Mercedes-Benz GLC : AIR BODY CONTROL / Raising the vehicle

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle Press button Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle.

Indicator lamp Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle lights up.

Vehicles without Off-road package: the vehicle is set to high level +1.

Vehicles with Off-road package:

  • In drive program Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle, Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle, Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle or Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle: the vehicle is raised to high level +1.
  • R In drive program Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle or Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle: the vehicle is raised to high level +2.

Your selection is saved.

The vehicle is automatically lowered again in the following situations:

Vehicles without Off-road package:

  • When driving faster than 75 mph (120 km/h).
  • When driving between 50 mph (80 km/h) and 75 mph (120 km/h) for approximately three minutes.
  • After changing a drive program using the DYNAMIC SELECT switch. Vehicles with Off-road package:

Vehicles with Off-road package:

  • In drive program  Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle, Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle, Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle or Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle:
    • When driving faster than 75 mph (120 km/h).
    • When driving between 50 mph (80 km/h) and 75 mph (120 km/h) for approximately three minutes.
  • In drive program Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle or Mercedes-Benz GLC. Raising the vehicle:
    • When driving faster than 12 mph (20 km/h):

      The vehicle is lowered to high level +1.

    • When driving faster than 75 mph (120 km/h).

      or

      When driving between 50 mph (80 km/h) and 75 mph (120 km/h) for approximately three minutes:

      The vehicle is lowered to the normal level (0).

  • After changing a drive program using the DYNAMIC SELECT switch.

The vehicle is adjusted to the height of the last active drive program.

    Setting the vehicle level

    WARNING Risk of accident because vehicle level is too high Driving characteristics may be impaired. The vehicle can drift outwards, for example, when steering or cornering...

    Lowering the vehicle

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    Mercedes-Benz GLC. Activating or deactivating the child safety lock for the rear side windows

    Mercedes-Benz GLC. Activating or deactivating the child safety lock for the rear side windows To activate/deactivate: press button Mercedes-Benz GLC. Activating or deactivating the child safety lock for the rear side windows. The rear side window can be opened or closed in the following cases:

    Indicator lamp Mercedes-Benz GLC. Activating or deactivating the child safety lock for the rear side windows is lit: via the switch on the driver's door Indicator lamp Mercedes-Benz GLC. Activating or deactivating the child safety lock for the rear side windows is off: via the switch on the corresponding rear door or driver's door

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