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YouCar has recently come out with a GLC video review.


He also mentions the GLC hybrid launch in December so it's worth a watch.
 

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The front has a great design but the rear just looks boring to me and a bit generic. Maybe I'll wait and see what the Hybrid looks like.
 

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The front has a great design but the rear just looks boring to me and a bit generic. Maybe I'll wait and see what the Hybrid looks like.
For the models we're seeing I think its fine. There's more they can do but are probably putting off for later years. Plus for now its good enough and that's all they care about.
 

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Must have great suspension if it can hide road imperfections while driving and the elevated seats for more visibility is a plus too.
 

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Must have great suspension if it can hide road imperfections while driving and the elevated seats for more visibility is a plus too.
Indeed, that is a large factor, then moving down to what would complement that is its tires as that matters, the size, compound, etc. But of course tires are less complex than what goes into the suspension setup.
 

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There's always the option adding on their full-support multi-chamber air suspension. I think GLC is the only model in their segment that has this option.
 

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Smart move since people that owns these are the type to take it up to the cottage and go on road trips with it, and a lot of time cottage areas have rough roads, rough enough to make you want to raise it up.
 

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How much of a difference does their full-support multi-chamber air suspension make? An extra 2-3 inches added to the GLC?
 

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I can imagine that it will be within a range that allows the demographic to do the things they typically do, cottage trips being one of them with those rough roads... so with that being said... i'm thinking a couple inches, maybe 3. Don't think they need more than that.
 
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