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2022 Mercedes-Benz GT Pricing and Specs

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$266,860*
Mercedes-Benz GT
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CarsGuide has published 1 expert review of the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT GT 2022. It has an average rating of 8.4 out of 10. Read all the reviews here.

The Mercedes-Benz GT 2022 prices range from $266,860 for the basic trim level Coupe AMG GT GT Night Edition to $417,120 for the top of the range Sedan AMG GT GT 63 S E-Performance Phev.

The Mercedes-Benz GT 2022 comes in Convertible, Coupe and Sedan.

The Mercedes-Benz GT 2022 is available in Premium Unleaded Petrol. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Convertible 4.0L 7 SP Auto Dual Clutch to the Sedan 4.0L 9SP Auto Multi Clutch.

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Fuel pump problems with a 2007 Mercedes-Benz E200k

At the first sign of a fuel pump that has started to play up, the advice is to replace it as soon as you can. These electric pumps can start to have intermittent faults where they will not pump fast enough or not at all, and then the next time you start the car, they'll work perfectly.


Don't be fooled into thinking it's all okay, however, as the pump will progressively get worse and worse until it won't work at all. Trust us, these things do not fix themselves. And since a fuel pump will leave a modern fuel-injected car absolutely high and dry, you're way better off fixing it now (by replacing the pump) than finding yourself stuck on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere.

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Questions about the GVM of a 2009 Mercedes-Benz LWB Sprinter

This is an increasingly common problem for people who carry big loads and especially for those who tow heavy trailers. In some cases, as you've discovered, it's very easy to get perilously close to the GVM limit by loading up the vehicle with whatever you're carrying. And that's the catch; the vehicle's GVM includes everything on board including passengers, fuel and whatever accessories you've added to the car, not to mention the actual payload.


Earlier this year, Queensland changed its rules regarding GVM upgrades, but you would need to speak to a specialist workshop that deals with this type of work and is familiar with the QLD regulations which may vary from other states and territories. Companies such as Pedders are qualified to carry-out GVM upgrades on some vehicles and have the engineering experience to offer a package that is certified before it's fitted to your vehicle. Whether the Sprinter's body construction has any bearing on the availability of such a kit is another thing you'd need to check with a specialist.


The problem with exceeding your car's GVM is that it makes its potentially unsafe to drive for both you and other road users. You'll also find yourself in line for a fine and your insurance company is likely to disown you in the case of a crash in an over-loaded vehicle.

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Are there known problems with the 2005 Mercedes-Benz Vito?

I've heard of these vehicles racking up huge mileages, but even so, 450,000 is a lot of kilometres and the thing could be a breakdown just waiting to happen. If it's been meticulously maintained, you might get a few more years out of it, but there's every chance it could be ready to go bang in some way. Certainly, the asking price should reflect this.


This model Vito was beset by a huge raft or recalls for all sorts of things, so make sure those have been attended to., Mechanically, the most common big-ticket item was a timing chain that could wear out (often long before 450,000km had passed under its wheels). Because the timing chain in the turbo-diesel engine is at the back of the engine (the transmission side) access is fiddly and the job to replace the chain, guides and tensioners is a relatively expensive one.

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