Mercedes G300 Convertible


  • Rare G Convertible
  • Maintenance history
  • Top condition

The Mercedes-Benz model W460 Geländewagen, or G-Wagen, started life as a military vehicle for the sort of people for whom a Land Rover Defender wasn’t robust enough – and ended life as the preferred mode of transport for whom a Bentley Bentayga is a bit too discreet.

The transition from the battlefield to Battersea was only possible because the G-Wagen is possibly the most capable, tough and coolest way to cross the sort of terrain that a mountain goat would baulk at. Its engine is tuned for torque rather than power and the standard-fit front, middle and rear differential locks keep it mobile when only one tyre has traction.

In 1990, the model line was modernised with the W463 (becoming the G-Class) which had an all new chassis and drivetrain on which Mercedes-Benz could build a more luxurious vehicle but externally it still closely resembled the original.

The W463 had the highest number of body variations and derivations of any post-war Mercedes-Benz. One of these body variations was a two door cabriolet, however, it was only beginning of 1996 that Mercedes started installing an automatic top in the G-Wagon! The last convertible G was the Final Edition 200 that was produced between 2013 and 2014. Since then Mercedes decided to no longer produce G convertibles which make them not only rare but also very desired.

Our Mercedes G is a G300 Turbodiesel has been delivered new January 2001 in Belgium. The car always has been kept in the first owners family  and was used both in Belgium as in Spain.

To date the car has 132.000 kilometers on the clock. It just benefited from a a big service and is in top shape! The car comes with its original service book.

Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase a rare Mercedes G convertible and start enjoying summer on whatever terrain!