So, I am a bit detail oriented on such specs because the cargo space and functionality is important to me. The G wins by 3 cubic feet. This does not even take into account that the LC 200 (which is bigger inside than the 100!) tapers up the sides when max widths are measured. This also leaves out the other tapering shapes inside the LC whereas the G is nearly vertical flat walls, roof lines, etc. I have not added in the 2nd row footwell depth volume as those are close enough to call it equal.I was also a bit disappointed with how small the cargo area is.
Correction: The G "looks tall" because it is in fact taller. The flat slab sides only add to its already 4-5" taller height. The other thing is that the roof being nearly flat, you don't see the roof taper into it's height like on the LC. The G height is fully right there in your face.Looks can be a bit deceiving, the G-class is about an 1-3" shorter than the Landcruiser depending on the model. The G-class looks tall because of it's low belt line and it's flat panels.
I'm not sure what size rotors the '16 G550 has. '03 G500's BARELY allow 16" wheels. I'm assuming minimum size for the G550 would be maybe 17", probably 18". Then size the tires from there.Looking at a 2016 G550 instead of the G63 because I want to buy an extra set of wheels to fit larger tires for off-roading. Any good recommendations for wheels and tires that will fit without a lift or can put on spacers if that helps get a better fitting tire.