Used Mercedes GLC Cars For Sale

We currently have 4 in stock

There are 2 trims of GLC manufactured by Mercedes-Benz in our current stock

Our stock of used Mercedes-Benz GLC come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites


Fuel Type

Fun fact: the GL badging worn by Mercedes-Benz SUVs is short for ‘Gelande’, or terrain in German. As for the C? That just means the GLC is a mid-size SUV sibling to the C-class saloon and estate. Roll it all together and you get a spacious family car that’s as good on the rough stuff as it is on the M6. 

GLC buyers are spoilt for choice, with everything from frugal four-cylinder diesels and plug-in hybrids right through to raucous V8-powered AMG models. All are great, but if you can, bag the updated version announced in May 2019. It gets new, more frugal engines and the updated MBUX infotainment system. 

So read on to see all the info below, then check out the selection available at Motorpoint… 

Or try these: BMW X3, Audi Q5, Porsche Macan 

What Engine Is In The GLC? 

The GLC 250 uses a four-cylinder 2.0-litre petrol engine, while 220d and 250d models have different versions of the 2.1-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel. The GLC 350d steps up to 3.0-litre six-cylinder power. 

That’s not your lot, though, because high-performance models are badged Mercedes-AMG. Take your pick from the GLC 43, which features a 3.0-litre six-cylinder engine, or the GLC 63 and 63 S models, both of which boast a 4.0-litre V8. 

Alongside the existing AMG models, Mercedes announced a completely new range of engines in May 2019, which also debuted mild-hybrid technology for the petrols. GLC 200 and 300 models use different versions of a new 2.0-litre engine, while 200d, 220d, 300d variants are based on the 1.95-litre turbodiesel. This time there’s also a choice of plug-in hybrid variants – a four-cylinder petrol badged 300e, or the four-cylinder 300de turbodiesel. 

All of the above new engines are four-cylinder units, and whichever variant catches your eye, all have a 9-speed auto gearbox and 4Matic all-wheel drive 

What Bodystyles Does The GLC Have?

The GLC is available in two distinct body styles. The standard GLC with a five-door SUV body, or the Coupe, which maintains the five-door layout but introduces a sweptback coupe-like roofline. There’s a small reduction in rear headroom and 80 litres less luggage capacity for the Coupe, but it remains a versatile family car. 

What Are The Different Trim Levels of Mercedes GLC? 

From early 2019 and before, GLC trim levels kick off with Sport. The Sport has chrome trim, 18-inch alloys, LED headlights and heated front seats. AMG Line takes the dynamic feel a step further with 19-inch alloys, AMG body styling, Artico leather trim and a three-spoke multi-function steering wheel. 

While AMG Line is available with core engines, the high-performance Mercedes-AMG 43 has 19-inch alloys, AMG body styling, diamond radiator grille, Artico leather/Dinamica microfibre trim and red seat belts. V8-powered 63 models feature even sportier AMG bodystyling, chrome-plated twin exhaust outlets and nappa leather sports seats among other highlights. 

All of the above can be specified with Premium and Premium Plus upgrades. Highlights of Premium include ambient lighting, keyless go, automatic boot closing, electric memory driver and passenger seats, and a fixed panoramic roof. Premium Plus trim adds the 13-speaker Burmester sound system and Comand Online infotainment (see Technology, below). 

You might be lucky to find the limited-edition Urban Edition, which stands out courtesy of 20-inch bi-colour alloys wheels and Night Package upgrade, with gloss-black exterior details. There’s also keyless go and start, heated front seats and electric tailgate. In Feb 2019, Mercedes announced the AMG Night Edition would replace the AMG Line – it offers a more generous specification, including a panoramic sunroof, gloss-black exterior details and 64-colour ambient lighting. 

The latest facelifted models announced in May 2019 again start the bidding with AMG Line, and can again be enhanced by Premium or Premium Plus upgrades – this time with up to 20-inch alloys. However, the biggest differences relate to technology (see below). 

How Well Equipped Is The GLC? 

Earlier cars are equipped with the Garmin Map Pilot sat-nav system, but the Premium Plus upgrade introduces Comand Online with an 8.4-inch high-resolution display including a touchpad, sat-nav with 3D mapping and Linguatronic voice control. 

Facelifted 2019 examples switch to the MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) infotainment system. A 7.0-inch touchscreen is standard, optionally upgrading to 10.25 inches. Either way, users control the system by touchscreen, touchpad, voice control or steering wheel controls. A fully digital instrument cluster is also optional with three display styles – Classic, Progressive and Sporty – while facelift GLCs also introduced a new multi-function steering wheel with touch controls.

Find A Nearly New Mercedes GLC For Sale At Motorpoint

Browse our choice of used Mercedes GLC cars for sale online. You can part exchange and buy your new car entirely online, or come in store and take one out for a test drive before you buy (you can even drive it home the same day)!