2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV

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2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV Review: Compact SUV, Colossal Power

The 2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV's recipe is quite well-known by now, as it's the same one AMG has employed for years. You pick a model from the standard lineup and add some power. When you reach absurd levels of power, you add some more, just to be sure. Naturally, the engineers also include larger brakes, an aggressive body kit, and a suspension that can cope with the added muscle. Oddly, the GLC 63 is one of the few AMGs with a rather subtle exterior appearance. There are some clues, but only car nerds will be able to identify them until the V8 fires up and the exhaust note graces their ears. Once you start it up, there's no mistaking it for anything but an AMG thanks to the sound of that bi-turbo V8. For the new year, the 469-horsepower 63 model is joined by a new range-topping 503-hp 63 S. This SUV is all about balance, mixing brutal AMG power with Mercedes luxury. Is that good enough to fight off the likes of the BMW X3 M and the Porsche Macan Turbo?

Read in this review:

2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV Changes: ๐Ÿš™Whatโ€™s the Difference vs the 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV?

The big news for 2022 is the arrival of the bonkers GLC 63 S, the new flagship of the range. It uses the same 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine as the 63, but with the power increased from 469 to 503 hp, dropping the 0-60 sprint to blistering 3.6 seconds. This engine was previously reserved for the GLC Coupe, but it joins the GLC SUV lineup this year as well. Besides the new model, more standard equipment is fitted, including Adaptive Highbeam Assist and rear-seat USB ports - as well as a USB-C adapter cable.

Pros and Cons

  • That angry 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8
  • Luxurious interior
  • Generous standard feature count
  • Understated, yet handsome
  • Solid handling
  • Trunk space is below average
  • The ride can be firm at times

2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV Trims

See trim levels and configurations:

Trim Engine Transmission Drivetrain Price (MSRP)
4.0L Twin-Turbo V8 Gas
9-Speed Automatic
All-Wheel Drive
4.0L Twin-Turbo V8 Gas
9-Speed Automatic
All-Wheel Drive

AMG GLC 63 Exterior

Two years ago, the GLC was updated with slimmer headlights and a wider AMG grille. The taillights were upgraded as well, giving this SUV a sleeker design. The only design feature that might be considered OTT is the slatted grille, but to our eyes, it works perfectly. The standard 20-inch wheels work nicely with the rest of the package. At the rear, the set of dual exhausts are nicely concealed within the black lower bumper. There are 21-inch alloys available, but they do compromise the ride quality. On the flip side, this SUV looks sensational with a set of 21-inch black multi-spoke wheels.

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In terms of dimensions, the GLC 63 is a small model SUV that has an overall length of 184.3 inches and a wheelbase that's 113.1 inches long. The overall width without the side mirrors is 76 inches, and it's just 64 inches tall. It is a hefty beast, with a curb weight of 4,546 pounds. It's a smidgen bigger than the X3 M, which has a wheelbase of 112.8 inches and a width of 74.7 inches, but the BMW is longer. Strangely enough, the BMW weighs more, even though it's down two cylinders compared to the GLC.

  • Length 184.3 in
  • Wheelbase 113.1 in
  • Height 64.0 in
  • Max Width 76.0 in
  • Front Width 65.5 in
  • Rear Width 65.1 in
  • Curb Weight 4,546.0 lbs

Exterior Colors

The GLC is available in 12 colors, but only two are a no-cost option: Black and Polar White. Iridium Silver metallic was dropped last year and replaced with Cirrus Silver metallic. This color costs $720, as do all the other metallic options like Obsidian Black, Mojave Silver, Graphite Grey, Lunar Blue, Brilliant Blue, and Selenite Grey. The three designo premium color options include Cardinal Red ($1,080), Diamond White ($1,515), and Selenite Grey Magno ($2,020).

  • Obsidian Black Metallic +$720
  • Graphite Grey Metallic +$720
  • Mojave Silver Metallic +$720
  • Brilliant Blue Metallic +$720
  • Cirrus Silver Metallic, Late Availability +$720
  • Selenite Grey Metallic +$720
  • Lunar Blue Metallic +$720
  • designo Cardinal Red Metallic +$1,080
  • designo Diamond White Metallic +$1,515
  • designo Selenite Grey Magno +$2,020
  • Black
  • Polar White

