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2021 Mercedes-Benz G-Class Interior Review

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Interior: 7.9

 The 2021 Mercedes-Benz G-Class is loaded with beautiful wood and leather trim and high-tech features. There’s plenty of space for passengers, but overall cargo capacity trails class rivals.

  • "The cabin is replete with fine leather (or, in the G 63, even finer leather), fit and finish are suitably impressive, and technology levels are, um, pretty good." -- Autotrader
  • "Luxury has been heightened considerably with the newest G-Class, thanks largely to the use of top-quality leather and attractive wood veneers." -- Kelley Blue Book (2020)
  • "The materials are exceptional, with buttery soft leather creatively stitched everywhere in the cabin – even the bank vault swing-gate has diamond-quilted leather trim." -- Autoblog (2019)

Cargo

The G-Class has 38.1 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats and 68.6 cubic feet behind the front seats. Most luxury large SUVs have more room, but most of them also have three rows, whereas the G-Class has two. It’s important to note that unlike most liftgates, which open upward, the one in this Mercedes swings out to the side.

  • "The cargo area grows some for the new generation, and while the rear seats fold in a 60/40 split, they don't fold flat as the rear axle impedes a bit into the cargo area." -- Motor Trend (2019)
  • "Opening the big tailgate still feels tantamount to swinging out a wall, and it still grants access to a cargo floor as high as your waist. So, if you're a G-Class customer who brings a lot of stuff with you, make sure you park with a lot of room behind you, and don't cancel your gym membership." -- New York Daily News (2019)
  • "Cargo space suffers slightly, but swing open that rear door and you're still greeted with a wealth of usable cargo room." -- CNET (2019)

Seating

This Mercedes SUV seats up to five people on leather upholstery that comes standard. Heated and 10-way power-adjustable front seats are standard, as are heated rear seats and a power-adjustable steering wheel. Front seats with massage and ventilation functions are available. You could also get upgraded Nappa leather upholstery and a wood and heated steering wheel.

The G-Class has plenty of room in both rows. Head- and legroom – even shoulder room – are generous in the rear, and the seats are well-cushioned and supportive. Visibility is great too.

For installing child safety seats, there are two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the rear outboard seats.

  • "The aforementioned boxy (and immediately recognizable) shape of the midsize G-Class also brings useful occupant space, such as ample rear headroom and excellent outward vision." -- Autotrader
  • "The 2020 G 550 is 2.8 inches longer and rides on a wheelbase also increased by 2.8 inches over the previous generation. As a result, Mercedes has found nearly six inches more rear legroom than before, plus an extra 1.5 inches up front. There’s also 4.8 inches more shoulder room inside the new G. All this extra space is much appreciated, as is a new rear bench seat that folds and splits 60/40." -- Kelley Blue Book (2020)
  • "The cabin is comfortable, spacious, open, and airy front and rear. The optional Active Multicontour Seat package rivals Volvo's seats for comfort and support." -- Motor Trend (2019)

Interior Features

A bevy of features come standard in the base G 550. The COMAND infotainment system has a 12.3-inch display, a touchpad controller, a 12.3-inch digital driver display, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, navigation, Bluetooth, two USB ports, satellite radio, HD Radio, and a 15-speaker Burmester surround-sound stereo.

Using the COMAND system is simple. The digital display is large and bright, which makes it easy to read, and while the screen lacks touch functionality, the center console’s touchpad and rotary knob are easy to use. The standard digital driver display is customizable and, by replacing a traditional gauge cluster, reduces the need to look away from the road while driving.

Other standard goodies include tri-zone automatic climate control, proximity keyless entry, push-button start, remote start, an air purifier, and 64-color LED-ambient lighting. Wireless device charging, a Wi-Fi hot spot, and a rear-seat entertainment system with dual 10-inch displays are available.

Standard driver aids include a rearview camera, parallel and perpendicular park assist, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, a driver attention monitor, adaptive headlights, automatic high-beam headlights, Mercedes Pre-Safe, and Mercedes Pre-Safe Sound. Pre Safe rolls up the windows and tightens the seat belts if sensors detect a rear-end collision, and Pre-Safe Sound emits pink noise to help protect your ears from the loud sounds caused by a collision.

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  • "We’re glad Mercedes retained the prominent grab bar for the front passenger, and we also like how the traditional instruments have been replaced by an attractive and easy-to-read digital screen." -- Kelley Blue Book (2020)
  • “The optional, high-resolution instrument cluster is gorgeous, as is the massive 12.3-inch central display. The latter still isn't touchscreen, but is easy enough to navigate through the console-mounted touchpad and rotary selector." -- Automobile Magazine (2019)
  • "The same massive 12.3-inch COMAND display makes its way from the S- and E-Class, along with a second 12.3-inch display that can replace the standard double-binnacle gauge cluster. The rest of Mercedes' extensive infotainment and safety tech menu brings the G fully into the 21st century." -- Autoblog (2019) 
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