The cost of a Mercedes-Benz G-Class varies greatly, depending on several factors. One of the primary factors is how you plan to take possession of the vehicle. You can lease or purchase, so make sure that you know the total cost of your purchase before you take possession of the vehicle.
As of 2017, the G-Class of SUVs starts out at around $125,000 for the G 550. At the upper end of the class is the AMG® G 65, which runs at just over $220,000. There is also the AMG® G 63, which starts out at just over $141,000
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class of SUVs is one of the longest produced vehicles in the Mercedes-Benz line. It was originally made for the Shah of Iran, who was a shareholder in the company at the time. Development on this line began in Graz, Austria in 1972. In 1979, the G-Class was offered to civilians. In 1980, a G-Class SUV was used as the Popemobile, and that unit remains on display in Stuttgart, Germany at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. Despite this line being manufactured so long, it wasn’t until 2002 that it was first offered in the United States.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is comprised of three prestigious SUVs that are made using a unibody on a truck frame. The G 550 has a V8 biturbo engine that gives you amazing power as you drive. The AMG® G 63 has a handcrafted AMG® 5.5L V8 with biturbo engine, and the AMG® G 65 has a handcrafted AMG® 6.0L biturbo engine, hand-built interior, and handcrafted exterior.
The exterior has classic, stylish look that shows off your discerning style. The interior has plush components that make every ride comfortable. Safety features, including PARKTRONIC® and DISTRONIC® help you to ensure that you get to your destination safely.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is very easy to maintain. When you purchase your vehicle, you have the option of prepaying for a service package. There are two options for service on these vehicles – service A and service B. Service B includes eight points, while service A includes only six.
The interesting thing about maintaining a G-Class vehicle is that you only have to come in once on the first anniversary of the vehicle or at 10,000 miles, whichever milestone you reach first. You then only come one once every 20,000 miles or once every two years. This means that you don’t have to worry about going in for oil changes every few months.
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