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The 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class changes more than any Geländewagen has changed during its 40-year run. With updates like an independent front suspension, variable-rate electronically managed shocks, more interior volume and a bevy of Benz-style safety systems, Mercedes has at least tacitly acknowledge that most G550 and G63 customers don’t do what the G-Wagen was originally intended to do–and that would be carving its own path where no path exists.

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Aleksandar LilichFeaturedauto news,Mercedes
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class changes more than any Geländewagen has changed during its 40-year run. With updates like an independent front suspension, variable-rate electronically managed shocks, more interior volume and a bevy of Benz-style safety systems, Mercedes has at least tacitly acknowledge that most G550 and G63 customers don’t do what the G-Wagen...