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2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class

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2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Review

Style and performance brought together in a winning combination.

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The 2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class marks the company’s hard sell due to poor fuel economy, a fact to be verified on the road. This attractive SUV has strong angles and a speed tempting aerodynamic design. Luxury and comfort combine with performance and safety to wow drivers. This vehicle includes all the trimmings such as a high-quality leather interior, stainless steel pedals, and chrome finish twin exhaust pipes.

The Range

Body Styles: luxury SUV
Engines: 5.0-liter V-8, 3.0-liter V-6, 3.5-liter V-6, 6.2-liter V-8
Transmissions: seven-speed automatic, seven-speed auto-manual
Models: Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML350, Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML320 CDI, Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML500, Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML63 AMG

What's New

The 2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class comes with several performance-oriented options, including the 6.3-liter, V-8 engine and multiple fittings to enhance looks, performance, and interior comforts—at a fee of course. The diesel engine makes a notable entrance to the 2007 edition of the Mercedes-Benz M-Class as does standard four-wheel drive.


This sizeable vehicle measures 75.2 inches wide, 71.5 inches tall, and 188.5 inches long, with 29.4 cubic feet of cargo capacity, which expands to 72.4 cubic feet with the seats collapsed, and it rises 8.3 inches off the ground while riding on a 114.7-inch wheelbase.

It comes fitted with 235/65R17 104H all-season tires fitted on 17-inch alloy wheels. For further cargo carrying capacity, the 2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class includes a roof rack, factory tinted windows, variable intermittent wipers in the front and rear windows, a rear defogger, and a rear liftgate door.


Models supply ample interior comfort, including space, offering 58.3 inches of hip room, 42.2 inches of legroom, and 59.8 inches of shoulder room in the front. Rear passengers get 58.3 inches of hip room, 40 inches of shoulder room, and 59.8 inches of legroom. The front passenger and driver enjoy eight-way power and height-adjustable bucket seats with back support, the come covered in leather and utilize high-quality cushion for optimum comfort.

The 2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class includes several power-operated features such as power windows, remote-operated power door locks, and a telescopic and tilt leather power steering wheel with cruise and audio controls. For more convenience, it provides storage spots, including front and rear cup holders, front seat-back storage pockets, door pockets, and a front console with storage.

Standard features for the M-Class include air-conditioning and independent climate controls for the driver and front passenger, illuminated dual vanity mirrors, a light for the cargo area, and various dashboard signals including a clock, a trip computer, and indicators for low tire pressure, door-ajar, low battery, and low fuel.

The entire interior of the M-Class sports high-quality leather finish, with an alloy and wood trim on the console, dashboard, doors, and gear shift. Nothing outdoes the M-Class on the entertainment front. It comes fitted with eight interior speakers to support the sound system from an AM/FM radio with a single CD player, an auxiliary MP3 input, and wiring for telephone use.

Performance & Handling

The base engine of the 2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class, a five-liter V-8, produces 302 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, fitted with variable valve timing (VVT). It uses full-time all-wheel drive and a seven-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle includes a high-quality suspension. Maximum towing capacity reaches 5000 pounds with the right equipment.


Safety features include a mechanical center differential, descent control, a double wishbone front suspension, multi-link front and rear suspensions, independent four-wheel suspension, stabilizer bars in the front and the rear, an anti-roll bar in the front and the rear, and permanent locking hubs. It uses ventilated front disc brakes and solid rear disc brakes, emergency braking assist, stability and traction control, and an electronic brake force distribution.

Post-collision safety includes driver and front-passenger head airbags, side-mounted airbags in the front and rear, and passenger airbags with occupant-sensing deactivation to protect small-bodied people and children from launching-airbag injuries. The rear seat includes child seat anchors, and the rear doors come fitted with child safety locks.

For day-to-day safety the 2007 Mercedes-Benz M-Class includes a remote anti-theft alarm system and an engine immobilizer. All the headrests in the vehicle adjust to protect the passengers and driver from whiplash in the event of an impact, and models include fog lights and dusk-sensing headlamps.

EPA Fuel Economy

Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML350: 17/21 mpg city/highway
Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML320 CDI: 21/27 mpg city/highway
Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML500: 14/19 mpg city/highway
Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML63 AMG: 12/16 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Body design
  • Performance
  • Stability and maneuverability

You Won't Like

  • Fuel consumption

Sum Up

Style and performance brought together in a winning combination.

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