Dozens of army SUVs Mercedes G-Class put up for saleJanuary 10, 2020
The German company Autohaus Lorinser, a Mercedes-Benz dealer, is looking for buyers right away for 35 G-Class SUVs that have been used as military vehicles for many years. The company sets prices very attractive.
In Germany, Mercedes G-Class SUVs launched under the Austrian Puch brand and retired after military service were put up for sale. The sale of SUVs is one of the dealers of the German brand Autohaus Lorinser, located near Stuttgart. The motor1.com foreign portal shares photos of former army G-classes: only two out of 35 copies are captured in the pictures. All cars receive 116-horsepower atmospheric engines of 2.3 liters, combined with an automatic transmission and all-wheel drive system. The belonging of these cars to the Puch G suggests that they were created for the Austrian or Swiss markets.
The cost of army SUVs depends on their technical condition, year of manufacture and mileage. For the most affordable G-Class they ask from 15,200 euros. The maximum price tag reaches 46,899 euros.
Some models are not much different from the “civilian” Gelendvagen, known for their increased cross-country ability. Others were more thoroughly adapted to the needs of the army. All these SUVs can accommodate up to eight people, and they were produced in the period from 1989 to 1996. Experts are sure that the army G-Class will be in good demand. Of them, for example, an excellent base for various kinds of tuning projects can turn out.
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