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2015 Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG Review

Does an SUV with more than 400kW of power make any sense?

2014 Mercedes-Benz ML350 Speed Date

Summer lovin', as they say, happens so fast. Meeting a car, getting to know each other, spending those days just drifting away... and uh oh, those quilted seats... I hung out with the ML for the best part of a week - it wasn't planned, it just was. By the end, we were more than good friends.

Mercedes-Benz ML 350 Review: LT2

Four months with a Mercedes-Benz ML 350, how does it rate as a family car?

Mercedes-Benz ML 350 Review : LT 1

How does the American made Mercedes-Benz SUV stack up as a family car?

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Mercedes-Benz ML Comparisons

Luxury SUV Comparison : BMW X5 v Mercedes-Benz ML-Class v Range Rover Sport v Porsche Cayenne

The arrival of a bigger, third-generation BMW X5 styled to please America prompted that we revisit that age old question – are large SUVs lumbering, unwieldy tanks better suited to the bush? (or Bush?) Or are they viable high-rise family wagons? We picked the $100K price point, where the stars align in terms of 3...

Mercedes-Benz ML News

2015 Mercedes-Benz ML, GL SUVs recalled for seat belt fix

Mercedes-Benz has issued a recall for 19 vehicles from its 2015 ML and GL SUV lines, over concerns of seat belt failure. The manufacturer reports the lower mount of the right-side rear seat belt may have been fitted incorrectly. As a result, the belt mounting could potentially fail in a high-impact collision, posing a risk of injury to passengers...

Mercedes-Benz M-Class and GLE SUVs recalled for wiper hazard

Mercedes-Benz Australia has announced a recall on examples of the large M-Class (‘ML’) SUV and its GLE-badged replacement, to address a potential hazard with the front window wipers. The company reports that vehicles sold between between February 1 and October 30 this year - during the crossover period of the M-Class model’s re-christening as the GLE - may be at risk of a short-circuit situation...

Mercedes-Benz says SUV boom will never end

Will the global SUV boom end? Not a chance, says Mercedes-Benz, which this week launched its newest high-riding model — the GLC — and is mooting several more additions in future years. It’s no secret that, around the world, the crossover SUV is fast becoming the new default vehicle — in Australia, for instance, 34...

2015 Mercedes-Benz ML-Class : plug-in hybrid to debut before next generation

Mercedes-Benz is continuing to roll out its plug-in hybrid strategy at an increasing rate, with the facelifted Mercedes-Benz ML-Class set for electric power even before the next generation model debuts...

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Mercedes-Benz ML Owner Reviews

2014 Mercedes-Benz ML350 CDI BLUETEC (4x4) Review

I am struggling for the first time in my life as it is time to trade my 2014 ML350. I do not want to give this car up. Comfort and performance coupled with safety features such as Distronic Plus and 360-degree camera, lane departure features and the distance warning bell and auto slowing down make this car magic...

2005 Mercedes-Benz ML 350 Special Edition (4x4) Review

The Mercedes Benz M Class started the luxury SUV market back in 1997, with the model continuing successfully to this day, albeit now known as the GLE. The first generation ML was known for its quality issues during its early model years, but was refreshed in 2001, and the 2005 Special Edition runout model was much improved on earlier versions...


Near perfect SUV. Unbelievable economy better than my wife's diesel Golf! I routinely get better than 7 litres/100km for my weekly drive which combines city and country driving. I've owned many SUVs over the years and this one is head and shoulders above everything else. I have low range gearing and air suspension as options...


The engine has the highest torque for a 2.1L diesel (500Nm). Mated to the 7 speed auto it drives like a car. Very quiet inside. Attention to details in the cabin result in a luxurious feel without tackiness. The autoreverse parking is accurate and can park both on the right and left kerbs of a one way street. Reverse camera useful and safe for pets and kids...