Mercedes Benz G63 AMG

It may be futile to try to apply sound financial reasoning when buying outrageously absurd $100,000-plus vehicles, but there has to be a line somewhere. Or maybe not. The main differences between the G63 and the G65 are their powertrains and sticker prices. The 563-hp twin-turbo V-8 G63 starts at $143,795 ($1400 more than in 2017), and the 621-hp twin-turbo V-12 G65 goes for $223,695 ($2300 more than last year). But our testing revealed that the G65’s added power supplies minimal real-world performance enhancement and little extra value, considering the G65’s almost $80,000 premium. Even in the realm of the obnoxious and unnecessary, having the bigger badge isn’t worth it. With the cash saved, buyers can make the already loaded G63 their own with things such as a $6500 Designo Manufaktur paint job or the $20,000 AMG Performance Studio package, which includes retina-searing paintwork choices. All G63s and G65s come standard with:

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