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2014 Mercedes-Benz ML-350 Review
crossover SUVs like the Mercedes-Benz M-Class have always been good at
carrying your stuff, but nobody expects to make time on back roads.
Thanks to more powerful V6 engines and an improved automatic
transmission, the 2014 Mercedes- Benz ML350 and the diesel ML350
Bluetec hustle quite nicely. It’s their improved mileage figures that
make them good companions out there.
Crisp, new sheet metal is stretched over the same 114.8-inch
wheelbase as last year’s model, although the redesigned SUV’s track is
over an inch wider. The 2012 ML350 is nearly an inch longer overall
(189.1) while its height has come down nearly an inch (70.7).
Although published legroom and cargo capacity have dipped slightly
from the second generation, there’s still ample knee clearance for
6-footers in the second row and, for the first time ever, you can
recline the rear seatbacks. The 36.2- cubic-foot cargo bay is deep for
this class, with space enough for two weeks’ worth of groceries for a
family of four. The 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML350 tester gets the same
direct-injected, gasoline 3.5-liter V6 thats in the 2012 C-Class Coupe
and sedan. Power ratings don’t change on the M-Class, so we’re still
talking about 302 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 273 pound-feet of
torque from 3,500-5,250 rpm. This is on par with the Acura MDX, but
still shy of the 300 lb-ft of torque on the BMW X5.With a base price
of $51,356, a diesel-powered 2012 ML350 Bluetec, equipped with the
same seven-speed automatic and 4Matic system, costs just $1,500 more
than our gasoline ML350. It gets to 60 mph in the same 7.3 seconds,
says Mercedes, but is expected to earn a 20 city/25 highway mpg rating
(versus 18/25 in 2011).
course, there’s no shortage of tech features to add to the 2014 Mercedes-Benz ML350 and ML350 Bluetec, including a hard-drive-based
navigation system, all-speed adaptive cruise control, a self- parking
system and even accessory iPad docking stations for the backseat. No
surprise, then, that our ML350 lands well past $60,000.