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VIDEO: Mercedes-Benz G-Class review - the best £140,000 you'll ever spend

Published 02 February 2019

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is insanely sensible, and arguably the best all-round car in the world...if you argue really hard and conveniently forget about a few things. Like how much it costs.

Click play above to watch our video review. Let us know what you think below. 

 

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Kingie    on 4 February 2019

I cannot open this either in email or web.

MarkNichol    on 4 February 2019

Hey. Sorry about that. Here’s a link to the video on YouTube: youtu.be/sqHHDxXSEao

luba6a2014    on 4 February 2019

Wow...wonderful video, as usual!

Edited by luba6a2014 on 04/02/2019 at 19:48

Andrew Greening    on 5 February 2019

Lovely, another sodding great tank for yummy mummy to block up the roads when taking the kids to school.

Don't need to see a video to understand if it costs £140,000 that I won't be getting one.

   on 5 February 2019

In Moscow, the previous model was usually used to carry an oligarch's bodyguards, while the oligarch himself was right in front in his Maybach or Bentley. Woe betide any unsuspecting motorist who ended up between the two of them.

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