Mercedes-Benz replaces two of its engines in the 2015 M-Class
SUV in the name of better fuel efficiency and more power. However, none of the changes sacrifices what makes the M-Class a standout in the 5-passenger luxury SUV market. It's still comfortable, quiet, versatile, and even off-road capable thanks to a dirt-ready option package.
New Features and Revisions
Mercedes-Benz sacrifices last year's ML350 BlueTEC and ML550 on the altar of fuel efficiency, replacing them with the 4-cylinder powered ML250 BlueTEC and twin-turbo V6-powered ML400.