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Puch G

The Puch G was born in the mid 70s within a cooperation between Daimler-Benz and Steyr-Daimler-Puch. The first prototype, yet called "H 2" (Haflinger 2), was manufactured in 1974 and series production started in 1979. In Austria, Switzerland and some other countries, the vehicles were sold as "Puch G", while in the rest of the world, they were called "Mercedes G". From late 1999 on, all Gs were Mercedes badged. Today, after more than 30 years, the Mercedes G is still being produced at the MagnaSteyr works in Graz. The main technical concept including the chassis with ladder frame and rigid axles as well as the square-edged body has always remained the same.

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