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Mercedes-Benz G-Class EMI Calculator

The calculated EMI for Mercedes-Benz G-Class is Rs. 2,99,840 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months for a loan amount of Rs. 1,39,50,000. Check out the ZigWheels EMI calculator to find the best car finance for Mercedes-Benz G-Class or calculate loan interest rate and equated monthly instalments(EMI) by entering the amount of car loan that you wish to take. The ZigWheels EMI calculator calculates instalment on reducing balance.

G-Class EMI Calculation

Ex-showroom
: Rs. 1,55,00,000
Loan amount
: Rs. 1,39,50,000  (90 % of Ex-showroom)
Down payment
: Rs. 42,61,690  (On-road + Processing fees + EMI - Loan amount)
Monthy EMI
: Rs. 2,99,840  (For Tenure of 60 months @ 10.5%)
Insurance
: Rs. 4,88,520  (Check G-Class Insurance)
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EMI in advance: You pay one EMI instalment in advance to the bank. This amount is EMI in arrears: You don't make any advance EMI payments. The bank disburses the loan

Mercedes-Benz G-Class Overview

Mercedes-Benz G-Class
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
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Mercedes-Benz G-Class Down Payment and EMI

G-Class Variants Loan @10.5% Down Payment EMI (60 months)
G 350d Rs. 1,39,50,000 Rs. 42,61,690 Rs. 2,99,840
G 63 AMG Rs. 2,17,87,920 Rs. 64,58,763 Rs. 4,68,307

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying G-Class

Q. Does Benz G63 available in India?
  • Mercedes-Benz G-Class G 63 AMG is available in the Indian market and in order to check its availability, we would suggest you to exchange your words with authorized dealership. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. Does Mercedes Benz G-Class require higher octane fuel or the standard fuel will be sufficient?
  • It may seem like buying higher octane “premium” gas is like giving your car a treat, or boosting its performance. But take note: the recommended gasoline for most cars is regular octane. In fact, in most cases, using a higher octane gasoline than your owner's manual recommends offers absolutely no benefit. It won't make your car perform better, go faster, get better mileage, or run cleaner. Your best bet: listen to your owner's manual

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