2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Top Comparisons

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-ClassReview
Guru98347P writes:
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I previously owned the Ml320…the 350 is even better! Love it.

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-ClassReview
Darin writes:
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I had a 2007 ml63 so the features are a little dated as compared to whats in the newer vehicles but the vehicle is an amazing by that yrs standard. The price is a little steep for a 12yr old car in my opinion but thats my opinion

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-ClassReview
Guru9YRJYX writes:
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A-1 Helpful Knowledgeable professional smiling good behaviour friendly well mannered and smart.

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-ClassReview
Simmer4lyft writes:
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It’s like riding in a tank but with a ton of luxuries .

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML 350 4MATIC AWDReview
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This Car Looks Awesome!! — This car gets you a lot of attention it looks good and drives fast! Plus you can fit 5 people very comfortably. It also has plent of room for all your stuff. I love the feature that allows you to cover the truck so that no one can see all you shopping bags.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: High class Luxury. Great features. Handles very well.

Cons: Mercedes naviation is not as good a google.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML 350 BlueTEC 4MATIC AWDReview
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Bluetec Is Totally Environmentally Friendly.less Emissions, & Greener Than A Hybrid. —

Hybrids don't have a significant difference in mileage city vs highway, when compared to gasoline engines, and their LiPo batteries are toxic waste when their life is all used up within 5 years. People are amazed to find out it's Diesel because of how quiet it is. The pick and go is there for the taking. This interior design is what I initially fell in LOVE with, when I first sat in a ML at the L.A. Auto show in 2006. Then in 2010 I bought one with everything I wanted on it, running boards, Bluetec trim, entertainment pkg, towing pkg, etc. One thing I do regret, is paying for unnecessary warranties, like for the windshield cracking, that was $210 at least, for something my full coverage insurance would've covered and I also paid $10,000 extra for a Perma-Plate interior exterior coating which in the end SUCKED, because they never covered my paint scratches, and never came to clean my interior as promised. I highly suggest, to not fall for all the add-ons a dealership will try and impose on your final sale. Price began at 59k and ended up being 74k when all said & done. It was alright though, I had the financial means to go all out. So, I did, with my first new vehicle purchase. No auto loan required. I did my research on Edmunds and Consumer Reports, before making my decision and did test-drive other comparable vehicles, and none matched up to the integrity of a Mercedes Benz. Besides, no other new vehicle, smells as GOOD, as a brand new Mercedes Benz, and I can't wait to purchase another. Either AMG, or, another Bluetec/BlueEfficiency.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Cleaner for the environment than a Hybrid. No need to change sparkplugs-tune-ups!  MPG is great for this class of vehicle and for having the horsepower it has.  Turbo-charged V6.  Thanks to AdBlue, Diesel fuel is clean-environmentally friendly!  You can get many more miles lifetime on a Diesel engine than gasoline.  Turbo-lag is not noticeable.  Diesel engine on a Bluetec is silent compared to your average diesel engine, (how they do it, I don't know, besides fine German engineering).  MPG 25 avg.  19-20 mpg is the lowest.  Body styling-W164 is the best, even compared to the newest. Many options available. Run-Flat tires come stock, so there's no need for a spare tire=less undesirable weight.  I doubt that any other dealership/manufacturer, has a great of customer service, as a Benz dealer, (especially House of Imports).  They all make you feel like Royalty.  No problem with loaners, while oil change, or any maintenance is being done.  The best! No, I am not advertising, I am just another ordinary customer/consumer.  All other dealerships pretty much, ignored me, and did not take me seriously.

Cons: I honestly can't think of any.  Oh, Bio-diesel % was far lower than I would have liked, as far as what can be used. Only 5% Bio-Diesel fuel could be used, which I thought should be far more higher for this day and age.

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML 350Review
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After 2 Month Driving Ml350 Is Now My Best Friend. — This car is alive, whenever you need it is there for you. ML350 has everything you need and also what you don't need is there too in case you will need it eventually. Every day impresses me more and more.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Increible performance, smooth, silent, advance technologie and confort.  For an SUV its ride is better than a sedan and is not jumpy at all.

Cons: Gas consumption is normal for a V6 but is the  better consumption V6 ever of all my V6 vehicles including smaller V6 engines.  Mercedes creates addiction. Once you have a Mercedes you can't find satisfaction in other brands.

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML 350Review
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Best Suv In Its Class — The ride of the 2010 Mercedes-Bens-Benz ML 350 is a combination of great handling, comfort and style. You would't belive it's an SUV. I've owned 2 ML 350's and I do recommend it to everyone. I've also test driven BMW X5 and Lexus RX 350, but the feeling that I get from driving this 2010 Merecedes- Benz ML 350 is UNMATCHED.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Best overall value, style, and durability.

Cons: No cons so far.

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML 550 4MATIC AWDReview
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Rather Go For X5 Or Porsche Cayene — since new design , feel any model years prior to 2010 for ML550 are overpriced, anycar with over 30k miles should be priced low 40's. not interested in there 167 point inspections, any cpo should be inspected prior to sale, period!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: looks nice

Cons: pre-owned overpriced

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2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML 350Review
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Excellent — Not much "Zip" on acceleration.. Excellent construction.. Rides more like a sedan than an SUV... A little heavy on gas consumption... Perfect for people who travel a lot on trips!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Comfort, handling, amenities

Cons: GAs consumption on highway driving

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Reviews From Other Years

2015 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Reviews

Review By David

These are solid suv. We have 2. One has almost 200k. Nothing fancy, but you need to keep up with maintenance Read More

Review By Guru9KMT4X

The price is little bit high. Charge for delivery is little bit high too. Read More

2014 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Reviews

Review By Guru9DR9KF

Great vehicle. Solid build. Nice appointments. Gas mileage could be better. Read More

Review By Guru9KFKT1

All around solid vehicle. We love it! We were looking for a diesel replacement for our Equinox. What an upgrade. It is actually a couple of years older than what we had, but you would never know it. ... Read More

2013 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Reviews

Review By Guru98JL9Y

This is my second ML and third blue tech vehicle. I love the power and MPG. It accelerates faster than my grand Cherokee with 360HP yet gets double the MPG. The 7 speed auto tows boats with ease and t... Read More

Review By Bassface123

Nice suv I like that its a rear wheel drive, my Lincoln mkx is nice too, but tranny issues have out it out to rest Read More

2012 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Reviews

Review By Walter

Fantastic car/truck! Very smooth ride use the correct Michelin tires Read More

Review By Big_Mike25

Amazing power and torque. Fit and finish are excellent! Read More

2011 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Reviews

Review By DBarcelo

I viewed three ML350s. Two were 4-Matic and the one I ultimately purchased was a base model. The 4Matic has a lot of bells and whistles, but the ones I saw had a lot of problems, like falling headline... Read More

Review By Guru9NKXY4

The car is beautiful with great features. I found the head rest to be uncomfortable for me. It’s a great value. Read More

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