Based on the standard GLC SUV, the GLC Coupe features a sloping roofline to give it a sleek and sporty profile. (It still has four doors, so Mercedes-Benz's "coupe" nomenclature is a misnomer.) In exchange, the GLC Coupe surrenders some rear-seat headroom and cargo capacity. You also give up the option of a plug-in hybrid powertrain.
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG® GLC 63 S
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S Review
- Mega power and performance
- Impressively agile handling
- Abundant driver safety aids work great
- Less useful cargo area than in regular GLC
- Rear headroom isn't great, especially in the middle
- Now comes with the innovative MBUX infotainment system
- Base model gets new engine with more power
- More refinements to active driver aids
- Part of the first GLC generation introduced for 2017
It's fitting that Mercedes-Benz can call a four-door SUV a "coupe" and get away with it. After all, this is the company that ignited the dubious trend to deem nearly any car with a tapering roofline a coupe with its fastback-style, four-door CLS more than a decade ago.
The coupe distinction was once reserved for cars with two doors, but the lines have blurred. Today, several Mercedes models use the label, including the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe. Despite its name, the GLC Coupe is a bona fide four-door SUV but with a sleeker and less boxy look than most SUVs. And whatever you might think of the misuse of the nomenclature, the coupe is nearly as easy to live with as its standard GLC counterpart.
Like the standard GLC, the GLC Coupe features a top-notch cabin fitted with soft leather, decorative wood and metal accents, and some of today's most advanced entertainment technology. For 2020, the GLC Coupe comes with the new MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) voice command system, which can recognize most natural-speech requests to control phone, navigation, media and cabin functions. It'll even tell you jokes.
If jokes aren't your thing, you can also bypass MBUX and go straight to Siri or Google Assistant through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which are now included as standard features. Also standard: a larger 10-inch touchscreen infotainment display (also operable by a touchpad in the center console). Other changes for 2020 include new grille and headlight designs and more power.
The GLC Coupe offers its same trio of engines as before, only now the punchy turbo four-cylinder gets 14 more horsepower, and the heavier-duty V6 gets 23 hp more (gains of around 6% and 7%, respectively). The two recklessly powerful V8 engines carry over unchanged, with the mill in the AMG GLC 63 S making more than 500 hp. Few other compact SUVs, luxury or otherwise, come with such a blistering engine.
The GLC Coupe's downsides mirror those of most four-door sedans and SUVs that pose as coupes. There's less maximum cargo space (49.4 cubic feet in the coupe, 56.5 cubic feet in the standard GLC) and less rear headroom. You also need to consider the coupe's significant price premium over the regular GLC.
But if you don't mind the compromise in utility and prefer the coupe's sleek looks, the extra cost for the GLC Coupe's comfort, luxury and performance will be worth it.
Notably, we picked the 2020 Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC 63 S Coupe as one of Edmunds' Fastest SUVs for 2019.
8.4 / 10
When it comes to performance SUVs, the Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC 63 is virtually in a league of its own. It's the only compact luxury SUV with a twin-turbo V8 under its hood and it has the handling chops to back it up. We're not sure what need this fulfills in the vehicle universe but, boy, are we happy it exists.
How does the GLC-Class Coupe drive?
The AMG GLC 63's V8 engine dishes out its immense power immediately and does so everywhere in the rpm range, and the GLC 63 has the traction to put it all to the ground. With the assistance of launch control, this SUV needs just 3.5 seconds to hit 60 mph.
The steering is responsive and accurate, though it doesn't give you much feel for the road. Around turns, this is one of the most dynamically entertaining SUVs you'll find. Its remarkable composure means you feel its mass, but it doesn't bob or float until you get on crumbling, undulating pavement. Around town, the nine-speed automatic is well sorted, responds well to paddle-shift commands, and behaves intuitively if just left to its own devices in Comfort mode.
How comfortable is the GLC-Class Coupe?
The AMG GLC 63 is controlled and buttoned-down in Comfort mode. The Sport modes add composure on smooth roads and suppress body lean via firmed-up damping. Bumps are mostly shrugged off, too, though there is some harshness over broken pavement — admirable considering this tester's optional 21-inch wheels.
The front seat shape and support are great. The bolsters are firm but not unyielding, and they keep you in place during hard cornering, though they're on the wide side for individuals with smaller frames. The rear seat cushions are soft and just as comfortable.
There's some road noise over rough pavement and a hint of wind rustle over 65 mph, but otherwise cabin conversation is unaffected by the outside world. The GLC is quieter than most competitors, and its low noise floor also makes room for what really matters: that wonderful, throaty twin-turbo V8 rumble.
How’s the interior?
