For The Mercedes G-Class has awesome off-road ability and street credibility in spades. You can personalise the luxurious interior to your heart's content.
Against It's an old-school 4x4 that's not easy to drive, manoeuvre or park. List prices and running costs are through-the-roof.
There's little to recommend the Mercedes G-Glass. A Range Rover would seem a better bet in almost every area. By Iain Reid
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Although the Mercedes G-Class is a niche car, you can order it like any other Mercedes. Any Merc dealer can handle your order and Mercedes says it expects G-Class customers to receive their car within three months.
Engine choice is easy: you can go with either the G350 diesel or the bonkers G63 AMG. We'd tend to stick to the diesel version, but can understand the draw of the AMG. The G-Class has presence in spades, and drawing up to an expensive London nightclub in a grumbly diesel may not be the image you'd want to project.
This is the most sensible version of the G-Class, but it's still wickedly expensive. A Range Rover is a much better and more modern alternative.