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It will only set you back a cool $1.2 million.
Mitchell Loewen was one of the first to the crash scene.
Former freeskier had no choice when the big G wouldn't fit in his garage.
Few vehicles have left the Autoblog staff so divided.
It was like telling a fourth grade class they were going to Disneyland. Upon landing in southern France to drive the 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class, the assembled group of jet lagged automotive writers were informed that they were not only about to drive the first next-generation G-Class ever (incredibly cool and exciting in its own right) but were also going to get a chance to drive a selection of classic G Wagens as well. An audible gasp was heard.
The road ahead is unpaved, rock-strewn and rut-rich. Deep puddles blast murky water across the windshield. Colossal three-blade windmills tower overhead, perilously sprouting like whitewashed redwoods at the outer edges of corners. The urge is to play it safe, to tackle this rally proving ground with the sort of caution you'd normally take off road. But, this is the 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class, and to dawdle would be to miss out on the massive capabilities it possesses, which the majority of its
Mercedes would be the latest and largest automaker to withdraw from NAIAS.
Winters are long in Siberia.
Those looking for real off-road and towing capabilities need only look at what came to Detroit to see the future of SUVs.
Mercedes has to be extremely careful when redesigning such an important nameplate.
It should be a much better on-road driver, and still plenty capable off road.
An early frontrunner for craziest Detroit Auto Show display.
You like supercars? We offer you the mid-engine Corvette. Pickup trucks? How about the 2019 Ram 1500. A vintage bus-turned-RV? Yep, we've even got that.
"We swear, the new G is still a serious off-roader."
Crossovers for Millennials, luxury SUVs from Germany, plug-in hybrid sedans, and future trucks.