AMG GLC 63 SUV Performance

Back in 2003, Mercedes-Benz and McLaren teamed up to build the glorious SLR. Both companies made a big fuss about its 0-60 mph time of 3.8 seconds. At the time, it was the fastest accelerating car with an automatic transmission. A mere eight years after SLR production ended, Mercedes-AMG introduced the GLC 63 with a 0-60 mph sprint time ofโ€ฆ yup, you guessed it - 3.8 seconds. That's a stellar accomplishment. The reason for this rapid forward momentum is the bi-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine producing 469 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque. Now the GLC 63 S is here for the 2022 model year and it dials the power up even further to 503 hp and 516 lb-ft, dropping that sprint time a further two-tenths of a second to 3.6 seconds. The S also has a higher top speed electronically limited to 174 mph, compared to the normal model's 155 mph. In both 63 and 63 S, the engine is mated to a nine-speed automatic, also tuned by AMG. It sends the power to all four wheels via Merc's 4Matic all-wheel-drive system.

The GLC 63 is not just about impressive sprint times. It does an equally excellent job on the highway. The in-gear acceleration might just be even more impressive, as it's something you'll use more often. This SUV's ability to pass slower-moving traffic is exceptional. In regions with regular rainfall, the GLC might even be a better proposition than its sedan sibling. The all-wheel-drive helps the AMG GLC 63 track straight and true, while the rear-wheel-drive C63 can be quite a handful in the wet.

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Engine and Transmission

The 4.0-liter V8 in the GLC 63 is urged on by two turbochargers in a hot V configuration. In other words, Mercedes-AMG uses eight cylinders when most of its rivals employ just six. The result of boosting the 4.0L V8 is 469 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque. The BMW X3 M is slightly more powerful with 473 horses, while the Porsche Macan S 2.9-litre bi-turbo V6 (434 hp) has less. The new high-output version of the same engine in the 63 S matches the X3 M's power output of 503 hp when the BMW is fitted with the optional Competition pack, and beats it handsomely on torque output with 516 lb-ft playing the BMW's 442 lb-ft.

The engine is mated to a nine-speed Speedshift AMG automatic transmission. With so many gears at its disposal, the GLC 63 never feels flummoxed. There's virtually no turbo lag, and the torque feels endless. Most of its power is available from low down, the gearbox shifts faster than any human possibly could, and the AWD system ensures that the power results in actual forward momentum, and not just a cloud of tire smoke. For an even sportier character and firmer driveline response, the GLC 63 S adds a few features the standard GLC 63 doesn't have, such as dynamic engine mounts, while yet another layer of performance sophistication is provided by its AMG Drive Unit and AMG Dynamics with selectable agility modes.

  • Engine
    4.0L Twin-Turbo V8 Gas
  • Transmission
    9-Speed Automatic
  • Drivetrain

Handling and Driving Impressions

It may have SUV styling, but the GLC sure doesn't feel like one. AMG knew that there was little chance of this car ever seeing any sort of off-road trail, so the focus is purely road-biased. Some may think a performance SUV is a heresy, but there appears to be a market for it. You wouldn't, for example, feel cheated if you had to sell your performance coupe because you needed the extra space for a new baby.

In comfort mode, the GLC 63 is quite sedate. Apart from the firm ride and the soft burble of the V8 engine, you'd never guess that it also can be ridiculously aggressive. In the Sport and Sport+ modes, you can lean on the car. The stiff suspension setup keeps the body from leaning, while the 4Matic all-wheel-drive system ensures maximum contact with the road. The result is a blistering and engaging SUV that even the most ham-fisted driver can enjoy.

The steering is nicely weighted, direct, and responsive, but it's worth mentioning that the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio set the new benchmark when it comes to steering. The brakes are more than up to the task of slowing this 4,546-pound beast down from insane speeds. Our absolute favorite part of the driving experience is the noise, though. This V8 makes a rude, yet deeply intoxicating sound that turns even the most respectable of people into juvenile delinquents. We wouldn't be surprised to see a priest hollering obscenities while hooning one of these. The brutal mix of Gatling gun and Spitfire engine while accelerating, and the pops and bangs while shifting down is bewitching. You could make a case for the noise being worth the price of the whole car by itself.

AMG GLC 63 SUV Gas Mileage

Yup, the GLC 63 uses gas, and that's about the only positive thing we can say in this particular segment. Having said that, heavy fuel consumption is standard across the board in this class. The GLC's EPA-estimated mileage figures are 15/22/17 mpg city/highway/combined. Oddly, the six-cylinder BMW X3 M is even thirstier, with EPA estimates of 15/20/17 mpg. For what it's worth, the new 2022 Macan GTS that is due to take over from the Turbo and uses the same 434-hp engine is the most frugal among these SUV brutes with EPA estimates of 17/22/19 mpg. The EPA figures of the GLC 63 S were not yet available at the time of writing, but we suspect that in the typical EPA assessment, where the extra power is never used, it will remain the same as the normal 63's - the same way the X3 M and X3 M Competition also boast the same figures. When the 17.4-gallon tank is full, the GLC 63 can do around 295 miles.