The tapering roofline consumes rear headroom. But there's plenty of room everywhere else, including rear legroom, which is one of the roomiest in the segment. Up front, the GLC can accommodate drivers of significantly different heights. There's ample seat adjustability and power steering-wheel tilt range. More steering reach would probably help long-legged drivers who sit farther back, and the head-up display projection is a little high even in its lowest position.
All controls, switches and interfaces are laid out smartly and efficiently. The small cluster of buttons and icons around the central knob may appear busy at first, but they offer easy access to vehicle settings including drive modes, manual shifting and suspension damping.
How’s the tech?
The Burmester premium surround-sound system is exceptional and a bargain for the price. Standard navigation is also top-shelf and beamed to an 8.4-inch display with real-time traffic info. The menu structure is easy to move through and convenient to operate with a knob controller.
Mercedes' adaptive cruise control is world-class. It maintains a safe yet close following distance and doesn't panic-brake when a vehicle jumps in front. Combined with lane keeping and steering assist, it delivers beautiful semi-automated driving in highway gridlock. Excellent surround-view cameras as well.
How’s the storage?
The GLC Coupe has a smallish cargo area, though you're obviously trading away some space (relative to the regular GLC) for more style. At least the cargo area is similarly sized as what you get from its main rival, the BMW X4 M.
There are many spaces for small items including a clamshell center armrest bin and a rear-seat armrest with pop-out cupholders. The voluminous door pockets accommodate a 40-ounce bottle or two bottles no larger than 20 ounces each. A separate cutout is good for loose items such as a phone, wallet or keys.
How’s the fuel economy?
EPA fuel economy is 18 mpg combined (16 city/22 highway), which is a decent show for a twin-turbo V8 that no other competitor offers. The AMG GLC 63 returned 20.8 mpg on our mixed-driving evaluation loop, which matches what we saw with the less powerful GLC 43 model. Can't really argue about that.
Is the GLC-Class Coupe a good value?
The GLC's interior is built to a high standard of fit and finish, with narrow panel gaps and quality materials. The buttons, dials, speaker grilles and switches all have a solid feel and heft. This car and cabin are built to last — the model others should strive to emulate.
The AMG GLC 63 Coupe starts at more than $80,000. Our test model rang in at more than $100,000. Yes, that's a lot. But for what you're getting it's not an unreasonable amount to pay. Rival SUVs such as the BMW X4 M and Porsche Macan Turbo are similarly priced.
Which GLC-Class Coupe does Edmunds recommend?
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe models
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe is a compact luxury SUV offered in four trim levels: GLC 300, AMG GLC 43, AMG GLC 63 and AMG GLC 63 S.
The base GLC 300 starts with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine (255 horsepower, 273 lb-ft of torque), nine-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
It comes nicely equipped with features such as adaptive suspension damping, a power liftgate, a sunroof, and LED headlights. Inside you'll find heated front seats and simulated-leather upholstery, along with tech features including a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, an eight-speaker sound system with satellite radio, and the new MBUX voice-control system. Automatic emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring are also included.
The AMG GLC 43 is equipped much the same as the 300, but it boosts the performance factor with a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 (385 hp, 384 lb-ft), a sport-tuned air suspension, upgraded brakes, and more aggressive stability control settings. It's the one to get if you need your SUV to do double-duty as a sport coupe.
More extreme performance levels are available from the AMG GLC 63 and AMG GLC 63 S trims. The AMG GLC 63 introduces a turbocharged V8 (469 hp, 479 lb-ft), sport-tuned transmission and all-wheel-drive systems, and an electronically controlled limited-slip differential. While the AMG GLC 63 is mostly a performance upgrade from the AMG GLC 43, a notable interior upgrade is the included navigation system and 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster.
The AMG GLC 63 S pushes performance to the limit with a higher-output V8 engine (503 hp and 516 lb-ft).
Many option packages are available for all trim levels. Safety-minded buyers might consider the Driver Assistance package (which adds adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist among other features) or the Parking Assistance package (the self-parking system, parking sensors and a surround-view camera).
Many features can also be added à la carte, such as ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, adaptive high beams, a premium Burmester surround-sound system, and a wireless charging pad.
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Features & Specs
- Base MSRP
- MPG & Fuel
- 16 City / 22 Hwy / 18 Combined
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 17.4 gal. capacity
- 5 seats
- Type: all wheel drive
- Transmission: 9-speed shiftable automatic
- V8 cylinder
- Horsepower: 503 hp @ 5500 rpm
- Torque: 516 lb-ft @ 2000 rpm
- Basic Warranty
- 4 yr./ 50000 mi.
- Length: 186.9 in. / Height: 62.4 in.
- Overall Width with Mirrors: 82.5 in.
- Overall Width without Mirrors: 76.0 in.
- Curb Weight: 4586 lbs.
