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You simply cannot judge the Mercedes G-Class using standard criteria - it won't work. Normal rules definitely don't apply. This second-generation re-design is proof that the G-Class has moved with the times, whilst upholding its inherent character. It is striking and dominant on the roads with the Mercedes emblem bejewelling the prominent and robust grille.
With the bulk of sales coming from the Middle East, Russia, China and the US, the UK is a marginal interest market, but that doesn't equal a complete lack of curiosity. The Mercedes G-Class is a respected, powerful SUV with blazing engines on offer. The G350d diesel model is likely the most relevant to our requirements. However, if you're going to be outlandish, then just go the whole hog and go for the remarkably performing 5.4-litre V8 G 63 AMG that boasts 0-62mph in just 5.4 seconds as well as 571bhp. It's an odd yet brilliant thing and unapologetically expensive to boot. This model has benefited from many luxury additions including the composition of lightweight vehicles in the interior. While it is a vehicle more suited to off-road driving due to its durable suspension and range of extra features, the 7G-Tronic gearbox is a well-designed bit of kit and will help with smooth city cruising. With a simple range of trims in the AMG, AMG Line, Colour Edition and Edition 1, you won't have trouble making a fast decision on our G Wagon lease deals.
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