Mercedes-Benz GLC AMG Night Edition on sale | New Release - Car News Nov 2018

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13:46 Wednesday 28 Nov 2018

Mercedes-Benz have opened the order books for the new GLC AMG Night Edition model, which is priced from £41,315.

This buys the GLC 220 d 4MATIC version, while the GLC 250 4MATIC costs £41,515 and the 250 d £42,470. The AMG Night Edition boasts 19-inch bi-colour five twin-spoke alloy wheels, and the extensive use of high-gloss black finish to the front apron, rear apron, side skirts, wing mirrors, front and back underguards, grille louvers, and roof rails.

Standard equipment includes a panoramic sunroof, 64-colour ambient lighting, LED high performance headlamps, heated front seats, automatic climate control, electrically folding mirrors, automatically dimming exterior driver’s mirror and rear-view mirror, Active parking assist, reversing camera, and black ash wood trim with black artico leather upholstery.

Premium Plus package costs an extra £2,450 and includes Keyless-Go Comfort package with keyless entry, keyless start, hands free access, chrome door handles, memory package, Burmester surround sound system, and COMAND Online system with touchpad.

 

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