- Cargo Capacity, All Seats In Place: 17.6 cu.ft.
Our experts’ favorite GLC-Class Coupe safety features:
- Active Lane Keeping Assist
- Warns you when you're drifting over the lane lines on the highway and can help steer you back into your lane.
- Parktronic with Active Parking Assist
- Guides the GLC Coupe into a parking spot with minimal driver assistance.
- Pre-Safe Brake with Pedestrian Recognition
- Alerts the driver if a front collision is imminent; can apply the brakes automatically to lessen the impact. Can also identify pedestrians.
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe vs. the competition
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Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe vs. Porsche Macan
What the Macan lacks in "coupe" style, it makes up for with its own unique flair. The Macan's roofline slightly tapers toward the rear — nothing as dramatic as the Mercedes but enough for its own sleek, handsome and decidedly un-boxy look. Where the GLC deftly blends comfort and performance, the Macan leans toward sporty and engaging handling. You'll feel more of the road in the Macan but nothing objectionable. Both models line up well on paper, so choosing one really comes down to comfort priorities and brand preference.
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe vs. BMW X4
While the GLC Coupe offers an impressive blend of power and performance, the X4 leans more toward athleticism, with sharp and impressive handling. It, too, offers powerful performance from turbocharged four- or six-cylinder engines, but it adds an element of engagement. It isn't just a practical SUV, but it's one you'll also want to drive quickly on a curved road. Although the X4 shares most of the same downsides as the GLC — tight rear headroom, reduced cargo capacity and pricey options — it may be the right pick for drivers who like more spirited motoring.
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe vs. Jaguar F-Pace
The F-Pace offers its own take on incomparable Jaguar style, this time in an SUV configuration. But panache alone isn't quite enough to elevate it to the same level as the Benz. The interior materials are disappointing, the infotainment needlessly fussy, and the cabin noisy at highway speeds. But the F-Pace does exhibit impressive quickness and betters most of its rivals on cargo space. It even offers a diesel engine option if long-range fuel economy is a priority. It also costs less than the GLC.
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe First Impressions
Over the past decade or so, more and more people are moving from sedans to SUVs and crossovers. Some shoppers want the benefits of an SUV — a high seating position, more passenger space and increased cargo volume — without giving up sporty, youthful styling. Most luxury automakers are offering sleek, fastback SUVs such as the GLC Coupe. The AMG variants, the GLC 43 and GLC 63 S, also offer much of the same performance as their C-Class sedan counterparts. The 2020 model simply improves what was already one of our favorite luxury SUVs.
The most obvious competitor is the BMW X4, a coupified version of the BMW X3. Like the Mercedes, the BMW comes in both standard and performance trims, the wildest of which is the X4 M Competition. The Porsche Macan is a similarly swoopy SUV, though unlike the Mercedes or BMW, there's no official "coupe" version of the Macan. You might also consider the Jaguar F-Pace. It doesn't have the fastback roofline of the GLC, but it's no less stylish. The more traditional shape helps it beat the GLC in terms of both cargo and passenger space, too.
Exactly how you would like a Mercedes to drive. It's quiet and comfortable, with a smooth powertrain that generally goes about its business without fuss. This new 2.0-liter makes 255 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. That's more power than last year's model, but thanks to improvements with the new engine, fuel economy has increased, too. All GLC 300 coupes come with a nine-speed automatic and Mercedes' 4Matic all-wheel-drive system. In Sport mode, the GLC moves with some verve, but in the standard Comfort setting it can feel a little sluggish off the line.
The ride quality is smooth, even when the GLC is fitted with its larger optional wheels. Bumps or imperfections in the road are well-damped, with no wallowing or swaying about. The steering is light and direct, though there's not a whole lot of feedback through the wheel.
The driver assistance features, such as adaptive cruise control and lane keeping assist, are some of the best on the market. The GLC maintains a reasonable gap in traffic, and it is smooth in slowing down or speeding up to match what's going on around the vehicle. If the speed limit changes, the system will slow down or speed up to match. It's neat, useful and well-integrated. The GLC's navigation system is also a real highlight. It uses augmented reality and cameras to overlay addresses or turning directions on top of an actual video feed on the infotainment screen.
So far, we've only had an opportunity to drive the top-of-the-line AMG 63 S model. The twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 makes 506 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque and is connected to a quick-shifting nine-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission to help send the GLC 63 S to 60 mph from a dead stop in less than 4 seconds. That's true sports-car territory in a vehicle that can haul four people plus cargo. It sounds mean, too, with a deep, smooth exhaust note that's come to define most of AMG's top-tier models.
