i.g. Burton & Co. Mercedes-Benz GLC Model

  
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Mercedes-Benz vehicles are legendary for their innovation, luxury, safety, style, and durability. It should be no surprise that the new Mercedes-Benz GLC exhibits all of those qualities. With its long wheelbase, big wheels, and wide track, the Mercedes-Benz GLC offers more space, stability, and sportiness. 

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   The GLC300 takes to the street, or the hills, with the responsive power of a state-of-the-art 241-hp turbo-4. With Direct Injection, multispark ignition and a fuel-saving ECO Start/Stop system, it outputs 273 lb-ft of torque over a wide rpm range. And while it's quick to launch and eager to merge, it also goes easy on the fuel and the planet.
   Available 4MATIC® all-wheel drive continually sends the engine's torque to the wheels that can put it to the best use. On slippery roads, 4MATIC elevates control and confidence. It's nimble and quick to respond, to enhance handling and fun in dry corners. And it's lightweight and fuel-efficient, so you can enjoy its benefits year-round.
   For decades, Mercedes-Benz has predicted the safety standards of the future. Your GLC can literally look ahead, and 360 degrees around, to spot hazards in your path. A team of standard and optional systems can alert the driver, assist in braking, and even respond autonomously to help avoid collisions with other vehicles and pedestrians.
   Even the most advanced safety systems may not be sufficient to avoid an accident. Systems do not react to certain stationary objects, nor recognize or predict the curvature and/or lane layout of the road or every movement of other vehicles and pedestrians. It is the driver's responsibility at all times to be attentive to traffic and road conditions, and to provide the steering, braking and other driving inputs necessary to retain control of the vehicle. Drivers are cautioned not to wait for system alerts before braking, as that may not afford sufficient time and distance to brake safely.
  
  
   
  
 
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