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In its latest form, the Mercedes-Benz ML-Class SUV has earned respect as a some-time off-roader that is nimble and capable on the bitumen.

Like many modern luxury SUVs, there’s little difficulty adapting to the high-riding, full-time 4WD Benz ML. And there’s plenty of handy space inside, for both passengers and luggage.

The Mercedes-Benz ML-Class is a mid-size luxury SUV that can sit up to five passengers. It’s manufactured at Mercedes’ American assembly plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

With powertrains ranging from turbodiesels to twin-turbo V-6s to the ne plus ultra V-8 in the ML63, the ML-Class is a rival for SUVs like the Range Rover Sport, BMW X5, and Porsche Cayenne.

All-new, third-generation ML Class model was introduced in 2012. While its exterior is clearly a restrained evolution of the previous M Class models, its interior takes a somewhat new direction, adopting the gently sculpted look of Mercedes’ sedan interiors. A new-generation V-6 makes 302 horsepower in the Benz ML 350, while a revamped turbodiesel makes 240 hp but a more relevant 455 lb-ft of torque. No compromises were made in trail prowess or towing ability, while the ML-Class adds a collection of safety-tech options–plus standard Attention Assist. Heated and cooled cupholders, Advanced Park Assist, and excellent Harman/Kardon sound all add to the package, making it one of the most luxurious choices for those not needing a third-row seat.

For 2013, a lower-priced rear-wheel-drive version of the Benz ML 350 was introduced, and the On- and Off-Road Package arrived, with a dual-range transfer case, diff lock, and six transmission settings. Multi-contour seats with massage were introduced, and the mbrace2 next-generation telematics system was introduced, with Google local search and Street View, plus other apps. Even the Pope got a new M Class–with its own set of upgrades–for 2013.

The most recent changes to the M-Class downsize two of its powertrains. The previous 240-hp turbodiesel V-6 has been replaced by a 200-horsepower four-cylinder turbodiesel. Also, the powerful V-8 ML 550 is now replaced by the ML 400, with a 329-horsepower twin-turbo V-6 also found in most other Mercedes-Benz models beginning in 2015.

Mercedes has confirmed a coupe-like version of the M-Class. It is supposed to go up against the BMW X6 and have a similar profile, giving up some cargo room in the back for the sportier look. It is likely to arrive along with the refreshed M-Class, which should carry the new moniker as well.

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