2013 Mercedes-Benz G-Class
$113,000 - $134,300

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Mercedes-Benz G-Class

  • As you'd want for an off-road vehicle, the brakes have an amazingly long travel, zero grabbiness and endless modularity. They're also devastatingly effective, as the G comes to a stop in a surprisingly short distance with absolutely no wiggle or pitch.

    - Edmunds.com

What reviewers liked least about the Mercedes-Benz G-Class

  • Swing the wheel left or right, and the nose - eventually - responds.

    - Cars.com

Mercedes-Benz G-Class Comparisons

  • The slow steering is a benefit in the dirt, though, as the G-Class can be guided through just about anything nature throws at it and the steering wheel rarely registers the impacts. With its full-time 4WD system with front, center and rear locking differentials, the G goes about its trail bashing (if one is so inclined in a $100,000 vehicle) with a more back-to-basics approach than what you'll get from a high-tech Land Rover or Lexus.

    - Edmunds.com

Best one-liner about the Mercedes-Benz G-Class

  • So competent is the vehicle, a G-Class won the Paris-Dakar Rally in 1983 and militaries throughout the world still use it today.

    - Road & Track

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