  • Fuel Tank Capacity
    17.4 Gallons
  • Fuel Economy
    City/Hwy: 15/22 mpg
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AMG GLC 63 SUV Interior

The GLC's interior is a marvelous place to spend time. The interior is a mix of new and old, with Dinamica seats upholstered in Merc's MB-Tex leatherette leading the charge for old-school luxury, while the MBUX infotainment system adds a helping of modern technology. The 10.25-inch touchscreen and 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster do a much better job than the previous infotainment systems. The AMG Performance steering wheel is not just a lovely thing to hold, but beautiful to behold with its Nappa leather wrapping. Overall, it's a wonderful space, reminiscent of Mercedes' glory days, but crammed with the latest creature comforts like power front seats, 64-color LED ambient lighting and a rocking Burmester sound system.

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Seating and Interior Space

The GLC is a five-seater, offering plenty of space for the occupants in the front. In the rear, things are a little less rosy. Front passengers get 40.8 inches of legroom and 37.8 inches of headroom, while rear passengers have to make do with 37.3 inches of legroom. The rear headroom is slightly more, measuring in at 38.5 inches. Five grown adults can fit, but four would be more comfortable.

The standard seat offering is sublime. In front, there is power-adjustment in various directions, including contour-control, lumbar support, and a memory function. They're both comfortable and supportive, even when driving enthusiastically. The front seats are also heated for those cold winter mornings.

  • Seating capacity
  • Front Leg Room 40.8 in
  • Front Head Room 37.8 in
  • Rear Leg Room 37.3 in
  • Rear Head Room 38.5 in

Interior Colors and Materials

Mercedes has had a tough few years when it comes to interior quality. Some of its more expensive models have a few cheap fittings, but we're happy to report that this is not the case in the GLC 63. Even the standard seat cladding, which is a combination of Black MB-Tex leatherette and Dinamica upholstery, looks and feels superb. There's nothing cheap about this interior, with every surface feeling as expensive as it is. As it's a German car, there are multiple optional extras to choose from. The Nappa leather option costs $2,590 and can be had in Black, Platinum White Pearl/Black, Red Pepper/Black, or Magma Grey/Black with yellow accents. The designo Platinum White Pearl/Black Nappa leather option is $3,100, but you have to include the AMG Carbon Fiber trim as well, adding another $975 on top of the price. The interior trimmings are all no-cost options, except for the previously mentioned carbon-fiber trim. You can choose from inlays like Dark Brown Linden wood and Natural Grain Black Ash wood with aluminum.

AMG GLC 63 SUV Trunk and Cargo Space

Practicality is an important factor, otherwise the SUV body would be a moot point. Fortunately, the new AMG GLC 63 SUV easily beats the sedan on which it's based but it's still not the best. The C63 offers just 12.6 cubic feet of space, while the GLC offers 17.6 cubes of space. Unfortunately, the GLC doesn't fare as well against its competitors. It just beats the Porsche Macan's 17.2 cubic feet, but both SUVs fail to match the BMW's figure of 18.5 cubic feet. At least the available space remains large enough for the usual tasks that would be performed in a car like this, whether it be grocery shopping, going away for the weekend, or playing a round of golf. The interior storage consists of a storage compartment between the front seats, a glovebox, and door pockets. All of them are a decent size.

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AMG GLC 63 SUV Infotainment and Features


As the halo model within the GLC range, the 63 is equipped with a long list of standard features. Standard specs include parking sensors front and rear, as well as a surround-view camera system. Both are a welcome addition and should make parking as easy as pie. Other standard niceties include keyless entry and push-button start, a multi-function steering wheel with haptic feedback, heated power-adjustable front seats, dual-zone climate control, and an electric trunk liftgate. There are several optional extras available, but only one worth investing in. The Driver Assistance Package adds several advanced driver assistance features like adaptive cruise control, evasive steering assist, and congestion emergency braking, all at a reasonable $1,700.


