The Mercedes-AMG G63 SUV has a starting price of $156,450 MSRP, excluding the $995 destination fee. Yes, it's a lot of money, but a Lamborghini Urus costs more than $200,000. The latter may be a lot faster, but the G63 provides that same feel-good sensation. Still, the G63 is a high-end Mercedes, which means customers will likely add several additional options.
There are numerous packages available for the G63. The newest option is the AMG Night Package ($1,950), which adds Obsidian Black exterior accents, an AMG gloss black brush guard, a black underguard, and a spare tire carrier in Obsidian Black. On the inside, you can add the $2,220 Seat Comfort Package that adds massaging front seats with rapid heating and ventilation. You can also go the whole nine yards and order the G Manufaktur Interior Package Plus for $8,050. This package offers the most superior Nappa leather seats, massaging, ventilation, and rapid heating.
The only powertrain-related option is the AMG Trail Package, aimed at improving the G63's off-road prowess. It retails for $3,050 and includes an off-road setting for the suspension, black underbody protection, rear mud flaps, all-season floor mats, and 20-inch five-spoke black alloy wheels.
There's only one model available, so you have to rely on the configurator to customize the car. We played around on it for a bit and added a color from the G Manufaktur palette, a nice set of 22-inch alloys, an AMG Night Package, red Nappa quilted leather seats, and the AMG Trail Package because we would off-road this thing. The total was $180,250, which isn't bad for an uber handmade SUV.