2013 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Values

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2013 model year changes

After its redesign last year, Mercedes-Benz has continued to improve on the M-Class. This year a rear-wheel-drive model has been added to the lineup as has an off road package which promises to increase the capabilities of the already rock-solid SUV. Safety has been improved with the addition of a collision prevention system, while optional massaging seats round out the notable changes for 2013.

Competitive comparison

Strong, smooth powertrains; good fuel-efficiency among sport utilities; world-class safety technology; comfortable seating for five adults; plush luxury feel; quiet cabins

Special features for 2013

The 2013 Mercedes-Benz M-Class is one of the most refined, yet safest and most comfortable luxury SUVs available. It's also surprisingly fuel-efficient--especially in ML350 BlueTEC diesel guise. The M-Class' interior has much-improved materials and detailing compared to the previous version, and it's now one of the most lavish cabins in its class. An off-road package allows several different modes for different types of trail driving is available and allows for ground clearance of up to 11.2 inches and a water-fording depth of 23.6 inches. The package also includes a locking center differential and a two speed transfer case.
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