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MERCEDES G550 VS G63 – The Los Angeles Gwagon Rental Comparison

Comparing Mercedes G Class Rental Los Angeles

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Comparing Mercedes G Class Rental Los Angeles at 777 Exotics is powered by a 416 hp, 4.0 L twin-turbo V8 engine and a 610 N.m (450 lb-ft) of torque. This is an upgrade to the 5.5 L, naturally aspirated V8 engine in the 2015 model that could only manage 382 hp with 391 lb-ft. Mercedes G63 on the other hand outshines the G 550 with its newly upgraded 621 hp, twin turbocharged V12 engine, from the 563 hp, 561lb-ft torque in the 2015 model .

Comparing Mercedes G Class The G550 and G63 Engine

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G63 and G550 Performance

G 550 does 0 – 60 mph in less than 5.7 seconds and a quarter-mile in 14.4 seconds at 97 mph. The G 63 model is, however, quicker than the G 550 hitting the 60 mph line in just 4.8 seconds and a quarter-mile in 13.3 seconds at 107 mph. It has a top speed of 130 mph and can brake from 70 mph to 0 in less than 163 feet while the G 550 needs additional 20 feet to stop from 70 mph. The G550 has an economical fuel consumption doing 15 mpg when compared to the G 63’s 13 mpg (owing to its large displacement engine)

SUV Transmission

Just like the G63 rental, G 550 has an All-Wheel drive system with a 7-speed automatic transmission. The G 63’s AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC automatic transmission features AMG shift paddles on the steering wheel and three driving modes with different accelerating and shifting experience. Both have three locking differentials for off-roading.


Suspension and steering on G Class Vehicles

They have live axles and coils up front and in the rear. Both the G 550 and G 63 latest models are equipped with optional driver adjustable dampers and have recirculating-ball type steering system.

Luxury G63 and G550 Interior Options

For the G 63, supportive comfy leather sets which are heated and ventilated are what ushers one in. The white illuminated stainless steel panels with AMG lettering hardly goes unnoticed. The G 63 boasts more than 120 cubic feet of interior space. The state of the art infotainment system has been redesigned to feature a large, center-mounted color display as part of the COMAND system with a multiple DVD player and controllers. The interior access and navigation system has been integrated with special off-road features also made available.

With an extra $ 149, 175, one can get carbon-fiber interior trim, rear seat entertainment systems with dual monitors, purple design mystic blue metallic paint, heated steering wheel, and an all-wheel floor matt. However, the legroom, headroom and the narrow cabin are not that impressive.

For the G 550, the cabin is laced with leather and though narrow, is upright. The infotainment system includes a TFT color display between two round dials and a tablet-style display for the standard COMAND system, merging navigation, entertainment and connectivity functions.

Mercedes G550 Exterior

The G 63 comes with an AMG sports exhaust system, almost similar to G 550’s dual side-exiting exhausts. Just like the G 550, the G 63’s suspension system settings are adjusted for more handling characteristics. It has a twin-blade radiator grill with four chrome inserts. Still on the front, the AMG G 63 bumpers have three large airflow inlets. The new LED daytime running lights are positioned just below the bi-xenon headlights.

The Mercedes SUV Dimensions

The G 63 is 79 pounds heavier weighing 5961 pounds. It is equipped with much larger brakes (14.8 inch and 13.0-inch front and rear rotors respectively) than the G 550’s 12.4 and 10.7 inch rotors due to its 20 inch tires which is an inch larger than what G 550 has.



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Bentley Bentayga Mulliner Rental

Bentley Bentayga Mulliner Rental

When it comes to getting really pricey, only a handful of brands can compete against Bentley. Year 2018 brings along Bentley Bentayga Mulliner Rental, a rendition of the SUV which boosts the price even higher into the sky. However, customers won’t pay just for the name, but will also get a redesigned chrome fascia and 22-inch wheels with weighted centers that will always display the Bentley logo upright.

The inside of the Mulliner boasts the finest sewn leather upholstery, holding spots for champagne flutes and 15-color customizable ambient lightning which reflects beautifully against the wooden inserts.

Bentayga Mulliner is the ultimate expression of the world’s most luxurious SUV.

Developed and created by Mulliner it takes Bentayga to another level through the exquisite craftsmanship for which Mulliner is renowned. Every detail has been considered, every idea developed and refined to be the best of the best.

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Rolls-Royce Cullinan Rental

Rolls Royce Cullinan Rental

It was only a matter of time wasn’t it? The popularity of the SUV has forced even the most luxurious of car manufacturers to start making them. Think of Jaguar and the F-Pace or Bentley and the Bentayga. Rolls Royce Cullinan Rental is set to join in on the action soon, with this: the Cullinan. Because Rolls is owned by BMW, we can expect it to share a platform with the X6, much like the Bentayga shares its platform with the Audi Q7. Make no mistake though, it will be a proper Rolls-Royce inside. Expensive leather, sumptuous comfort, and craftsmanship to die for.

Although Rolls Royce has no history with SUVs, the company cited vehicles from the past which have been successful in events such as the Scottish Reliability Trials and the Alpine Trials, and had the ability to carry their owners “over challenging terrain with absolute reliability and comfort” in Australia, India, and other parts of the world.

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