I saw an article in the WSJ this morning that the
G-Wagen may possibly be going away.
Ironic as I saw a brand new one on the highway this morning.
The driver looked like she just stepped off of the cover of Vogue. This message has been edited by cazalea on 2020-02-15 11:34:28
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I saw an article in the WSJ this morning that the G-Wagen may possibly be going away. Ironic as I saw a brand new one on the highway this morning. The driver looked like she just stepped off of the cover of Vogue. ...
Can you share the article link?
This G wagon is like SS Rolex now, have a long wait list and they just revamp the vehicle for 2019 so not possible it’s going away.
Here's the key opinion of the author.
The last paragraph is where the author speaks about his opinion on changes to come. From the article: "For lovers of unwieldy paramilitary luxury, the bad news is that the gas-powered G-Wagen is doomed. European emissions rules will kill it, kill it with ...
I can't read beyond the opening paragraph either, but I'd be willing to bet that the headline writer took the liberty of suggesting they wouldn't be around long based on the apparent strengthening of clean energy concerns rather than any business decision...
Add before the url and it will treat it as a Facebook redirect. Trick still works with the newest WSJ paywall. Bit of a hassle to copy/paste in mobile, but it can be done.
I’ve waffled between loving and hating the G, but I have no doubt I’d enjoy driving it. The pickup must feel fantastic.
The author of this article is making a wish I guess
Saw the headline, I don’t usually comment on automotive. The author could be right, but I think the possibility of the petrol G exiting in five years is remote. The legislators collect plenty of tax on these and they’ll sooner collect more taxes than outr...