me up the wall, but Porsche said it was normal. Those and several other items aside (including having to take the car to the dealer for adblue refills because the electronic guage has to be reset by them), having spent another Ł20k on top of the Touareg I was expecting a lot more in terms of functions, but actually all I got was a badge and that wasn’t enough by a long chalk. No, I didn’t like my Macan. Anyway, the GLC is more what I was expecting from the Macan and so far has performed very well. The dealer is far more down to earth and doesn’t feel the need to look you up and down before talking to you either. That said, the Touareg was the best of all and had its latest model not grown in size I’d have gone back to one.
GLC 250 AMG Line Petrol, everything but the air suspension, tow bar and night pack. Due end of June.