Cheap as chips.At $225K I can understand why.. Just checked ebay one is listed for $305K
Yowza! Do you have one?Cheap as chips.
For a regular G500 we pay 298.000 USD
For the G500 squared, it is 657.000 USD
Tax due to weight and pollutions for these G's are about 3100 USD pr year.
Yes Denmark is the extreme end of the spectrum, but other countries have high vehicle prices too.
I always thought about this. That is a truly good point. That because of their height they will not fit in most public parking area and home garages. i can see this truly affecting the sales.They also too tall to fit in peoples' garages or in public parking structures. That probably explains more than anything as to why there are so many very low mileage used ones available.
They actually aren't, it's that people are trying to make a buck on these by buying them and flipped/exporting them, plus dealers are adding crazy mark ups. After driving one, I can say that it has far better on-road manners than a standard G, even though it's about a foot wider and a foot and a half taller. It rides really well, is reasonably peppy, and the look factor is off of the damn charts. If I had 225k knocking around I'd buy one.MBUSA is obviously having a hard time selling them. There are bunch of them listed on Ebay, both new and used with very low mileage.