2015 Mercedes-Benz M-Class

Up to 22 MPG city / 29 MPG hwy
$48,300 - $98,400

2015 Mercedes-Benz M-Class

2015 Mercedes-Benz M-Class

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Arguably the original luxury SUV, in its third generation the M-Class continues to strive for supremacy in the segment it helped establish. Primarily intended as a family mover, safety features are in no short supply for the five-seater. Radar based technologies like those used in adaptive cruise control systems are implemented for Collision Prevention Assist, which warns of an impending collision with vehicles ahead. Another innovative standard safety feature is Attention Assist, a system that constantly monitors driving behavior to detect signs of fatigue then uses visual and audible warnings to alert the driver. Along with 11-way air bag protection the M is manufactured for safety with an Advance Body Structure comprised of ultra-high-strength steel, triple-layer roof pillars and multiple reinforcements in the floor, doors and side sills. The reinforced body also compliments the sporting intentions of the more powerful V8s available including the new ML63 AMG's optional 550 horsepower. The more frugal family unit will almost certainly be more than happy with the 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6 and the 28 highway MPG that come with it. With new and thorough safety technology, capable dynamics on the road and off, the M-Class continues its legacy as an innovator in the ever-growing world of SUVs. See more... See Less

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Overall Rating
Pros Cons
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