There are only a handful of truly iconic sport-utility vehicles in the world. The Land Rover Series certainly qualifies, as do the World War II American Jeep (and its derivative, the Jeep Wrangler) and the Toyota Land Cruiser. And from … The post The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is an Off-Roading Icon. Here’s Why. appeared first on Highsnobiety.
My friend's 15-year-old son wants a Jeep Wrangler. Well, if you ask him what his dream car is, it's a Mercedes-Benz G-Class, which starts at $116,325 (all prices include a destination fee), but he's scaling back his expectations to ...
Mercedes-Benz is in the midst of overhauling its SUV and crossover lineup in both makeup and name, with a new GLC model slated to replace the GLK, a GLE to replace the GL and even a new G-Class to cap it all off. But it's not just the...Show More Summary
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” as the old saying goes, and Mercedes-Benz is apparently adopting that approach with the look of its G-Class off-roader. Styling for the big Benz 4WD has barely changed since it made the transition from army vehicle to road-going model, and the German carmaker plans to keep it that way. Show More Summary
The venerable Mercedes-Benz G-Class is celebrating 35 years of uninterrupted production in 2014, and the Germans are celebrating the milestone with a special-edition SUV. The G-Wagen has soldiered on largely unchanged since its introduction...Show More Summary
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class, or G-Wagon (short for Geländewagen) as it’s affectionately known, has been around for more than three decades and hasn't changed much, visually at least, since launch. Despite the numerous updates the SUV has benefited from over the years, it still manages to retain the classic look of the original military...
Mercedes-Benz is celebrating the 35th birthday of its G-Class off-roader with special edition versions of the G 350 BlueTEC and G 500 variants. Dubbed simply ‘Edition 35’, the birthday models bring a bag full of special exterior and interior colour options, along with several AMG goodies. Show More Summary
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class has carried on largely unchanged since its launch in 1979. A few cosmetic changes, more luxurious interior features, and updated engines cover the majority of the upgrades the Germans have introduced to the boxy SUV over the past 30 years. Show More Summary
Wanna roll like a Kardashian/NBA player/Russian gangster but can't afford the lease payments? Mercedes-Benz may soon have you covered, friend. The automaker is reportedly prepping a baby Mercedes G-Class, but it won't be a rugged SUV like its big brother — it will be a crossover. Read more...
Launched in 1979 in its civilian version, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class remained largely unchanged to this day. Now an icon of the SUV market, the G-Wagon is also one of the very few vehicles to still carry its classic body and chassis configuration. Show More Summary
1986 Mercedes-Benz G-Class, 2400 Diesel, Manual, 4x4, 44,000 miles, Lakewood, New Jersey. Current biding is at $6,300 no reserve. Read more...
The six-wheeled Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG is beyond ridiculous — either in a good or bad way, depending on your specific taste. Based on the 2014 G-Class, but with a host of upgrades, the 6x6 has five differentials, a $615,000 price tag, and off-road credentials that would make an original Army-spec Hummer H1 go weak in the knees. Show More Summary
Mercedes-Benz has a long and storied history as an armored vehicle manufacturer. Be it Adolf Hitler’s bulletproof 770K limousine or the early, army-spec G-Class SUVs, the Germans have provided the world with some of the best ironclad rigs. Show More Summary
The long-coming next-generation Mercedes-Benz G-Class could be the next big off-roader to benefit from an extensive weight-loss regime. According to magazine Automobile, the new ‘G Wagen’ will feature a mostly aluminium architecture, helping the big 4WD to shed a whopping 375kg. Show More Summary
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class, or Gaelaendewagen ('G-wagen' for short), has been around for 35 years and, on the outside at least, has changed little in that time. While not a common sight on Australian roads, where it has only in recent years become available again, it has enjoyed increasing worldwide sales and an ever more robust following. Show More Summary
For 35 years, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class has seen tours of duty with United Nations peacekeepers, the Pope, various hardened soldiers from Germany to Canada, and a few celebrities now and again. In that time, the SUV has changed its overall appearance once, when the W463 began leaving the factory in Graz, Austria in 1990; the […]
Changes to the Mercedes-Benz G-Class will be so extensive that "it will in effect be a new car."
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class has been on the market for a whopping 35 years. That's a heck of a long time for one vehicle to stick around, yet Autocar reports that last year was the Geländewagen's strongest in terms of sales. Little wonder...Show More Summary