THROUGH THE RANGE
Our guide to which trim level might suit you AS with the Audi, the Mercedes is available in three trim levels: SE and Sport, alongside the AMG Line tested here. There’s also a highperformance Mercedes-amg GLC 43 that’s powered by a 362bhp turbocharged petrol V6.
The lesser versions are diesel only, with a choice of four-cylinder 220 d and 250 d, or a muscular V6-engined 350 d. However, the 250 d is our pick, because it’s quick yet as efficient on paper as the less powerful 220 d.
Put down a £4,500 deposit for a threeyear deal on Mercedes’ Agility PCP plan and you’ll get an SE for £466 a month. The Sport adds kit such as LED headlamps and sat-nav for £511 on the same terms, while the AMG Line’s sporty extras result in a monthly bill of £537. Unless you like aggressive looks, we’d go for the Sport and add air springs, which should cost a similar amount to the AMG. Our choice: 250 d 4MATIC Sport