Mercedes-Benz G 500

The Mercedes-Benz G 500 is a built in Austria SUV produced since 1979 from the G-Class, the Stuttgart-based car manufacturer. Also known as the G-model Mercedes-Benz G 500 was little changed visually and technically from the beginning of production and thus available to the Land Rover in the history of barely. In the following period of production for the first time a Mercedes-Benz G 500 was introduced in 1993. The cars of yesteryear with a 5.0 - liter V8 petrol engine was fitted, which fueled the SUV with 240 hp. As part of the facelift of the Mercedes-Benz G 500 A 296 hp engine was fitted in 1999, which was replaced in 2007 by a 5.5 - liter gasoline engine and the Mercedes-Benz G 500 now 388 hP provides. Only the AMG variants of the SUV are even more motorized. Still, the Mercedes-Benz G 500 is produced in the Magna Steyr plant in Austria and is still running there until the year 2015 from the band and further embody the purist SUV.

Tech details

Year 2012
Body type SUV
Engine Gasoline, 5461cm³, 387HP
Drive permanent all-wheel
Gearbox automatic
Top speed (km/h) 210
0 - 100 km/h (s)
Seats 5
Doors 5
Emissions CO2 348g/km Euro 5
Consumption (l/100km)
20 / 11.9 / 14.9
Dimensions (mm)
4670 / 1760 / 1950
Payload 670kg 250l
Insurance class 24 HF / 25 TK / 26 VK