2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Values

Select a 2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class trim level

2010 model year changes

A new ML450 Hybrid model joins the lineup for 2010, offering a full hybrid powertrain and fuel economy ratings of 21 mpg city, 24 highway. Otherwise, burl walnut trim is newly available on all models, as is a premium leather steering wheel. Palladium Silver and Steel Gray are new exterior colors. A new safety feature also debuts in the M-Class; POST-SAFE automatically unlocks the doors and shuts off the engine and fuel system after an accident.

Competitive comparison

Ride quality; towing ability; some off-road ability without sacrificing ride; performance from ML63 AMG; fuel-efficient Bluetec model and upcoming ML450 Hybrid

Special features for 2010

The Mercedes-Benz M-Class is tough enough for light off-roading and has serious towing ability, yet it's spacious enough for four or five adults and has a smooth ride. With the new ML320 Bluetec diesel and the upcoming ML450 Hybrid, the M-Class lineup will have become much more fuel-efficient without sacrificing performance or capability. But for those who want top performance, the ML63 AMG, with its 503-hp V8 remains the king of the lineup.
A full-size luxury SUV, the 2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class seats five passengers with plenty of room left over for cargo. The M-Class is available in a wide range of trims; including the all-new ML450 hybrid. The ML350 BlueTEC utilizes a 3.0L turbodiesel V6 which produces 210 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque while earning an estimated 24 mpg on the highway. The standard ML350 houses a 268 hp 3.5L V6. The more powerful ML550 has a 5.5L V8 producing 382 hp and at the top of the range is the ML63 AMG which utilizes a 503 hp 6.3L V8. All M-Class SUVs are equipped with seven-speed automatic transmissions except the hybrid which has a CVT.