This year, new engines debut within the M-Class. The ML250 BlueTec model replaces the previous ML350 BlueTec, and options a twin-turbocharged, 2.1-liter diesel 4-cylinder engine that generates two hundred H.P. at three,800 revolutions per minute and 369 pound.-ft. of force between one,600 revolutions per minute and one,800 rpm. Mercedes claims this version of the M-Class can accelerate to sixty mph in eight.9 seconds and can rise up to twenty two mpg within the town and twenty nine mpg on the road.
If you needed the turbocharged four.7-liter V-8 engine put in within the Mercedes-Benz ML550 4-Matic models, you’ve waited too long. That version of the Mercedes-Benz M-Class is born for 2015, replaced by the new ML400 4Matic and its twin-turbocharged three.0-liter V-6 engine. The new motor musters 329 H.P. and 354 pound.-ft. of force across a broad portion of the rev vary, and also the ML400 4Matic arrives at sixty mph in six seconds flat.
The popular ML350 Mercedes-Benz models continues for 2015, equipped with a engine power 302-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine and rear-wheel or 4Matic all-wheel drive. regardless of that version you choose, Mercedes-Benz offers an extended list of upgrades that may inflate the worth from just below $50,000 for the ML350 and no choices to almost $100,000 with each additional added to the ML400 4Matic.
Mercedes-Benz Changes in 2015
- Mercedes-Benz ML250 BlueTec model replaces previous ML350 BlueTec
- Mercedes-Benz ML400 4-Matic replaces ML550 4Matic