The new Mercedes-Benz G 350d is the first non-AMG and diesel version of the G-Class to land on Indian shores.
The G-Class or the G-Wagen as it was previously known, completes 40 years of production this year and the model continues to one of the sturdiest SUVs built for the military and later for civilian use.
The biggest change on the Mercedes-Benz G 350d compared to the G63 AMG is the more economical engine option on offer.
On the design front, the Mercedes-Benz G 350d gets subtle differences over the AMG trim.
The SUV though looks menacing in every way complete with its boxy proportions, round headlamps with integrated LED daytime running lights, LED taillights, while the grille gets the massive three-pointed star logo, making quite the statement.
Inside, the Mercedes-Benz G 350d gets an identical cabin to that of the G63 AMG.
It also gets a different steering wheel and misses out on the carbon fibre trims seen on the AMG variant, while the seats are upholstered in Artica leather instead of Nappa.
The Mercedes G 350d comes to India as a CBU (completely built-up) unit. Power comes from the 3.0-litre, in-line six-cylinder diesel that belts out 282 bhp and 600 Nm of peak torque. The motor is paired with a 9-speed automatic transmission.
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