2012 Mercedes M-Class


The Mercedes M-Class is now in its third generation - premiere the M-Class at the Frankfurt Motor Show from the second half, they will undercut their predecessors greatly in terms of consumption - by 25 percent. What changes are intended to contribute to the economy and what else they offer something new, we have put together for you.

With the available exclusively as BlueTec diesel models in the new Mercedes M-Class, the downsizing and the new edition of the V6 CDI engine is at the center. The Mercedes ML 250 known from the S-Class four-cylinder replaces the EU 6-level 3.0-liter V6 of the previous M-Class. The SCR exhaust system to flow and pressure to contribute to the optimized six-liter consumption.

The Mercedes ML 350 BlueTec is a revised 3.0-liter V6 used, which is also intended to undercut the EU 6 standard. Here reference is made ​​to the LDS technology (twin wire arc spraying), which since 2005 in AMG is used engines. This coating technology for the cylinder walls was adapted for the V6 diesel engine. The method is to reduce the internal friction of the engine.
The petrol of the new Mercedes M-Class is the direct petrol injection with spray-guided combustion, fast ignition and a new stratified combustion at the center. Also see a table that lists the differences to its predecessor.

The third-generation M-Class from Mercedes -Benz aims to set priorities with low fuel consumption and emissions. To the engine range has been completely re-organized. It now includes two diesel and one petrol engine: base model is the Mercedes ML 250 Bluetec 4Matic with 204 hp, the second diesel Mercedes ML 350 BlueTec 4Matic with 258 hp and the preliminary top-model Mercedes ML 350 4Matic BlueEfficiency petrol engine with 306 hp.

The smaller diesel in Mercedes ML 250 will be satisfied even with a consumption of 6.0 l/100 km (158 g CO2/km). With a full tank, this model could then come up to 1170 km wide. The option to switch from the standard 70-gallon fuel tank on the larger 93-liter fuel tank should allow a distance of 1,500 kilometers without refueling. Big brother Mercedes ML 350 it should., With a consumption of 6.8 L/100 km 1.030, or 1370 km be
The petrol engine of the new Mercedes M-Class is at a consumption will be around the 8.5 L/100 km and with its 78-liter tank has a range of 920 kilometers. With the larger 93-liter fuel tank, there will be an increase of up to 1,090 kilometers. 

The on and off-road package for the new M-Class is applying as Roundup: An automatic program for everyday life, two off-road programs for anxiety and challenging terrain and three road programs to be adapted to winter conditions, sporty driving, or driving with a trailer. Depending on the request, the application of the knob in the center console is selected.

The package also includes a technical underrun protection and features to provide maximum ground clearance of 285 millimeters and a fording depth of 600 millimeters.


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