Going down the side of the vehicle, it does get better. The doors have been widened but it gives us a military feel that works. The fender flares and side steps are integrated well, and we must applaud the choice of wheels. Named “FD.15″ wheels, the 9.5 x 22” units wrapped in 325/55R22 Pirelli off-road tires not only fit very well but also look very clean.
In the rear, it’s another mixed bag. The new Mansory wheel cover isn’t terrible, but the bumper with the metal bar extension looks out of place with the overall design, even if it may be functional. Aside from the extra vents splashed here and there, it’s left mostly untouched. The wing and light bar on the roof aren’t terrible in our opinion, though they only sort of work because the rest of the car is even more ridiculous. We will say, the gray paint choice does look good, one that we could certainly see on a production Mercedes.
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