2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class Gilbert, AZ

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV has come a long way since it was first presented in 1979. While the outward appearance may not have had many significant changes, the technology and interior components have seen some drastic alterations. Now, the G-Class is back for 2019. Here near Gilbert, AZ, we’ve decided to research this iconic vehicle and share it with you. Take a look!

One of the more exciting features is presented in the form of the AMG® G 63. This trim has the AMG® 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine. This particular engine will give you a powerful 577 horsepower and 627 lb.-ft. of torque. This trim will also give you an AMG® SPEEDSHIFT® TCT 9G transmission to go along with the powerful engine.

While the G-Class is a dependable choice to drive off-road, there are more qualities than just the power of the vehicle to consider. Let’s find out what those qualities are.

2019 MB G-Class exterior front fascia and drivers side on rocky road

Technology features in the 2019 G-Class

You’ll be able to have the DYNAMIC SELECT® system in some of the G-Class trims. This driving system has 4 driving modes: Individual, Eco, Comfort, and Sport. These driving modes offer an ability to adjust to different driving conditions.

Driver-assist technologies are becoming more and more popular in all makes and models, and the Mercedes-Benz G-Class is no exception. You’ll see technologies such as the ATTENTION ASSIST®, which can help keep the driver alert and awake on long trips or when they are tired. The Active Braking Assist® technology can help detect cyclists and pedestrians around the vehicle, and the PRESAFE®* system helps reduce the effect of a crash by closing the windows.

Our team of experts are always happy to tell you more about the Mercedes-Benz vehicles, so if you have any questions about this model, or any other Mercedes-Benz model, then please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead.

*PRESAFE® closes the side windows when the system's sensors detect side movements that suggest a possible rollover. A small gap is left near the fully closed position. Seat and head restraints adjust only when equipped with memory system