Mercedes’ facelifted iconic G-class will start at a whopping £82,945 for the entry-level G350 Bluetec. And if you fancy the range-topping G63 AMG, you’ll need to fork out £123,115.
Performance and economy figures for the 208bhp, 3.0-litre V6 diesel G350 Bluetec will remain unchanged; 25.2mpg on the combined fuel cycle, with CO2 emissions of 295g/km.
LED daytime running lights, heated front and rear leather seats, parking cameras, new 18in alloy wheels, electric folding and heated mirrors and a Harman Kardon audio system are all standard kit.
Features of the flagship G63 AMG comprise the tuning arm’s exterior body kit, plus a redesigned radiator grille, wheel arch extensions, a bespoke sports exhaust system and new 20-inch alloy wheels.
The G63 meanwhile gets a twin-turbo 5.5-litre V8 which produces 537bhp and 561lb/ft of torque. That’s an increase of 37bhp and 44lb/ft on the previous model, the G55.
But despite the increase in power, it’s actually 13% cleaner, emitting 322g/km CO2, and 15% more fuel efficient, with a combined figure of 20.5mpg.
The G63 AMG comes complete with new 20in alloys, the tuning arm’s exterior body kit, plus a redesigned radiator grille, wheel arch extensions and a bespoke sports exhaust system.