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Mercedes-Benz G-Class Edition30.Pur

Mercedes-Benz G-Class Edition30.Pur

To mark the 30th anniversary of the first G-Class, Mercedes has introduced a new hardcore model to conquer any terrain in Swat team style. With optional off-road packages, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class Edition30.Pur can be equipped with all-terrain tires on 16" aluminum wheels, flexible wheel arch flaring, protective grilles for the headlamps and lights, a large roofrack with ladder, a towing lug at the front and a two-section rear door. Inside is a load compartment with a wooden floor, an auxiliary heater and A/C, gray-and-black plaid or man-made leather seats, rubber floor coverings, spray-protected controls, and drains in the footwells. [via]

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