2019 GLC Class overview

The 2019 Mercedes GLC is a luxury compact SUV. It has an exceptionally lavish cabin, lots of features, a supple ride, and a good predicted reliability rating.
Roomy, sophisticated cabin
Plenty of features
Smooth ride.
Small cargo capacity in coupe models.

The infotainment system has a learning curve.
The 2019 GLC is a great luxury SUV. It has a quality cabin, plenty of features, and a solid lineup of engines. It's also easy to maneuver, and it has a good predicted reliability rating.

GLC Seats

The 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC cabin has room for five persons. There’s plenty of space for adults, and the cushioned seats provide plenty of comfort and support. Outward visibility is good.

GLC Cargo Space

The standard GLC has 19.4 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats and 56.5 cubic feet of space with the rear seats folded down. These are estimates are about average for the class. In the coupe body style, the GLC has below-average dimensions: 17.6 cubic feet behind the back-row seats and 49.4 cubic feet of space with the rear seats folded.

GLC Performance

The base model comes with a 241-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that has ample power for most daily commutes. The AMG GLC 43 comes with a 362-horsepower V6, the AMG GLC 63 comes with a 469-horsepower V8 or a 503-horsepower V8, depending on the body style.

2019 Audi A7 Pros And Cons

The new A7 is a great luxury large car for 2019. Its engine provides thrilling experiences for most driving situations, and its handling... , just lovely.
The A7's totally revamped interior features a sleek new infotainment system, high-end design, and comfortable seats, while its cargo area is quite big. However, second-row headroom for taller passengers is a little tight.

Ice-cool design flourishes
Stunning interior
Petrol’s whispering refinement.

Limited rear headroom.

The Audi A7 seats five people. Standard features like power seat adjustments and a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel make it easy to find a comfortable position in the front seats. Standard heated front seats keep you toasty, and you can upgrade to ventilated, 12- or 18-way power-adjustable front seats with massaging function. Heated rear seats and a heated steering wheel are also available.

Rear-seat passengers, even taller ones, should have enough legroom to stretch out in the A7, even with the front seats pushed noticeably back. However, the car's fastback design and sloping roof impedes second-row headroom.

2019 GLA-Class Pros And Cons

The 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLA is perfect for those who love to drive a middle sized car. The GLA has a lot of pros and cons as mentioned below:

Engaging handling
User-friendly features
Above-average predicted reliability rating.

So-so acceleration with base engine
Unforgiving ride
Some low-rent interior trim
Small back seat and trunk.

The Mercedes-Benz GLA seats five people. Up front, the seats are supportive and well-sculpted to keep you in place during spirited driving. The front seats are also comfortable enough for long trips, and there’s plenty of space for a taller occupants. Standard 14-way power adjustments make it easy to find a relaxing position.

The GLA’s second row justifies its subcompact designation. Head- and legroom are tight, and opting for the available panoramic roof means you’ll lose precious headroom in the back.

GLA and Car Seats

The GLA has two complete sets of second-row LATCH car-seat connections, with an additional tether anchor for the middle seat. The lower anchors are set in plastic cutouts instead of buried down in the cushions, making them easy to locate and to attach the car seat straps.