2020 Mercedes-Benz AMG G 63

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A 2020 Mercedes-AMG G 63 starts at $157,445 with the $995 destination fee included. We recently had a tester with a sticker price that came to a whopping $182,545. Sure, it's an expensive SUV, and when you're starting north of $150,000, hundreds matter little. But just how do you add more than $25,000 to an already ostentatious — perhaps even over-the-top — luxury off-roader? Here, we break down the options list for this bad boy. Only individual customers can decide which of these are worth the extra cost to them, but we can offer some insight into what we think about it, having seen them all in person. G Manufaktur Jupiter Red: $6,500 This is a remarkably beautiful red, and it pairs well with the black elsewhere on the vehicle. It’s not a metallic color, and there’s not any true depth to speak of like in Mazda’s beautiful-in-its-own-way Soul Red Crystal. But this does reflect the world around it in interesting ways, giving the color a livelihood beyond its mere brightness of hue. We liked looking at this one close-up, as you can see the texture of the paint and get a sense of the quality in its application. $6,500 is a lot to pay for an exterior paint color option, especially since it's available on lesser Mercedes (you're paying for the exclusive, custom selection rather than the paint itself). That said, it looks exceptionally nice on the broad, flat surfaces of this G-Wagen compared to the smaller, swoopier exteriors of other cars. Black Leather w/Contrast Stitching in Red: No charge There are a number of seat and stitching colors that can be had for no extra cost when you get one of the G Manufaktur interior packages. AMG Carbon Fiber Trim: $3,700 Of the seven trim options, there are two that cost extra. The G Manufaktur Natural Grain Black-Flamed Ash Wood is $1,300, and this carbon weave is $3,700. If you have to have carbon to complete the look of your build, you can get it, but that price is a hard one to swallow. AMG Silver Painted Brake Calipers: No charge They’re subtle under the black wheels. Go for it. AMG Carbon Fiber Engine Cover: $1,500 You can get part of the engine cover in the carbon weave to match your interior, but literally nobody needs this. The only way this could ever be cool is if this is going be garaged for 25 years until the next generation comes out, then trotted out as a dedicated show car. Don't do that. No matter what, this piece will just make you look like a sucker too easily parted from your money. Heated Steering Wheel: $250 Hey, that’s actually kind of reasonable if you’re prone to cold hands. AMG Performance Steering Wheel in Dinamica/Carbon Fiber: $900 This is the centerpiece of the carbon fiber theme. It looks cool, but we prefer a leather to the feel of the microfiber on the steering wheel. Our hands kept gravitating to the …
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A 2020 Mercedes-AMG G 63 starts at $157,445 with the $995 destination fee included. We recently had a tester with a sticker price that came to a whopping $182,545. Sure, it's an expensive SUV, and when you're starting north of $150,000, hundreds matter little. But just how do you add more than $25,000 to an already ostentatious — perhaps even over-the-top — luxury off-roader? Here, we break down the options list for this bad boy. Only individual customers can decide which of these are worth the extra cost to them, but we can offer some insight into what we think about it, having seen them all in person. G Manufaktur Jupiter Red: $6,500 This is a remarkably beautiful red, and it pairs well with the black elsewhere on the vehicle. It’s not a metallic color, and there’s not any true depth to speak of like in Mazda’s beautiful-in-its-own-way Soul Red Crystal. But this does reflect the world around it in interesting ways, giving the color a livelihood beyond its mere brightness of hue. We liked looking at this one close-up, as you can see the texture of the paint and get a sense of the quality in its application. $6,500 is a lot to pay for an exterior paint color option, especially since it's available on lesser Mercedes (you're paying for the exclusive, custom selection rather than the paint itself). That said, it looks exceptionally nice on the broad, flat surfaces of this G-Wagen compared to the smaller, swoopier exteriors of other cars. Black Leather w/Contrast Stitching in Red: No charge There are a number of seat and stitching colors that can be had for no extra cost when you get one of the G Manufaktur interior packages. AMG Carbon Fiber Trim: $3,700 Of the seven trim options, there are two that cost extra. The G Manufaktur Natural Grain Black-Flamed Ash Wood is $1,300, and this carbon weave is $3,700. If you have to have carbon to complete the look of your build, you can get it, but that price is a hard one to swallow. AMG Silver Painted Brake Calipers: No charge They’re subtle under the black wheels. Go for it. AMG Carbon Fiber Engine Cover: $1,500 You can get part of the engine cover in the carbon weave to match your interior, but literally nobody needs this. The only way this could ever be cool is if this is going be garaged for 25 years until the next generation comes out, then trotted out as a dedicated show car. Don't do that. No matter what, this piece will just make you look like a sucker too easily parted from your money. Heated Steering Wheel: $250 Hey, that’s actually kind of reasonable if you’re prone to cold hands. AMG Performance Steering Wheel in Dinamica/Carbon Fiber: $900 This is the centerpiece of the carbon fiber theme. It looks cool, but we prefer a leather to the feel of the microfiber on the steering wheel. Our hands kept gravitating to the …
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Retail Price

$156,450 - $156,450 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine 4.0L V-8
MPG Up to 13 city / 15 highway
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 9-spd w/OD
Power 577 @ 6000 rpm
Drivetrain AMG Performance 4MATIC all wheel
Curb Weight 5,845 lbs
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