New telematics generation with useful extra functions

The latest edition of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class is equipped with the advanced, more user-friendly generation of telematics technology. A Bluetooth hands-free system for mobile phones is built in as standard. A new media interface can also be specified as an option that allows an external music storage device to be linked up to the off-roader's on-board electronics and control system. Audio tracks appear in the instrument cluster and in the centre console's colour display, and can be simply called up by using the buttons on the multifunction steering wheel. The audio device's battery is recharged at the same time. The Audio 20 CD including a built-in six-disc CD changer is standard for the G 320 CDI models. This unit includes a dual tuner for superior radio reception, speed-sensitive volume control, as well as a keypad for entering telephone numbers and radio frequencies. There is also a Bluetooth interface which establishes a wireless connection between a mobile phone and the vehicle's hands-free system.

    See also:

    Towing a vehicle with both axles on the ground
    When having your vehicle towed, observe the important safety notes (). WARNING The power assistance for the steering and the brake force booster do not work when the engine is not running. Yo ...

    Removing the towing eye
    Loosen the towing eye and unscrew it. Attach cover 1 to the bumper and press until it engages. Place the towing eye in the vehicle tool kit. ...

    Switching off the manual drive program
    Press the program selector button repeatedly until C or S appears in the multifunction display. ...