2022 Mercedes-Benz GLA vs. GLC

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLA vs. GLC
2022 Mercedes-Benz GLA

vs.

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLC
$36,400*

Starting MSRP

$43,850*
2.0L inline-4 turbo

Base Engine

2.0L inline-4 turbo
221 to 302 hp

Horsepower

255 to 469 hp
50.5 cubic feet

Max Cargo Volume

56.5 cubic feet
28 combined

EPA-Estimated MPG

25 combined

Interested in a luxury SUV that’s great for your San Antonio commute, weekend adventures, family vacations, and more? Compare the latest Mercedes-Benz GLA vs. GLC and learn the difference between the two luxury SUVs to see which one is right for your driving needs. It’s time that you find the vehicle that has you excited to drive. Explore our inventory to find the new GLA for sale or the new GLC for sale that checks off all your boxes, then contact us to schedule your test drive. 

GLA vs. GLC: Price Range

If pricing is your top concern, you can learn the difference between the GLA and GLC to see which one better fits with your budget below:

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLA: Price by Trim

  • GLA 250 SUV — $36,400 MSRP*
  • GLA 250 4MATIC®® SUV — $38,400 MSRP*
  • AMG® GLA 35 SUV — $47,950 MSRP*

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLC: Price by Trim

  • GLC 300 SUV — $43,850 MSRP*
  • GLC 300 4MATIC®® SUV — $45,850 MSRP*
  • AMG® GLC 43 SUV — $59,900 MSRP*

GLA vs. GLC: Performance

Alamo Heights drivers will enjoy the balanced and sporty feel of these vehicles, especially when either is equipped with 4MATIC® all-wheel drive. What’s the difference between the GLA and GLC models with it comes to driving dynamics and top speeds? Check it out below:

  • Mercedes-Benz GLA: 2.0L inline-4 turbo – 221 hp | 258 lb-ft of torque | 0 to 60 in 6.8 seconds
  • Mercedes-Benz GLC: 2.0L inline-4 turbo – 255 hp | 273 lb-ft of torque | 0-60 mph in 6.3 seconds

GLA vs. GLC: Cargo and Passenger Space

Many Shavano Park car shoppers can help but compare the difference between the GLC and GLC interior dimensions. The GLC offers slightly more cargo space, but the compact GLA makes it easier for drivers to navigate and park. You can further compare the interior dimensions of both vehicles below:

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLA: Interior Dimensions

  • Maximum Cargo Volume – 50.5 cubic feet
  • Front Headroom – 39 inches
  • Rear Headroom – 38.1 inches
  • Front Legroom – 41 inches
  • Rear Legroom – 38 inches
  • Front Shoulder Room – 55.9 inches
  • Rear Shoulder Room – 54.8 inches

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLC: Interior Dimensions

  • Cargo Volume Behind Row 2 – 19.4 cubic feet
  • Maximum Cargo Volume – 56.5 cubic feet
  • Front Headroom – 37.8 inches
  • Rear Headroom – 38.5 inches
  • Front Legroom – 40.8 inches
  • Rear Legroom – 37.3 inches
  • Front Shoulder Room – 57.3 inches
  • Rear Shoulder Room – 56.5 inches

GLA vs. GLC: Key Features

Both vehicles come equipped with premium feature that you’d expect from a luxury vehicle, such as:

  • A power liftgate for easy loading
  • Large MBUX® infotainment display screens
  • HD Radio® for added entertainment options

Compare the Mercedes-Benz GLA vs. GLC in San Antonio 

If you want to know more about both luxury vehicles, visit our San Antonio dealership to compare them in person. We’ll get you behind the driver’s seat and out on the streets for a test drive. Don’t hesitate to contact our team if you have any questions. Be sure to check out our vehicle specials and apply for financing to see if you qualify in minutes.

 

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