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Mercedes Benz G550

Mercedes Benz G550

The Mercedes-Benz G550 might well be the ultimate in SUV technology; a perfect synergy of strength and luxury. This incredible car delivers you 416hp, 450lb-ft of torque and will get you from 0 to 60 in an impressive 5.6 seconds. But it’s not just a power machine, the G550 is also among the most uniquely designed, stylish and luxurious models you’ll find in any category.

The G550 is a seriously powerful machine, with all that horsepower emanating from the awesome 4.0L V8 bi-turbo engine. Continuous AWD is standard in the G550, which allows you fantastic traction and control wherever you are driving. The vehicle rides on absolutely stunning 8-spoke alloy wheels, with sizes from 18 to 20 inches. Strong lines and an imposing and impressive frame are standard, of course, but you can upgrade it even further by opting for AMG styling. The G550 is not a car to be ignored.

The interior comes with a raft of options and upgrades so you can really make the Mercedes-Benz G550 your own. Fine and exquisite are the order of the day when you sit in the G550. You get multi-contour front seats with ventilation, rapid heating and even massage if you wish. All the upholstery is sumptuous Nappa leather, and the entire inside has a feeling of crafted opulence.

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Mercedes continue their reputation for fantastic technology and innovation in the G550, too. To start with, your media and navigation is shown on a flawless, immaculate 12.3” central touchscreen, features on which you can easily control with the Cockpit Management and Data (COMAND®) system. Placed ergonomically for ideal reach, the COMAND makes it easy through swiping and one-click buttons to set everything up exactly as you like. There’s even an additional 12.3” digital instrument cluster to replace the standard analogue if you want to take high-tech to its highest levels. The display is fully customizable and comes with a variety of appearances to best suit your current driving situation.

Always at the forefront of safety as well as style, Mercedes have included their Attention Assist program (the first of its kind in the world) which monitors up to 70 aspects of your driving behavior to offer alerts and reminders about taking a brake and driving more safely. There’s also radar-based cruise control and speed limiter, blind spot assist, lane keep assist, rear-cross traffic alert and much more.

You’ll always stay connected and charged thanks to USB, aux and SD ports, as well as voice recognition and easy integration of your devices via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The optional in-car Wi-Fi can further keep you connected without having to rely too much on your data plan! 

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Range Rover and G63 Rental

Range Rover and G63 Rental

When you think ‘big expensive luxury SUVs’, there are two prominent names that immediately come to mind. 1, the legendary Range Rover and 2, the equally esteemed Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen. They’re both venerated with a cult following of their own. Both Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz understand this too, as the contemporary models definitely evoke the looks of their respective roots that potential prospects seemingly dote. Therefore, we’ll be comparing the two, specifically pitting the Range Rover Sport SVR against the Mercedes-Benz G63 for parity. Similarities

Both the G63 and Sport SVR follow their genesis that dates far back. In fact, the original G- Wagen and Range Rover was introduced in the 70s. Similarly, both models slowly transitioned from rugged, essentially barebones off-road prowlers into extravagant status symbols that thrives at roving around cities. Of course, it can also be argued that these are amongst the most excessive automobiles money can readily purchase. Both of them are massive SUVs powered by ridiculous forced-induction V8s driving all four wheels endowing a 0-62 mph time of around 4.5 seconds. In other words, both of these SUVs will handily tail a modern Porsche 911 Carrera 4 off the line. Both SUVs also sports driving modes for different occasions. While buyers of either model will likely never see dirt in their hyper-luxurious opulent SUVs, both models haven’t lost their innate trail expedition aptitude. Both models have locking differentials, variable ride height, solid ground clearance, low range, clever computerized terrain navigation, etc. And while going off the beaten path, you’ll be surrounded by plenty of leather and exotic materials within the cabin.

Range Rover Sport SVR
SVR in the name represents the involvement of Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) team in the production. Powered by a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 that puts out 575 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque, the SVR sprints from 0-62 mph in just 4.3 seconds all the way to 176 mph.

 

Range Rover and G63That said, most Range Rover Sport SVRs you’re going to see isn’t going to use even half of its neck-snapping prowess. Instead, you’ll see its other trait plainly displayed. Boasting the classic Range Rover shape and brawny, yet somehow sleek lines, it demands attention from the crowd while rolling on asphalt. While some may say it’s a tad ostentatious, there’s no denying the road presence that’s indigenous to almost all modern Range Rovers In terms of dynamics, the Range Rover Sport SVR has an edge as well. It’s relatively light at 5,093 lbs and it’s actually designed to dance around corners gracefully. You may have seen videos of one manoeuvring through the very technical Tianmen Road in 9:51. That’s an impressive lap for a 7-mile course with 99 turns. In fact, it outpaces a Ferrari 458 driven on the same road by over 30 seconds. And with all that handling finesse, you’ll still see videos of the same SUV that anyone can navigate tricky country trails in thanks to the Terrain Response 2 system.

Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG
It’s worth noting that the G63 AMG we’re talking about here is the latest iteration with the new V8. Powered by the 4.0-litre M178 twin-turbocharged V8, which is smaller than the SVR’s V8, it punches well above its weight class, producing 577 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. The latter is especially remarkable when it comes to hills and overtakes. While it’s portly at 5621 lbs, the G63 AMG will certainly feel sprightly. Mercedes-AMG has somehow managed to preserve that peak torque throughout the rev range, allowing keen drivers to effortlessly surge pass cars on highways even just feathering the throttle. It’s quite comical when you remember that it’s a hefty SUV. That said, its lofty nature and weight encumbers it, compromising its cornering affinity

Range Rover and G63

somewhat. It’s definitely still capable, and markedly easier to handle than the G63 it’s replacing. Its off-road capabilities are laudable, with fully-locking differentials, similarly impressive Dynamic Select terrain selection system. Although, arguably, the SVR is a more capable trekker.

Arguably, the G63 AMG is one of few cars that exhibit comparable road presence to the Range Rover. People absolutely love its decade-old muscular and geometrical styling retrofitted with modern touches. Thankfully it’s now an up-to-date SUV underneath despite conserving the classic look.

Verdict
Let’s admit it, both the Range Rover Sport SVR and Mercedes-AMG G63 are status symbols. People buy these to cruise around places like the Beverly Hills, and both will do an excellent job at that. However, I’m ever so slightly inclined towards the SVR, simply because I do love the subtle supercharger whine and thunderous, yet characterful exhaust note.

 

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