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MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS Lease

If a company was to ever create a luxurious tank division, it most certainly would be Mercedes-Benz. The evidence to this is found in plenty when viewing the Mercedes G-Class, a luxurious behemoth that's just as at home up to its wheel arches in mud as it is cruising down the M65.

Somewhat of a rarity on British roads, the bulletproof ruggedness of the G-Wagen together with the sumptuously luxurious quality of the high standard interior provide a relationship that you would never expect but one that works so very well together.

Superior off-road ability is a defined trait that Mercedes are proud of in the G-Wagen, and it has it to offer in spades. Not just this but impressive performance from the choice of diesel and petrol engines will certainly provide mountains of fun and exhilaration for you too.

Offering a cool, retro appeal to the styling, like the Land Rover Defender for many decades; the Merc G-Class hasn't changed much within the last 36 years, still offering a reliable and entertaining motoring experience for all drivers.

Hand built in true German fashion, this off-roader is packed full of technology, presenting occupants with a myriad of innovative gadgets and features to immerse them in. A solid, trusty and practical vehicle, discover the spacious, time honoured G-Class SUV today on the right car lease opportunity for you.

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MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS DIESEL STATION WAGON
G350d 5dr Tip Auto
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: Auto
MPG: 29
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£1,217.80
£1,363.40
£1,480.19
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exc VAT
£1,017.82
£1,134.83
£1,236.33
MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS AMG STATION WAGON
G63 [571] 5dr Tip Auto
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Auto
MPG: 21
Personal
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£1,948.41
£2,120.18
£2,354.40
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exc VAT
£1,610.01
£1,757.19
£1,961.17
MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS AMG STATION WAGON SPECIAL EDITION
G63 Colour Edition 5dr Tip Auto
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Auto
MPG: 21
Personal
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£2,252.18
£2,472.30
£2,875.45
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£1,870.85
£2,050.42
£2,397.06
MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS AMG STATION WAGON SPECIAL EDITION
G63 Edition 463 5dr Tip Auto
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Auto
MPG: 21
Personal
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£2,286.59
£2,534.35
£2,906.11
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£1,890.92
£2,102.35
£2,422.65

Review
MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS

Solid as a rock, tougher than granite and impervious to the sands of time, there’s nothing quite like a Mercedes G-Class. But those in search of the most awesomely capable off roader money can buy will love the thought of having one.

MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS
MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS

There’s nothing quite like it. The door with its fat black button opens and shuts like that of a bank vault. Inside, you sit higher up than in any other 4x4, looking down imperiously upon a sea of pretend SUVs. HGV-style bonnet-mounted indicators mark the corner perimeters of a square stolid shape guaranteed to severely frighten any unfortunate supermini you bear down upon in the fast lane as at the wheel, you command both the road and your destiny.

And as long as you approach the driving experience in this frame of mind. Mercedes has sharpened up the springs on UK models.

The G-Class is different, with plenty of ground clearance, plus it’s equipped with a proper tough low range transfer case that gives you another seven low range gears in sticky terrain.

Get onto really rough stuff and you’ve the choice of locking each of the three differentials in separate sequence – rear, centre, then front – using this simple in-dash push-button system. This mechanical hardware is further enhanced by a specially developed ESP stability programme, BAS Brake Assist and, most importantly, ‘4ETS’. This ‘Electronic Traction System’ should get you out of the most glutinous bog by transferring power only to the wheels with the grip to use it. And the result of all this? Quite simply, a car that will get you through almost anything.

By anyone’s reckoning, this is an unlikely fashion accessory. Yet despite a setsquare shape with the aerodynamic qualities the facelifted, thoroughly updated version of the W463 series third generation model, first introduced way back in 1989 and still going strong. Other markets offer short wheelbase hardtop or convertible three-door variants but here, only long wheelbase derivatives are on offer all hand-built for Mercedes by off road specialists.

All models sit on the same, tough ladder-frame chassis and use the simplest mechanicals to ensure that they can be easily serviced and maintained in all parts of the world. Some of the bits are borrowed from Mercedes commercial vehicles and there’s definitely more than a whiff of LCV once you take your high-set seat in the cabin. You’ll need no convincing of the thirty years of heritage thanks to ergonomics that remind you just how much automotive design has progressed since the late Eighties. Hence the upright driving position, the low-set sat nav placement and the siting of the gearstick.

To be fair, the interior design team have made some effort to justify a six-figure asking price with leather upholstery and burr walnut trim but you don’t have to look too far beyond this to discover the lashings of utilitarian black vinyl that surround it. It’s certainly practical, the boxy glassy shape offering good all-round visibility marred only by that huge spare wheel on the rear door.

Whether you want to make a really big statement with your choice of 4x4 or you simply want the most capable, road-sensible off roader there is, the Mercedes G-Class offers a money-no-object solution. With a design dating back to the Seventies, it may be old in concept, but it remains classily cool with an appeal remaining undimmed against the changing fads of automotive fashion.

G-Class users want something more than just another luxury SUV. They want something exclusive. Something unique. And something more capable in the world’s toughest terrains than just about anything else on four wheels. It’s at home anywhere and it is quite simply, unique.

MERCEDES-BENZ G CLASS Lease