Mercedes-Benz M-Class Owner's Manuals
The Mercedes-Benz M-Class is the third generation of the all-wheel drive SUV of the K2 class. The world premiere of the car took place at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011.
From the second generation, the third generation M-Class is distinguished by many elements, including headlights, bumpers, more powerful front protection, clear stampings on the side panels, etc. As for the interior, it has more expensive materials and electronic devices and controllers. One of them controls the transmission, allowing you to select trailer towing, cross-country and hill climbing modes, as well as some kind of sports. In addition, the car will help the driver on steep descents.
The safety of the driver and passengers of the M-Class is provided by the basic systems known from the S- and E-Class models. These are driver fatigue control, PRE-SAFE preventive safety system, tire pressure loss alarm, as well as adaptive brake lights and emergency braking system. As options are also offered a night vision system, control of “dead” zones, cruise control up to nine airbags and more.
The Mercedes-Benz M-Class is available in three versions – ML 250 BlueTEC 4MATIC, ML 350 BlueTEC 4MATIC and ML 350 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY. The first is equipped with a 4-cylinder diesel unit with a capacity of 204 liters. With. (500 Nm). The second is a 3-liter V6 with a capacity of 258 hp. With. (620 Nm), and the third – a gasoline 306-horsepower engine with direct injection and piezoelectric injectors with an injection pressure of 200 bar. The most economical unit consumes only 6 liters per 100 km of track in the combined cycle, which allows you to drive about 1170 km without refueling, and if you install not a 70-liter, but a 90-liter tank, the distance will increase to 1500 km. The maximum speed available for the M-Class is 245 km/h.
In Ukraine, the Mercedes-Benz M-Class debuted as part of the Capital Auto Show in early September 2011.