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Mercedes Benz G-500 pictures for your desktop background. On this webpage you can find pictures of the
Mercedes G500 offroad car, also known as the G-Wagen.
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Some info about the Mercedes G-500:The Mercedes G class, also named G-wagen, is defined by its boxy design and body-on-frame construction.
It has three fully locking differentials, one of the few off-road cars to have such a option.
The G-Wagen was manufactured by Steyr-Daimler-Puch and first presented for sale in 1979 and re-styled in
1990 and 1991. The G-class was born as a military car and available as a public version in 1979. Mercedes
G-class replaced the cheaper and weaker Volkswagen Iltis.
The 2009 Mercedes G500 and G55 AMG are offered for sale at the 30-year anniversary of the G-Series.
Both models came with cosmetic redesign, and most noticeable with the all-new grill, rims and telematics.
The G-Class is fitted with two new different engines: a 5.5L V8 with a 7-speed automatic transmission in the
G500, and a 5.5-liter (500hp) supercharged V8 with 5-speed automatic transmission in the AMG-tuned G55 model.
2011 was the last year for the G55 AMG featuring the supercharged 5,4L V8 motor. The successor will be a G65
AMG, utilizing a twin-turbocharged 6L V12 motor from S65 and CL65 series.
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Mercedes G-500 basic specifications:Manufacturer: Mercedes-Benz
Body style: 2-door SWB SUV, 4-door LWB SUV
Class: Mid-size sport utility vehicle
Layout: Front engine, rear-wheel drive / Four-wheel drive
Engine: 2.0L; 2.3L; 2.8L; 3.0L Diesel; 4.0L V8 Diesel; 5.0L V8; 5.4L 469 hp supercharged V8
Other online resources about the Mercedes G-500:- Mercedes G350 BlueTec First Drive Review
- Expedition vehicles on Mercedes G class