2013 Mercedes-Benz G-Class consumer reviews

$113,000 starting MSRP
side view of 2013 G-Class Mercedes-Benz
88% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 3.9
  • Interior design 4.3
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 3.7
  • Exterior styling 4.6
  • Reliability 4.7
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Cool car....fun to drive.

I’ve owned this car for over three years. I love driving it. It’s an SUV/sports car. Built like a tank. It’s been a good reliable vehicle.


Peeling paint

Red Mercedes w peeling paint Dealership won’t repaint Terrible customer service They won’t stand by their product This is how they treat a military family SHAME


Very Reliable and Well Built

Batteries get weak sometimes from sitting up. But thats expected with most Mercedes when they sit up for a while. Hand built quality that you can feel overtime you get in the vehicle. it is a solid vehicle. Built like a Tank.


Luxurious Brick

Love this offloading brick, very sexy truck with insane performance! Unbelievable offloading capabilities, only with the were more settings to comfort there ride...


Most beautiful car in the world

#1 suv I ever drive and this car you have to love to drive and it's car that not every body can drive


The only vehicle that I will continually own

I have driven this type of vehicle for 5 years and have never had any regrets. This truck has withstood high impact collisions with my driving on 2 occasions and I walked away from both accidents.


the greatest

value for the$$ is worth the price, only a few little problems with the steering column adjustments get 14.5 and better city driving but when you need power brother it's there. Mine is a G550. BTW my wife saw it at the dealership and fell in love with it.


Fun, Tall, good for the roads where we live.

I have always been attracted to utilitarian vehicles. Years ago I had a Jeep Wrangler, then moved on the a Land Rover Lr3, we also have a Range Rover. What I like about the G, it's really tall I can pull out without worrying about not being able to see around other cars. The biggest problem with the G is the lack of leg room in the front drivers seat. A tall male would not be comfortable driving the G Wagon as the seats do not go back far enough. That being said I love the car. It's fun to drive. I do not drive far to work or anywhere for that matter so gas milage isn't a huge issue. Off roading... I did go through a couple feet of water the other day w/o a problem while other cars were flooded. It also holds it's value when the Rangerovers drop substantially as soon as you drive one off the lot. The Rangerover is superior in handling, features and off roading though compared to the G. The problem with the Rangerover and Landrover is reliability, they really do brake all of the time. My Lr3 also leaked, and the dashboard where the airbag was cracked all the way around the airbag. So while features and handling might be superior on the Rovers I feel at least in having it for 7 months that the G is superior in construction.



Couldn't wait to get my hands on this baby ..a true dream come true ..get one for you and your mate :)