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The introduction of the GL-Class in 2007 pushed Mercedes-Benz deeper into SUV trends. The first full-size crossover from the German automaker, its unibody construction delivered car-like drivability without surrendering truck-like towing capacity.
The GL63 AMG was born in 2012, just a year before Mercedes-Benz redesigned the entire G-Class line and produced an all-new GL63 AMG with a sleeker body and more imposing presence. AMG fits the GL63 with a louvered grille, a deep front air dam, mesh air intakes, LED daytime running lamps, a stylish rear apron and chrome tailpipes to help distinguish it from the rest of the GL-Class. A set of monstrous 21-inch wheels further distinguish it from the pack.
Thanks to AMG, the big SUV performs like a supercar. A famed 5.5-liter V8 engine punishes the road with 550 horsepower and 560 pound-feet of torque. A seven-speed AMG SpeedShift transmission delivers power to all four wheels via the 4MATIC all-wheel-drive system. The high output and broad torque band allow the GL63 to tow up to 7,500 pounds and accelerate to 60 mph in only 4.8 seconds.
Toyota build quality, respectable towing capacity and comfortable going off-road, but a gas guzzler
Very low price, 8,500-pound towing and decent mpg, but underpowered engine and polarizing looks
Luxurious, lower price and serious off-road capabilities, but less power and past quality issues
Packed with features and 8,300-pound towing capacity, but aging body style and "only" 403 horsepower