Finding that perfect ride on the used car market takes a lot time and a little bit of luck. But if you were searching for a short wheelbase version of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, then you’re in luck.
Advertised by Kahn, this G-Wagen was made in 2002 and is said to have only 31 miles (50 km) on the clock and one previous owner. It packs a 3.2-liter petrol engine making 215 horsepower that’s hooked up to an auto ‘box, and in spite currently residing in the United Kingdom, it’s a left-hand drive example.
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This particular G-Class features an extensive exterior makeover, which mimics the look of the G63 AMG with a similar styling package that includes side quad exhaust pipes, black LED headlights, horizontal LED DRLs, clear indicator bezels, Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover, G63 mudflaps and 9.5×22-inch, diamond-cut shadow chrome wheels.
Quilted and perforated black leather has been applied on the seats and door panels, contributing to a generous list of equipment, such as the electric sunroof, navigation system, climate control, reversing camera, LED lighting, privacy rear windows and parking sensors.
Kahn will sell you this modern classic 4×4 in exchange for £64,999 ($78,580/€70,601). That is definitely a lot for a 17-year old G-Class, but it is still more affordable than the new generation, which starts from £94,580 ($114,342/€102,731) in the United Kingdom.