Mercedes-Benz clears G-Class backlog, reopens orders

Mercedes-Benz clears G-Class backlog, reopens orders


Mercedes-Benz Australia has introduced it has reopened orders for the Mercedes-AMG G63, virtually two years after it shut them on account of lengthy supply instances.

Clients who place an order immediately for a brand new G63 can obtain a car as early as November.

A spokesperson from Mercedes-Benz Australia informed CarExpert it predicts an inflow of orders might push deliveries out to January/February 2024.

Mercedes-Benz Australia has not confirmed what number of constructed spots can be found.

Pricing has been adjusted to mirror updates to the Luxurious Car Tax, and the G63 now retails for $363,561 earlier than on-road prices – a discount of $1530.

Regardless of this discount, since 2021 Mercedes-Benz has elevated its pricing on the G-Class by $74,561.

Earlier this yr, Mercedes-AMG launched a restricted version G63 Version 55 which a spokesperson confirms offered out “instantly”.

There’s only one G-Class variant out there now in Australia, following the discontinuation of the Mercedes-Benz G400d after solely round 12 months available on the market.

The Mercedes-Benz G400d first arrived in Australian Mercedes-Benz sellers in July 2021, becoming a member of the considerably extra widespread Mercedes-AMG G63 that arrived in 2018.

Whereas the corporate took (and honoured) some G400d orders, the overwhelming majority of G-Wagen consumers right here opted for the wild AMG G63.

Trying to the longer term, Mercedes-Benz revealed the “near-production” electrical Concept EQG in September 2021, with evolutionary seems and the promise of sufficient off-road capability to match combustion-powered G-Wagens.

A manufacturing Mercedes-Benz EQG is anticipated to be revealed in 2024. We’ve already had a ride-along in a camouflaged prototype, and in addition spied a number of prototypes.

This electrical G-Class can have a quad-electric motor setup and will probably be based mostly on a variation of the common G-Class’s conventional body-on-frame underpinnings.

The manufacturing model of the Mercedes-Benz EQG will probably be constructed alongside the combustion G-Class at associate Magna Steyr’s plant in Graz, Austria.

MORE: Everything Mercedes-AMG G63



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