Moderate price increases for the Mercedes G-Class facelift

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Mercedes has already published the Mercedes G-Class configurator. The price increases are moderate as the standard equipment is richer.

Just two days after the unveiling of the Mercedes G-Class facelift, Mercedes has published the full price list in the Mercedes configurator. Prices have only moderately increased as standard equipment has improved, power has increased in the G 450 d and G 500, and all models, including the AMG G 63, have received 48V mild hybrid technology.

From 122,808 euros

Thus, entry into the Mercedes G-Class world starts at 122,808 euros for the new G 450 d. With 37 PS more power and 48V mild hybrid technology with an integrated 15 kW (20 PS) starter generator, the new G 450 d is 4,667 euros more expensive than the former G 400 d.

Also, the new G 500 with the 3-liter inline 6-cylinder engine costs 132,328 euros, 2,124 more than the former G 500 with the V8 engine. Power output has also increased by 28 PS, and the G 500 has also received mild hybrid technology on 48V.

On both models, the standard equipment has improved. First of all, the adaptive suspension that was previously optional is now standard. New assistance systems, a new multifunction steering wheel, a new off-road specific cockpit menu with the three specific off-road programs (Trail, Rock, Sand), and wireless smartphone charging have been added.

The top model AMG G 63 has the smallest price increase. It now costs 189,329 euros, just 2,083 euros more than before the facelift. It has the same power as before but has received 48V mild hybrid technology, Multibeam LED headlights, and AMG Active Ride Control adaptive suspension as standard.

New Professional Exterior Line

The Exclusive Exterior line comes with Multibeam LED headlights, a spare wheel ring in stainless steel and side running boards, and loading sill protection in stainless steel, which costs 5,343.10 euros.

The AMG Line (8,460 euros) gives a dynamic appearance and is characterized by wheel-arch extensions, 50.8-centimeter (20-inch) AMG alloy wheels with brake calipers with Mercedes-Benz lettering, and a multifunction sports steering wheel in nappa leather with three double spoke design, flattened at the bottom.

The new Professional Exterior line (1,785 euros) is suitable for those who drive more off-road and includes stone guards for the headlights, mud flaps, and all-terrain tires.

In the case of the AMG G 63, the AMG Carbon Exterior package costs 9,401 euros and comes with an optical underguard at the front in carbon, bumper inserts in carbon, front and rear, optical rear underguard in carbon, spare wheel cover in carbon, elements in carbon design, AMG exterior mirror housing in carbon design and external protective strip with decorative insert in carbon design.

The AMG Offroad Pro package with AMG Active Ride Control adaptive suspension with active stabilizer bars costs 11,894.05 euros and includes, besides roll stabilization, two programs: AMG Active Balance Control, which allows individually adjusting the roll stiffness from soft (Low) to rigid (High) and AMG Traction pro which allows adjusting the degree of differential lock in 7 levels.

One Comment

  • John Shane says:

    This G-Class facelift deserve a price increase because of its modern nd unique shape and after all it’s Mercedes!! What u Say?

    Exactly this I said. It deserve a price increase because G 450 d and G 500 has more power and mild hybrid technology and more standard equpiment. AMG G 63 receive also mild hybrid and AMG Active Ride suspension is now standard.