2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class ratings and reviews

Maintaining the vehicle’s familiar, timeless edgy utility style, the 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class is radically improved as a lighter, longer model based on a ultra-high strength steel/aluminum architecture. Added riding comfort is realized through the use of a new independent front axle. LED headlights are also included as standard equipment on the 2019 G-Class with a high-resolution Multibeam LED headlamp system as an option. The added size also contributes to even greater interior space inside the luxury sport utility vehicle’s redesigned cabin. A Burmester Surround Sound 15-speaker audio system and 64-color ambient lighting is standard equipment inside the highly customizable interior. A twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 power unit serves as the power unit for the 2019 G-Class generating 416 horsepower with the G550 model or 577 horsepower fitted with the AMG G63. Four-wheel drive system with three locking differentials remains intact on the redesigned Mercedes-Benz G-Class coupled with a new nine-speed automatic transmission.

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Maintaining the vehicle’s familiar, timeless edgy utility style, the 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class is radically improved as a lighter, longer model based on a ultra-high strength steel/aluminum architecture. Added riding comfort is realized through the use of a new independent front axle. LED headlights are also included as standard equipment on the 2019 G-Class with a high-resolution Multibeam LED headlamp system as an option. The added size also contributes to even greater interior space inside the luxury sport utility vehicle’s redesigned cabin. A Burmester Surround Sound 15-speaker audio system and 64-color ambient lighting is standard equipment inside the highly customizable interior. A twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 power unit serves as the power unit for the 2019 G-Class generating 416 horsepower with the G550 model or 577 horsepower fitted with the AMG G63. Four-wheel drive system with three locking differentials remains intact on the redesigned Mercedes-Benz G-Class coupled with a new nine-speed automatic transmission.
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