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$800,000 Mercedes G63 gets chased by a Volkwagen van, rear-ends a stationary Honda Vezel at a red light

$800,000 Mercedes G63 gets chased by a Volkwagen van, rear-ends a stationary Honda Vezel at a red light

thatJDMahboy

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It is not every day you get to see the legendary Mercedes G63 in Singapore. 

And it is even rarer to see one involved in an accident. 

Watch it here: 

What Happened?

A Mercedes G63 and a Volkswagen Transporter 'chiong-ed' along Yishun Ave 8 upon the red traffic light signal turning green. 

Its 4.0-Litre Bi-Turbocharged V8 engine and all-wheel-drive drivetrain instantly picked up speed. 

Directly behind the G-wagon was the Volkswagen Transporter. 

Although the specs of the Volkswagen Transporter is not anywhere near the G-wagon, it is still pretty decent (2.0-Litre, 4-cylinder turbocharged paired to a 7-speed DCT transmission). 

And surprisingly, the Volkswagen Transporter was hot on the G-wagon's heels (Yes, I know. The G63 driver probably did not step hard on the accelerator). 

As they approached a red light, the G63 driver could not react in time and slammed hard into a stationary Honda Vezel. 

The impact was forceful enough to push the Honda SUV across the stop line. 

Some debris were also scattered across the road due to the accident. 

And yes. Both cars' repair costs are just going to be loose change to the G-wagon driver. 

Netizens' Comments

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Its not about the equipment, its about the driver🙂

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This is prove that money can't buy skills!

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Speeding in a G63 is not satki anymore. There's a time and place for everything. 

 

 

 

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From what i see,the G63 keep looking into his Rear View or Side Mirrors until never notice a Red Light in front...thus crashed.

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The G63 driver not paying attention, didnt realise the van just behind him on the right. He probably wanted to change to right lane at the traffic light. Realised the van was there. Indecision, didnt brake in time for the traffic light.

 

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4 hours ago, ER-3682 said:

From what i see,the G63 keep looking into his Rear View or Side Mirrors until never notice a Red Light in front...thus crashed.

1 hour ago, Lala81 said:

The G63 driver not paying attention, didnt realise the van just behind him on the right. He probably wanted to change to right lane at the traffic light. Realised the van was there. Indecision, didnt brake in time for the traffic light.

 

Yup, the G-wagon driver was certainly not paying attention!
 

1 hour ago, mikk123 said:

it is ok lah. The driver is rich, she will buy a new vezel to give to the crashed vezel, with free servicing for 5 years. got MONEY, NO PROBLEM IN SG🤣

I think more like 100% settle the Vezel's repair cost😂

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20 minutes ago, camrysfe said:

g class so ex meh

G63 800k

G350d 500k (PI)

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23 minutes ago, camrysfe said:

g class so ex meh

Yup, this is not your regular G-class SUV (Eg. GLA, GLB, GLC, GLE) - Its a performance SUV. And not only is the price tag expensive, insurance and road tax ($3920/year) also very chor.

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I feel the driver too panicky… should stick to lane2 instead. Drive slowly …. 

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On 3/31/2022 at 9:41 AM, Lala81 said:

The G63 driver not paying attention, didnt realise the van just behind him on the right. He probably wanted to change to right lane at the traffic light. Realised the van was there. Indecision, didnt brake in time for the traffic light.

 

Being able to  afford a G63 is a strong statement by itself,  letting  alone the power under the hood, why bother with a van ? 

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This G63 stays around me, I think. Often see it parked at my shopping haunts. 

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On 3/31/2022 at 2:52 PM, thatJDMahboy said:

Yup, this is not your regular G-class SUV (Eg. GLA, GLB, GLC, GLE) - Its a performance SUV. And not only is the price tag expensive, insurance and road tax ($3920/year) also very chor.

This incident explains why the insurance is so 'chor'.

 

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14 hours ago, Windwaver said:

This incident explains why the insurance is so 'chor'.

 

That was savage!

On 4/1/2022 at 11:19 PM, Ct3833 said:

Being able to  afford a G63 is a strong statement by itself,  letting  alone the power under the hood, why bother with a van ? 

Hearsay that van is not your ordinary van...

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48 minutes ago, thatJDMahboy said:

That was savage!

Hearsay that van is not your ordinary van...

Just do an EGR delete can liao.

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13 minutes ago, Beanoyip said:

All i can say is, $800k G63 no AEB?

It is what it is😪

3 hours ago, inlinesix said:

Just do an EGR delete can liao.

I learn something new everyday🤭

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