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Background grid Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV 2019-present Abarth 500 Hatchback 2008-2016
Real height1 1.639 m 2 
+ 15.4 cm
1 1.485 m Real height1
+ 1.9 cm 2
+ 99.8 cm 2 4.655 m Real length
1 3.657 m Real length
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Abarth 500 3-door Hatchback  2008 - 2016 Views available
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500 312
3-door Hatchback 2008 - 2016 17″
Spotted in Switzerland
Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV  2019 - present Views available
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GLC X253
SUV 2019 - present 20″
Spotted in Switzerland
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Side ViewAbarth 500 (312) 3-door Hatchback 2008 vs. Mercedes-Benz GLC (X253) SUV 2019


Technical specs | Abarth 500 (312) 3-door Hatchback 2008 is 99.8 cm shorter and 15.4 cm lower compared to Mercedes-Benz GLC (X253) SUV 2019

230 cm
Wheelbase
287.3 cm
+57.3
365.7 cm
Length
465.5 cm
+99.8
162.7 cm
Width2
189 cm
+26.3
189.3 cm
Width incl. mirrors
209.6 cm
+20.3
148.5 cm
Height1
163.9 cm
+15.4
10.4 cm
Ground clearance3
12.3 cm
+1.9
185 l
Cargo volume4
505 l
+173%
610 l
Cargo volume max.4,5
1600 l
+163%
1. Maximum height | 2. Width with folded mirrors | 3. Max. ground clearance | 4. Most common power unit. Possible deviation of standards. | 5. With rear seats folded down
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