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2001 Mercedes-Benz M-Class
|Comfortable ride, quiet interior when window closed||Backup camera at night, gas mileage|
|Quietness and road isolation. first - rate||Steering is far too light and lacking in feel|
|Seats - very comfortable, great driving position||Navigation system is difficult to program|
|Rear view assist - helper with blind spot||I do not like the running boards - too narrow, get your pants dirty|
|Auto light - forget about turning on and off.||Prefer split rear hatch like volvo xc90|
|It is good for the environment||Poor mileage per gallon|
|Quality both inside & out. / excellent ride & secure feeling||Slow acceleration from complete stop: vehicle is under-powered|
|Absolutely love the power lift on back gate/ door||Location of turn signal lever - can be confused with cruise control|
|Such a little thing, but - love the eye glass compartment over mirror!||Headlights: terrible! hard to see on dark roads. must use highbeams|
|Styling, braking, overall handling||Front console with middle split opening is extremely awkward|
The 2001 M-Class is a 4-door, up to 7-passenger luxury sport-utility, available in 3 trims, ranging from the ML320 to the ML55 AMG. The 2001 M-Class's closest competitors include the Ford Expedition, the Land Rover Discovery, and the Toyota Sequoia.
Upon introduction, the ML320 is equipped with a standard 3.2-liter, V6, 215-horsepower engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 21-mpg on the highway. The ML55 AMG is equipped with a standard 5.5-liter, V8, 342-horsepower engine that achieves 14-mpg in the city and 17-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims.
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