Full-size SUVs remain highly-popular among American drivers, loved for their capability, versatility, and sheer size. Luxury SUVs take everything you love about standard SUVs and amplifies it with exquisite styling, premium features, and plenty of amenities to spoil passengers. To highlight the iconic Mercedes-Benz SUV, we did a 2017 Mercedes-Benz G-Class vs 2017 Land Rover Range Rover comparison.
The most striking difference between the two SUVs is the price tag—but drivers in the market for a Mercedes-Benz will likely not find this deterring. While the G-Class offers drivers plenty of design customization options, it only offers one engine option compared to the Rang Rover's three. The G-Class generates more horsepower and torque than the Range Rover's two smallest engines. Both SUVs offer similar cargo and towing capacities, although the Range Rover offers more of both.
|2017 Mercedes-Benz G-Class||VS||2017 Land Rover Range Rover|
|4.0L V8||Engine Specs||3.0L V6 / 3.0L V6 diesel / 5.0L V8|
|416 horsepower & 450 lb-ft torque||Horsepower & Torque||254-550 horsepower & 332-502 lb-ft torque|
|Up to 75.1 cubic feet & 7,000 pounds||Max Cargo & Towing Capacities||Up to 82.8 cubic feet & 7,716 pounds|
The 2017 Mercedes-Benz G-Class interior remains a living tribute to a tradition of fine craftsmanship throughout G-Class history. Exquisitely handcrafted cabin appointments offer G-Glass owners a nearly unlimited palette of personalization. The G-Class cabin can be fitted with dozens of Nappa leathers in a variety of styles, colors, and stitching details. The cabin also offers six hand-finished trim options in rich wood or carbon fiber and a wide spectrum of paint colors from classic solids to modern matte finishes.