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In 1990, Mercedes-Benz introduced the second generation of their G-Class SUV. Known internally as the W463, the second generation G-Wagen fe...
In 1990, Mercedes-Benz introduced the second generation of their G-Class SUV. Known internally as the W463, the second generation G-Wagen featured an updated chassis, as well as a largely upgraded interior as compared to the previous W460 models. A fleet version known as the W461 was also built, featuring a W460 body with a W463 chassis. In late 1993, Mercedes-Benz changed their naming system, moving the model letter before the engine displacement numbers, so the 500G became G500. The W463 G-Class went through numerous updates over the course of its life, improving quality and performance. Due to these improvements, the G-Class went from a peripheral model to a highly desirable, high selling luxury SUV. Variants produced for this generation include the 230GE/G230, 300GE/G300, 300GD/G300D, 350GD T/G350 Turbodiesel, G350 CDI, 500GE, G270 CDI, G320, G400 CDI, G500, G550, G55 AMG, G63 AMG, G65 AMG, G63 AMG 6x6, G500/G550 4x4², and G650 Landaulet. Mercedes didn't officially import the G-Class until 2002, so a small company called Europa imported a range of G-Class offerings, and converted them to the required US-spec. These cars are often designated with the Europa name. The third-generation of the G-Wagen, known as the W464, became available for the 2019 model year. In certain markets, such as Austria and Switzerland, the Mercedes-Benz G was sold under the Puch brand.
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