2011 Mercedes-Benz G Class Owner's Manual
Of course, the Mercedes-Benz engineers did not stand aside from the G-Class update. Despite the fact that numerous active and passive safety systems developed by German specialists are considered among the most advanced in the world, work on them never stops. The updated Gelendvagen has become another platform for demonstrating the technological superiority of Mercedes-Benz over its competitors, but more importantly, lane keeping and blind spot monitoring systems are now included in the basic package, whereas earlier they could only be installed for an extra charge.
The all-wheel drive Mercedes-Benz G-Class can be driven by a 3-liter diesel V6 that produces 211 hp. With. power (modification G350 BlueTec) and 540 Nm at 1600-2400 rpm, or a 5.5-liter gasoline V8 with 388 “horses” and 530 Nm of torque in the range from 2800 to 4800 rpm (modification G500). Moreover, even with such characteristics, according to the manufacturer, fuel consumption will not be so great. In the first case, for a 100 km journey in a combined cycle, the car will “eat” a little more than 11 liters, and in the second – almost 15. In both cases, a 7-speed automatic transmission 7G-TronicPlus works in tandem with the engine.
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