New Mercedes-Benz G-Class Priced From £82,945

New Mercedes-Benz G-Class features enhancements to its drivetrain, minor visual changes like new grille element and LED daytime running lights, plus upgraded comfort and safety technologies. The reworked interior is fitted with COMAND online, instrument cluster with colour display and a mighty Harman Kardon Logic 7 surround sound audio system complete the changes.

Also fitted as standard is Parktronic, an audio and visual parking aid and new leather upholstery in conjunction with heated front and rear seats.

Entry level G 350 BlueTEC is powered by a 211bhp 3.0 litre V6 engine that delivers 25.2 mpg and 295 g/km respectively.

Top of the range, new G 63 AMG is priced at £123,115 OTR and features hand built, 544bhp bi-turbo 5.5 litre V8 AMG engine with 760 Nm of torque – an improvement of 37 hp and 60 Nm over the outgoing G 55 AMG.

Distinguishing the G 63 AMG from the rest of the G-Class range is a unique AMG radiator grille with twin chrome fins running through the black mesh grille, AMG wheel-arch extensions finished in the vehicle colour, a bespoke AMG sports exhaust system with chromed twin tailpipes and a new 20” five-twin-spoke alloy wheel design in Titanium Grey high-sheen finish.

Inside, the G 63 AMG features single-tone designo leather trim, an AMG selector lever with leather insets and an embossed AMG emblem, AMG stainless steel illuminated door sill panels complete with AMG lettering and an AMG instrument cluster with colour display.


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