I had got my first Merc last month, GLC 220d, the diesel version, CBU. I really enjoyed driving each and every kms on this powerful machine. I have been using a 3 Litre Fortuner for the last 4 years, but still I would say, the power of this machine is awesome and it has to be experienced to believe.

Related Thought – Should I Upgrade my Forturner to the new model?

Done with the first service visit, it’s just a check up which has to be done before 3000 kms, or that would effect the 3 year warranty clause.

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Everything is excellent as far as Merc India is concerned, except

  1. I am yet to receive the fuel funnel adapter. (No deadline yet)
  2. No covers yet in India (Was told will be available only by the end of Sep 2016)

Being a new model, it took about a month for the RTO Karnataka to get it registered. I understand that mine is the second GLC in Karnataka. Assembled GLC would be available in India from next month. A highly recommended SUV compared to Audi Q5 or BMW X3 or a Land rover Discovery.

Update : 05-September-2016 19:54 (IST)

If you are looking for the petrol version, then you can go for the GLC 300, which is a 2 litre petrol engine. The diesel version is 2.2 litre. Both are great, but if you are worried about the diesel engine about 2 litre ban by NGT, then you can go for the petrol version.

Update : 24-October-2016 15:19 (IST)

Got the fuel funnel adapter after I contacted the Merc Benz India support team on twitter.

Now I have completed about 5500km, doing good.

Update : 24-October-2016 15:21 (IST)

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Got the illuminated star fixed last week.

Check out my latest review of GLC 220D

Published by Kishore

Love Traveling, Foodie, Blogger, YouTuber, From the God's Own Country, Living and Working in the Island Nation Maldives, above all a Proud Indian

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