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2007 Mercedes Benz M Class

The 2007 Mercedes Benz M Class does not surprise with its ability nor awe with its luxury. It isn’t at the top of its class, and nor is it at the bottom. However, it is a very sturdy, intelligent choice for a sports utility vehicle because it follows the Mercedes Benz tradition of being quality and luxurious, as well as safe. Among the SUVs out there, it is definitely an excellent option with which you cannot go wrong.

The Good:

  • five passengers fit in easily
  • lots of engine choices
  • very user-friendly navigation system
  • drives well in difficult weather conditions

The Bad:

  • costs a lot compared to its rivals
  • no feature for a third row seat
  • the standard V6 engine lacks low-end torque

A few changes come with the 2007 Mercedes Benz M Class for the new model year, including the addition of two more trim levels. These levels are the ML320 and the ML63 AMG. That first new level comes with a diesel fuel engine which helps get better fuel efficiency, and the second trim level addition comes with a very powerful V8 engine with 503 horsepower and extra performance.

The 2007 Mercedes Benz M Class comes in four separate trim levels: the ML350, ML320 CDI, ML500, and ML63 AMG. The ML320 CDI and ML350 are pretty much the same, and come with the following standard:

  • heated mirrors
  • 17-inch wheels
  • Tele Aid
  • power front seats
  • maple wood interior trim
  • dual zone climate control
  • COMAND interface

The ML500 is the next level up, and makes a few additions to the line of standard features:

  • heated front seats
  • 18-inch wheels

Then there is the ML63 AMG, which is the top of the line and the high performance trim level of the M Class. It comes standard with:

  • sports seats
  • sport-tuned suspension
  • stronger brakes
  • 20-inch wheels

The 2007 Mercedes Benz M Class is one of the rare SUVs that performs exceptionally well on car crash tests. It scored five stars for the NHTSA tests of frontal impact and side impact, and with IIHS it got the rating of ‘good’, which is the highest possible. It comes with lots of standard safety equipment, such as stability control, traction control, antilock disc brakes, brake assist, front seat active head restraints, and full-length side curtain air bags. It also comes with hill descent control and hill assist.

Cheers,

Fashun Guadarrama.

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