The Mazda GLC (also known as the Familia, and later the 323) was a charming little late ‘70s to early ‘80s-era econobox. Unusually for a little hatchback, it was front-engine/rear drive. Also unusual is this puzzling ad for the car.
The 2016 Mercedes GLC is the new GLK. What do you need to know before you buy a GLC? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC sure looks like a tidy little car, but to appeal to Americans it’s gotta have an “off-road mode,” amirite? Well you’re welcome to try it. If you want to turn your luxury crossover into this unbridled see-saw from hell! Good try little guy.
The 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC is the newly-named second iteration of their outgoing smallish SUV the GLK. The new car sits on a 4.6” longer wheelbase, gets about 3 more cubic feet of cargo space and sheds 176 pounds. It’s also got a little more juice and... off-road ability.
$3,480 sounds cheap, but the '78 Chevette Scooter went for $2,999. Still, the Mazda GLC was a good deal. Can you imagine a carmaker using the word "little" in their marketing today?