2012 M-Class

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Mercedes M-Class Nominated in the North American Truck of the Year Award

US and Canadian media people will vote once again for the North American Car and Truck of the Year awardees. For the past 18 years, these distinguished persons votes for the best of the best, and this year, actually next year, in Janary 2012, the winners will be announced. The Mercedes M-Class was short listed as “North American Truck of the Year Award”, however it did not make it to the final three. The vehicles to join the finals are BMW X3, Range Rover Evoque and Honda CRV. In the car category, VW Passat, Ford Focus and Hyundai Elantra made it to the top three. On January 11, at the… Continue Reading »


Updated M-Class Shows Smoother Styling And Fuel-Efficient Diesel

Mercedes is launching the updated 2012 M-Class in the fall and when it is presented in the flesh, would-be buyers will see smoothed-out exterior lines and a plush interior featuring a COMMAND infotainment system with Internet access. But the changes are not limited to aesthetics or electronics improvements as the updated M-Class will be offered with a self-leveling Airmatic suspension and an On & Offroad drivetrain package that gives the driver six transmission modes. 4Matic all-wheel drive is standard, mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission. Diesel engine choices for the updated M-Class are a 2.1-liter, 4-cylinder for the ML250 and a 3-liter V6 for the ML350 Bluetec, which give out… Continue Reading »


Spied in Germany: the next M-Class SUV

Daimler’s breadwinner, Mercedes-Benz, has been able to present a lot of new models recently, starting with the renewed C-Class, the C-Class Coupe and its accompanying AMG variant, and last but not the least, the SLK hardtop roadster. Now, news has spread that the German manufacturer is planning to roll out another round of new models beginning with the next-generation M-Class SUV. Want proof? Well, here are some spy photos courtesy of a reader of Carscoop. Gal Leibovici was able to snap these pictures while he was in Germany during a trip. He was able to capture on camera what could possibly be the prototype M-Class on two very different days…. Continue Reading »


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