The GLC 63 S' talents aren't limited to just straight-line performance, either. While we're not sure how well it will hold up when pushed to its limits on a track, it's surprisingly nimble and athletic on a winding back road. Thanks to the standard air suspension, the GLC 63 corners relatively flat and hides most of its heft with grace. The brakes provide smooth, short stops, and the quick throttle response and sport-tuned 4Matic all-wheel-drive system provide ample grip to power out. The steering is surprisingly good, too, at least as far as SUVs go. It's a little numb on-center, but it's direct and weighted well.
The steering, suspension, transmission, throttle response, exhaust, and stability control can all be adjusted using various drive modes. Sport+ is the most aggressive setting, delivering quick shifts and a firm suspension tune. You can also use the buttons on the wheel and console to change various settings to be set independent of each other or preconfigured in an Individual drive mode.
Overall, the GLC 63 S is fast and as capable as it needs to be for some back-road shenanigans. If you're serious about a vehicle that can stand up to a day at the track, you might be better off in something such as the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S. But if you just want something a bit obnoxious that is sure to put a smile on your face, the GLC more than delivers.
In short, phenomenal. It's mostly carried over from the pre-refreshed model that debuted in 2016, but that's hardly a bad thing. The fit and finish is exactly what you would expect from a Mercedes-Benz product, and new upholstery and trim options improve things even further. There are a variety of wood trims available. But if that's not your thing, you can opt for aluminum or carbon-fiber accents, though the latter is only available on AMG models.
If Mercedes cut any corners compared to its more expensive offerings, we're hard-pressed to tell where it cheaped out. Unlike some of Mercedes' other more entry-level models, the GLC feels like a small Benz, not a cheap one. We're glad the carmaker is offering MBUX in more models. This system is both a huge improvement over the outgoing one and arguably the best in the class in terms of features and usability.
From the front seats forward, the GLC Coupe is identical to the standard GLC SUV. The seats are comfortable and offer plenty of adjustment using door-mounted controls. Heated and ventilated front seats are optional, as are heated seats in the rear. AMG models come standard with sport seats that feature more aggressive bolsters than those on the GLC 300. Those willing to sacrifice some comfort can option AMG Performance seats similar to those in the AMG GT R.
That shapely roofline might look killer on the road, but it significantly cuts into both passenger space and cargo capacity. That said, it can still comfortably fit two adults in the rear, though it won't be quite as comfortable as the standard GLC. The real loser is cargo capacity. It's near the bottom of the class, even compared to other SUV coupes. The hatch opening is both narrower and taller than the standard model, meaning you can haul around less stuff, and the things you can carry are more difficult to put inside. That's the price you pay for style.
The front seats, though, don't lose anything in the standard model. You still have a good bit of storage in the door pockets, center console and under the armrest. There are multiple USB-C ports and an available wireless charging pad.
If you don't like the shape of the GLC Coupe, the GLC SUV is basically the same vehicle with more space for both passengers and cargo for significantly less money. Unfortunately, you can't get the high-performance AMG 63 S model in the SUV, just the regular non-S AMG 63 and V6-powered AMG 43 models.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe was already one of our favorite luxury SUVs, and the updates for 2020 only improve things further. Competitors may offer a few things that outshine the GLC, but few, if any, put it all together in such a compelling package.
Is the Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe a good car?
What's new in the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe?
According to Edmunds’ car experts, here’s what’s new for the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe:
- Now comes with the innovative MBUX infotainment system
- Base model gets new engine with more power
- More refinements to active driver aids
- Part of the first GLC generation introduced for 2017
Is the Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe reliable?
Is the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe a good car?
How much should I pay for a 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe?
The least-expensive 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe is the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S 4dr SUV AWD (4.0L 8cyl Turbo 9A). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $84,100.
Other versions include:
- AMG GLC 63 S 4dr SUV AWD (4.0L 8cyl Turbo 9A) which starts at $84,100
What are the different models of Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe?
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S Overview
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S is offered in the following styles: AMG GLC 63 S 4dr SUV AWD (4.0L 8cyl Turbo 9A). The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S comes with all wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 9-speed shiftable automatic. The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S comes with a 4 yr./ 50000 mi. basic warranty, a 4 yr./ 50000 mi. roadside warranty, and a 4 yr./ 50000 mi. powertrain warranty.
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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S AMG GLC 63 S 4dr SUV AWD (4.0L 8cyl Turbo 9A)
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What is the MPG of a 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S?
2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe AMG GLC 63 S AMG GLC 63 S 4dr SUV AWD (4.0L 8cyl Turbo 9A), 9-speed shiftable automatic, premium unleaded (required)
18 compined MPG,
16 city MPG/22 highway MPG
|EPA Est. MPG||18|
|Transmission||9-speed shiftable automatic|
|Drive Train||all wheel drive|
|Curb Weight||4586 lbs.|
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