GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1990 Mercedes 250GD for purchase. The G-wagon series was produced by Steyr-Puch for distribution by Mercedes, and was not manufactured for the United States market until 2002. The G-wagons were are a civilian version of the popular military vehicles first produced in 1979. Their high quality, go anywhere build makes this an extremely desirable all-terrain vehicle that is built to last. These 4-wheel drive SUV's quickly gained popularity. Their prototypes were tested to not be scared of any terrain, and Mercedes proved it by testing them in German Coalfields, the Sahara Desert, and the Arctic Circle. Many consider these to be the premier off-road vehicles available.
The 1990 Mercedes 250GD Gelandewagen offered here is a high quality example featuring just 71393 kilometers since (44361 miles) since new. It is powered by Mercedes' bullet proof 2.5 liter inline 5 cylinder diesel engine, 5 speed manual transmission and Mercedes Gelandewagen superior all wheel drive system. The truck is presented in Dark Grey Metallic exterior paint over Grey Plaid interior. Features include front bucket seats, rear bench rear jump seats, power windows, power steering, power brakes, rear barn door, full roof rack, rear hitch, meaty tires, stock steel wheels, rear mounted spare with cover, front disc brakes, coil spring suspension, etc. Recent services include: replace CV joints, brakes, rotors, axle bearings, axel shaft seals, glow plugs, etc.
Mechanically, this Gwagon is spot on, starts right up, good clutch feel, shifts smooth an dis ready to take you on any on or off road destination. Cosmetically, the vehicle is highly original and the presentation is impressive in all areas. The paint shows a ton of life, the panel fit is of course excellent considering the marquis and the plaid interior is very sharp.
The vintage SUV market is on fire, and these vehicles are rarely seen in the States. They possess high desirability and are highly collectable. This vehicle was legally imported in November 2017 and currently is titled in the State of Michigan. Documentation includes the import sheet and service history since in the states.