Modified Mercedes GLA with offroad wheels

Mercedes GLA Lift Kit & Off-road Mods: A/T Wheels, Roof Rack & Other

We don’t often see a Mercedes with off-road modifications, especially in Japan, but when we…

Latest Posts About Lifted Mercedes G-Class

Mercedes proudly belongs to the upper-class vehicles no matter if it’s a small sedan or a top of the line SUV. This status has been earned for more than hundred years of unstoppable development and cutting edge technologies that revolutionize the automotive industry with the release of every new generation of their iconic models.

Mercedes G-class is certainly the most interesting model for an off-road enthusiast thanks to the bulletproof reputation, bold style, and impressive 4×4 qualities. The first generation of this model has been released in 1979 as a spartan military vehicle and remained in production with minimal changes until 2018 when the 2nd generation of the G-Class has entered the market.

Throughout the years it has evolved into an ultimate world-class luxury SUV, but despite this fact, it never lost the brutal character and genuine 4×4 DNA. Perhaps that’s why it became an icon for such a big number of fans all around the world.

Lifting a Mercedes G-wagon

Powerful V8 and V12 turbocharged engines have made the top models of the G-Wagon like G55 and G63 popular among the fans of the luxury performance SUVs. These models are mostly used as on-road vehicles and rarely leave the concrete roads, although today we keep seeing more and more of the G-Class owners returning to the off-road roots of this model and upgrading them with popular 4×4 mods such as beefy tires, lift, roof racks, steel bumpers, and winches. Read more about lifting and portal axle lift kits for G wagon.

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  • There is a guy in my high school that drives a 100k black Mercedes G63 AMG damn rich kids don’t know the proper way of modifying these bricks.

  • I just can’t imagine somebody taking a $100k benz out on the trails. I mean any chip or scratch will cost you way too much that it wood on a JK. Plus they they seem to have a way to high center of gravity which in my opinion can make it roll over, whers jk is much wider and stable.

  • Used Geländewagen is not that expensive here in Germany, in fact they are even cheaper than Jeep Wrangler, so I would say that you can call it a european Wrangler. You can pick one up for just about $5000, do some basic maintanance and take it up to the mountains. According to the license plates the green W460 is from eourope!

    • That’s very cool, I wish they were that cheap in US! And we definitely need more diesel power here

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