2007 Mercedes-Benz G-Class Values

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2007 model year changes View changes +

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is largely unchanged for 2007. Most notably, Mercedes-Benz upgraded the five-speed automatic to a seven-speed, and bi-xenon HID headlights and Sirius satellite radio are now standard equipment. The navigation system has been improved as well.

Competitive comparison View advantages +

Copious off-road aptitude; military-burly, yet luxurious; spacious interior.

Special features for 2007 View special features +

The 2007 G-Class is Mercedes-Benz' largest SUV, with 124 cubic feet of interior passenger space and 45 cubic feet of cargo capacity. The standard 5.0L V8 and available 5.5L V8 powertrains endow the G-Class with an impressive 7,000-pound towing capacity, and also make the G-Wagen the most powerful SUV in the Mercedes-Benz stable. The G-Class upholds the Mercedes-Benz reputation of unmatched luxury, but it is also sturdy and capable enough to be a rugged off-road machine. Its military heritage and high build quality means it has a pedigree few of its luxury-oriented peers can compete with.


Select a 2007 Mercedes-Benz G-Class trim level

G500

G55

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