The modelRead full Mercedes G-Class review
Objectively, there’s no reason to buy a G-Class. While it’s extraordinarily capable on rough terrain, there are better choices for on-road driving, and for considerably less money. Subjectively, though, it’s hard not to be drawn in by its old-school charms and its great sense of occasion. So, while it doesn't get a particularly high What Car? star rating, we wouldn't dream of telling you not to buy one. We would, however, be a bit jealous if you did.
The trimSee full equipment
The AMG G63 builds on the 350d AMG Line's specification, adding a Burmester stereo system, an electric panoramic roof, 360deg parking camera and adaptive suspension, at extra cost. It also wears exclusive AMG body styling.
The engineSee full engine specs
The G63's 4.0-litre, twin-turbocharged, V8 petrol engine gives this huge SUV stupendous straight-line performance.
Hybrid luxury SUV offers good refinement, punchy performance a...
Luxury SUV has loads of space but is limited to five seat...
Great interior and good to drive. Some rivals are more practic...
Some rivals are more practical and better to drive, but the Me...