Thankfully, Mercedes has fitted its newer MBUX interface to the GLC. This newer system is a giant leap forward from the old Comand system for many reasons, but mostly because it finally offers touchscreen functionality. The days of using a rotary dial are over and done. All of the infotainment features can be controlled via an iPad-like 10.25-inch screen mounted above the air vents, and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. The infotainment system incorporates absolutely everything you can think of, like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, HD radio, and SiriusXM. It has two USB ports in front and from this year, the rear-seat passengers get USB ports too, supplemented by a USB-C adapter cable. A 13-speaker Burmester sound system is standard. Mercedes is also making a lot of noise about its voice control, which you activate by uttering, "Hey Mercedes." It's the safest way of interacting with the car, but we still prefer a button as talking to a car remains somewhat creepy. We've seen the movie Her. Talking to an inanimate object never ends well.

AMG GLC 63 SUV Problems and Reliability

Mercedes recalled the AMG GLC 63 in the US several times over the last three years. The 2019 model was recalled numerous times, including for a starter power supply cable possibly being installed incorrectly. The starter power supply cable issue returned for 2020, as did several other gremlins. The 2021 GLC 63 was also part of a recall of Mercedes' entire lineup for incorrect GPS location data for emergency services, as well as recalls for a blank backup-camera image and a faulty front-seat position switch that can interfere with proper airbag operation; this latter seat problem also carries over to the new 2022 GLC 63 S model. It's a long list of recalls for one vehicle, but Mercedes does offer a four-year/50,000-mile basic and drivetrain warranty.


  • Basic:
    4 Years \ 50,000 Miles
  • Drivetrain:
    4 Years \ 50,000 Miles
  • Corrosion:
    4 Years \ 50,000 Miles
  • Roadside Assistance:
    4 Years \ 50,000 Miles

AMG GLC 63 SUV Safety

The GLC range last received a review from the IIHS in 2021, when it scored "Good" for all the crash tests and bagged a Top Safety Pick award. The 2022 GLC was evaluated by the NHTSA, where it managed a five-star rating overall, as well as five stars for the frontal and side crashes, and a four-star rating for the rollover test.

US NHTSA Crash Test Result

NHTSA safety ratings are not available at this time.

Key Safety Features

The GLC features all of the traditional safety features, but you may expect some of the optional equipment to be included in the high base price. As standard, it has seven airbags that includes a knee airbag for the driver. Added to this are ABS, traction and stability control, parking sensors front and rear, a surround-view camera system, active brake assist, blind-spot monitoring, pre-safe, crosswind assist, attention assist and, from this year, adaptive high-beam assist. The additional safety tech can be equipped for $1,700 in a single package and includes adaptive cruise control, steering assist, speed limit assist, congestion emergency braking, and a lot more.

Verdict: ๐ŸIs the 2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 a Good SUV?

Yes. We should be thankful that vehicles like these still exist. The tried and tested AMG method of putting a massive V8 under the hood remains one of the tastiest automotive dishes out there. The current GLC is now more relevant than ever, with the next-generation AMG-badged C-Class, and by association the GLC, will be powered by a four-cylinder. If we were allowed to use emojis in road tests, this would be the perfect opportunity for a frowny face.

The GLC 63 is blisteringly quick, getting to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, and the new GLC 63 S is even quicker, slashing that time further to 3.6 seconds. But it's not just about straight-line performance. The all-wheel-drive system adds a layer of safety, which means even novice drivers can enjoy it. It might even be better than its rear-wheel-drive sedan brother. It's supercar-like performance in a practical package. Once you drop the kids off at school, you can go on a proper canyon run. Just be careful, because it gets to the speed limit within the first three gears. That leaves six gears to decide how long your jail term will be.

๐Ÿš˜What's the Price of the 2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV?

There are two GLC 63 SUV models for sale - the GLC 63 and 63 S. Last year, the 63 had an MSRP of $73,900, excluding the destination charge of $1,050. Mercedes has not yet confirmed 2022 pricing, but it's expected to rise to around $75,000 for the GLC 63. Taking the GLC 63 Coupe and 63 S Coupe as a guideline, the latter is around $7,600 - or ten percent - more expensive than the non-S model. This should hold true for the GLC 63 S, in which case we expect it to cost around $82,500. The normal GLC 63 is more expensive than the X3 M, which has an MSRP of $69,900, but it's not all bad news, because the normal 63 is faster than the $76,900 X3 Competition, which the 2022 GLC 63 is expected to undercut on price. The GLC 63 is also less expensive than the 2022 Porsche Macan GTS at $79,900 and the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio at $86,850. It beats the former and matches the latter on acceleration figures, making it a comparative performance bargain. The GLC 63 S leaves all for dead in a straight line, yet will still be cheaper than the Alfa.

