MercedesBenz G350 CDI Bluetec retro 4WD comparison review

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It’s bold and expensive, and — — not counted among crop of luxury SUVs, include the GL-, M- and R-Class Instead, it’s simply a

It might have only of power on tap from the 3.0-litre V6 but maxes at a stump-pulling 540Nm, from idle.

Press and tug the door handle and a big climb up behind the wheel. after pulling hard on the to get it closed with a necessary but thud, you’re given a view of the outside world the cosseting leather seat. the seven-speed automatic gearbox drive and you’re left an extremely capable off-roader once you work out the best of buttons to mash. The G350 has separate toggle switches for the centre and rear differentials to it push drive to the wheels it is needed. It also has a separate hidden in front of the gear to switch between high and low

However, the differential locking is not and needs a bit of planning to work Picking the right combination for the conditions is not altogether intuitive, nor is it as clever as rival systems just demand the driver at the terrain outside the window and it to a picture on a dial.

As with the Defender, the Benz’s lies in its interior space. said, the driver’s footwell is a bit and there’s a huge step accelerator and brake. The steering, the doors, is heavy, particularly at low while drivers feel despite the airy cabin and the cup — a flip-out cargo net on the driver’s footwell — is

The grumbles continue. The console stash space for small the Benz’s iPod connectivity under fire as being and complicated, and the exterior styling the camp between those who see it as and those who think it’s plain outdated.

That said, everyone is the Benz is here and it quickly itself as the designated rescue should any of the other off-roaders bogged down.

On the flat stretches, the G350 feels and planted, even under braking, while the taut that suffers over the improves the vehicle’s roadholding

Vital statistics

Military Based on ultra-tough G-Wagen This version gets ride height, less-tough better drivetrain.

How much? $161,680 plus on-road and costs ($169,480 as tested, optional $3200 electric $1100 Bluetooth, $900 walnut wood trim, wood and leather steering and $1100 dark tinted

Engine: 3.0-litre turbo V6; 155kW/540Nm; 7-sp auto; and 295g/km CO2; 4WD

Weight: 2500kg

Fuel capacity: 96L

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