Vehicle Overview

Adding to the G-class’s off-road chops, the interior is all about luxury and offers more space for people and cargo than the previous generation. Standard features include a 12.3-inch fully digital gauge cluster, heated front and rear seats with leather upholstery, a power-adjustable steering column, and three-zone automatic climate control. With the check of a few option boxes, buyers can enjoy massaging front seats with ventilation, a heated steering wheel, nappa leather upholstery, and a digital gauge display. The G manufaktur options offer the most opulent aesthetic and allow more than 54 unique interior upholsteries, but they cost a considerable amount of money. While there’s no shortage of headroom in the front or rear seats, the experience isn’t as palatial as other high-end SUVs such as the Bentley Bentayga or Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Still, the Benz has tons of cargo space. The version we tested held 16 carry-on suitcases behind its back row and another 17 bags with those seats folded (33 total).

Passengers: 4Iphone Charger: YesFully Insured: Yes
Interior: Black LeatherOn Board Drinks: YesSmoking: No
DVD Player: YesOn Board Snacks: YesSurround Sound: Yes
On Board Wifi: YesBag Capacity: 4LCD Screens: Yes