2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV Models

The 2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV lineup now consists of two models, namely the GLC 63 and GLC 63 S. Both are powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine and drive all four wheels via an AMG Speedshift nine-speed automatic transmission. The difference is that the 63's outputs are 469 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque, while the S has 503 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. The S also has some more S-specific performance enhancements.

Standard features on both include 20-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights with adaptive high-beam assist, and a power liftgate. Inside, both have keyless entry, push-button start, MB-Tex leatherette upholstery, heated front seats, 64-color ambient lighting, and a multi-function AMG Performance steering wheel clad in Nappa leather and with haptic feedback. The MBUX infotainment system comprises a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 10.25-inch touchscreen and comes with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, HD Radio, Sirius XM, front and rear USB ports, voice control, navigation, and Bluetooth. Safety and driver-assistance features include seven airbags, front and rear parking sensors, active brake assist, attention assist, blind-spot monitoring, adaptive high-beam assist, and a surround-view camera.

Besides the extra power and torque, the GLC 63 S also adds a few model-specific performance enhancements, most notably dynamic engine mountings, as well as the AMG Drive Unit and AMG Dynamics with several driver-selectable agility modes.

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Additional Packages

There are various packages, as well as standalone features, available for the GLC 63. The AMG Aerodynamics Package ($1,400) includes various exterior aero enhancements, including a bigger rear diffuser and a deeper front spoiler. The standalone options for the exterior also include an illuminated star on the grille ($500) and AMG logo projectors for $275. The interior can also be elevated by several standalone features, like the AMG Head-Up display for $1,100 and wireless charging for $200. We do recommend going for the only interior package, called the Driver Assistance Package. It's just $1,700 but includes active steering assist, active lane-keep assist, and active brake assist with rear cross-traffic alert. All in, it includes an additional 13 driver assistance features.

๐Ÿš—What Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV Model Should I Buy?

While it's always tempting to opt for the new top dog, we don't think the extra $7,500-odd for the GLC 63 S can be justified when one takes into account that nothing in the class can outrun even the standard GLC 63. It's too much money for a 0.2-second reduction in the benchmark sprint and the extra S goodies won't be missed by anybody but the most hardcore AMG gearhead and are of doubtful value in an SUV. If you're that gearhead, go ahead and buy it. If it's not, read on. We'd save the money and kit out our standard 63 a little better. We'd opt for the designo Diamond White Metallic paint ($1,515) and the 21-inch black multi-spoke wheels ($1,500) because the contrast is lovely. On the inside, we'd keep it relatively simple. We'd have the seats in Red Pepper/Black Exclusive Nappa Leather ($2,590). Finally, we'd add the Driver Assistance Package, adding another $1,700 to the AMG GLC 63's base price. This results in a total of around $82,500 excluding the destination charge - essentially the same as an S without any of these desirable extras.

2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV Comparisons

BMW X3 M CarBuzz / Ian Wright
CompetitorHorsepowerMPGPrice (MSRP)
Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV503 hp15/22 mpg$73,900
BMW X3 M 473 hp15/20 mpg$70,100
Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 SUV 603 hp15/19 mpg$113,950

2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV vs BMW X3 M

One of the most famous automotive battles has spilled over to the SUVs based on those models. The GLC 63 is around $5,000 more expensive than the standard X3 M. We say standard X3 M because BMW also offers a more hardcore version called the Competition Package. It adds $7,000 to the price, but in return, you get the ultimate hardcore X3. The X3 has more power, sharing the same powertrain as used in the new M3/M4. The handling is also sharper, and BMW's interior game has improved in a big way. Don't forget about the much larger trunk.

We only have two problems with the X3 M, specifically in Competition guise. The initial turbo lag is quite prominent, and the ride is rock solid. Sure, the result is great handling, but we're not convinced the payoff is worth living with a suspension that shudders when it goes over anything slightly larger than a penny. The GLC 63 is a more balanced SUV. Given the choice between these two cars, we'd have the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Q. Wait, we have to decide only between these two? Guess it has to be the GLC, then.

See BMW X3 M Review

2022 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 SUV vs Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 SUV

The all-new GLE 63 S 4Matic has a far higher MSRP of $113,950. The price gap between the two models is now nearly $40,000. If money isn't an issue, it's worth going for the GLE. It uses the same twin-turbo V8 as the GLC but is tuned to provide 603 hp. It can sprint to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds, which isn't half bad for a large SUV. The new GLE is equipped with the latest Mercedes has to offer, including a massive instrument cluster/infotainment display. You also won't have any problems with space, as the GLE is bigger in every direction. Between these two, we'd stretch for the GLE if we could.

See Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 SUV Review

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