Mercedes Benz G Wagon

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Mercedes Benz G Wagon:

The Mercedes-Benz G-class—sometimes called the Geländewagen or G-Wagen—isn’t the only 4×4 beast that’s transcended its humble utilitarian roots and become a celebrated token of wealth. But it’s certainly one of the most visible. Despite its high-profile public appearances across the social media stratosphere, its 9.5-inch ground clearance, three locking differentials and 416-hp twin-turbo V-8 ensure its off-road-conquering reputation remains legit—no matter how far it claws its way up the social ladder. Unsurprisingly, four-wheel drive is standard as is a nine-speed automatic transmission. Part of the G-class’s charm is its iconic boxy exterior which, in addition to making a striking visual statement, provides for a reasonably accommodating interior. Once inside, you’ll find all the Mercedes-Benz luxury hallmarks, including acres of leather, massaging seats, and contemporary tech and infotainment.

Standing in contrast to the G-Wagen’s paramilitary transport-vehicle exterior is a fully outfitted luxury interior. Standard features include a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, heated front and rear seats with leather upholstery, a power-adjustable steering column, three-zone automatic climate control, a sunroof, and three 12v power outlets. With the check of a few option boxes, buyers can enjoy massaging front seats with ventilation, a heated steering wheel, and nappa leather upholstery. The G manufaktur options offer the most opulent aesthetic and allow more than 54 unique interior upholsteries, but they cost a considerable amount of money. While there’s no shortage of headroom in the front or rear seats, the G-class is still essentially a very luxurious and well-equipped box; the instrument panel and infotainment screen are positioned nearly vertically, the driving position is almost bus-like, and the large, flat glass areas occasionally shoot alarming reflections across the cabin.