Here’s Our First Look At Mercedes Benz’s GT Like AMG Sedan

If you squint and tilt your head just right, you might be able to see the differences made to the redesigned 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV. While it may not look entirely revamped, the iconic G-Wagen gets a new lease on life with updated tech and lavish upgrades inside. Plus, with improved bits underneath its classic boxy sheet metal, the G-Class is a far more composed companion on paved roads.

Before we get into our first drive inside the all-new G-Class, we have this month’s best car and minivan deals. Thanks to sluggishly moving vehicles taking up precious space on sales lots, dealers are antsy to get rid of them, so there might be some extra cash incentives on the hood. If you’re looking for a new car on a budget, we recommend you check this list.

There’s also an important recall of older Jeep Liberty SUVs, a list of all the new and redesigned luxury cars coming for the 2019 model year and some eye candy in this week’s edition of the Friday Five.

New and redesigned luxury cars of 2019

a car parked on the side of a road: Though Genesis is somewhat of a newcomer in the luxury car world, the new-for-2019 Genesis G70 is an incredibly appealing compact luxury sedan. © Bruce Benedict Though Genesis is somewhat of a newcomer in the luxury car world, the new-for-2019 Genesis G70 is an incredibly appealing compact luxury sedan.

Luxury cars are becoming some of the most tech-savvy vehicles on the road today. With comfortable accommodations, sporty performance and lavish technology, the competition grows more merciless between the German stalwarts, American icons and new entries from the Korean peninsula.

For the 2019 model year, we broke down which luxury cars and sedans are either new or completely redesigned.

Learn more about the new and redesigned luxury cars coming in 2019 here.

Deal hunters: Best car and minivan deals (updated for May)

a yellow car parked on the side of a mountain road: Ford Focus availability has jumped, due to a glut of inventory and news that Ford will switch the nameplate from sedan and hatch econo cars to an “active SUV.” © Ford Ford Focus availability has jumped, due to a glut of inventory and news that Ford will switch the nameplate from sedan and hatch econo cars to an “active SUV.”

Because dealers need to move cars quickly, those that sit on lots for a long time cost more money so salespeople are anxious to hand the keys over, giving you a bigger deal than if you were to look at a far more popular and fast-moving product (like the F-150 for example).

We’ve updated our “Deal Hunters” article for the month of May to include the best dealer incentives and bargains available on new cars, sedans and a minivan. If you’re looking to save the most money possible on a new car, start here!

Find out what the best car and minivan deals of the month are here.

Jeep recalls more than 325,000 Liberty SUVs

a close up of a car: Jeep recalled more than 325,000 older model Liberty SUVs over faulty equipment. © Jeep Jeep recalled more than 325,000 older model Liberty SUVs over faulty equipment.

Jeep earlier this week announced a potentially dangerous recall of more than 325,000 Liberty SUVs to fix a flaw in the rear lower control arms. Water may get inside the components, causing corrosion and cracks. If the issue isn’t fixed, driver control could be compromised.

The recall affects 2004-2007 Jeep Libertys in the U.S., Mexico and others outside the NAFTA region.

Check out more info on the recall here.

First Drive: 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class

a red car parked next to a body of water: It might look like the original, but just five bits and pieces of the old G-Wagen made their way onto this redesigned 2019 Mercedes-Benz G550. © Mercedes-Benz It might look like the original, but just five bits and pieces of the old G-Wagen made their way onto this redesigned 2019 Mercedes-Benz G550.

There’s nary a vehicle more iconic than the off-road-ready G-Wagen, and while it doesn’t look much different in its latest redesign for the 2019 model year, believe us when we tell you this new G-Class is completely redesigned and better at pretty much everything.

With more technology inside, a smoother ride on paved roads and better bits to handle the off-road escapades it was intended for, the 2019 G-Class is a relic no longer.

To prove it, Daily News Autos contributing writer Steve Siler rode around in this modernized icon to find out whether its loyal fan base is still willing to shell out a minimum of $125,000 to own one.

Read his full review of the 2019 G-Class here.

Eye Candy: 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster

The 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster drops its top with 515 horses under the hood, a host of standard equipment and more.

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