• Mercedes wants to profit more from the success of its G-Class and is lowering the discounts for dealers starting in March

    1 day ago - By Business Insider

    The boxy cult car has been built since 1979 and is currently being snatched from the hands of the trade - from which the manufacturer would like to profit even more.
    The high-horsepower, high-consumption, and high-emission all-wheel-drive cars weigh heavily on the CO2 balance of the Mercedes fleet, and the efficiency traffic light of the G-AMG models is set to deep red.
    The top version already costs over 160,000 euros as a "cash model," and with popular optional extras it quickly adds up to 200,000 euros.
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