In August and September 2019, Mercedes-Benz Vietnam and its authorized dealers will organize URBAN SUVenture chain of custody exclusively for GLC 200 models. Interested customers can register now.
SUVenture is a series of product experience journeys, combining Mercedes-Benz’s exploration and adventure for customers and media in Vietnam, held since 2016.
Following the success of the previous 3 journeys, MBV continues to organize URBAN SUVenture journey in August and September 2019 nationwide. Journey is an opportunity for customers to experience the GLC 200 version, combining discovering new destinations around major cities.
Unlike previous journeys that focus on terrain and exploration, URBAN SUVenture journey with GLC 200 helps customers experience nature, cuisine and individual cultures around the big cities within a 2-hour drive.
Mercedes-Benz limits the number of 24 customers per day to ensure the best experience.
GLC 200 – reasonable choice for urban moving needs
Launched in Vietnam in May 2018, GLC 200 version was quickly received by customers, especially attracting customers from the popular car segment.
GLC 200 is equipped with 2.0L I4 engine, producing 184 horsepower capacity. In particular, the maximum torque of 300 Nm is achieved from the 1,200 rpm cycle, helping the car to accelerate quickly despite being a midsize SUV. The car accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in just 8 seconds. The GLC 200 has a 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic transmission. In particular, the GLC 200 is the only luxury SUV in the market that has a rear-wheel drive system, providing an exciting driving experience.
A series of valuable safety features are available on GLC 200 like COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST PLUS with auto-deceleration support function, 7 safety airbags; Automatic parking assistance (Active Parking Assist); ATTENTION ASSIST; Stable support when cornering (ESP Curve Dynamic Assist); Balance support when horizontal wind blows (Crosswind Assist); Electric hand brake with intelligent brake release function; Hill-Start Assist (Hill-Start Assist); Support for temporary stop (HOLD).