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Total cash price £24,999. Borrowing £19,999 with a £5,000 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£352.55
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£32,852.51
Cost of credit
£7,853.51
Optional final payment
£10,930.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Mercedes 4x4 FAQs

Mercedes makes a number of 4x4 models, usually branded with 4Matic to denote their extra traction. The company splits its 4x4s into two lineups depending on how they're powered.

The GL lineup is for petrol and diesel powered cars. It opens with the compact Mercedes GLA and the seven-seat Mercedes GLB. Then you'll find luxurious, spacious five-seaters including the Mercedes GLC and Mercedes GLE. At the top of the pile is the ultra-posh, seven-seat Mercedes GLS.

Then there's an EQ-branded electric lineup that roughly mirrors the sizing of the fuel-powered cars. This opens with the Mercedes EQA and the seven-seat Mercedes EQB. Then you'll find the Mercedes EQC further up the price range with even more luxurious features and, right at the top, is the EQE and EQS SUVs, but these are very expensive so out of reach of the majority of buyers.

An exception to the above distinction is the G-Class. This is loosely based on the original Geländewagen utilitarian off-roader developed in the late '70s for military use, but grandfathered into the 21st century thanks to their enduring popularity with celebrities.

Yes. Mercedes makes several 4x4 models including the compact GLA and seven-seat GLB, plus the posh and spacious GLC.

4x4 Mercedes models get 4Matic branding and badging to mark them out from two-wheel-drive models. You'll find 4Matic widely offered on the company's SUV models, but also across several of its hatchback, saloon and estate cars, as buyers are happy to pay a little extra for better all-weather performance.

If you're on the lookout for a chunky, premium SUV with the ability to occasionally travel off road, a Mercedes 4x4 might be perfect for you. These models feature all the strengths of the brand's existing lineup – plush materials, elegant design, and loads of on-board technology – in a package that's equally adept whether you're cruising down the motorway or crawling up a muddy hill.

Of course, a Mercedes 4x4 won't suit every buyer. They're noticeably more expensive than many rivals by virtue of the extra luxury and high-tech features they're often equipped with, plus their sheer cost and poshness might make you wary to venture very far off road for fear of scuffing the bodywork.