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Mercedes-Benz M-Class 2006

The 2006 M-class is no longer a stubby, high-riding box on wheels. This new version is a much more graceful truck with longer and wider proportions, a flowing roofline, and prominent wheel housings.

In 1997, Mercedes-Benz's new ML320 SUV, which was built in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, largely for the American market, met with great acceptance from the majority of SUV fans. They were delighted by this sport-ute that not only wore the prestigious three-pointed star but also came to market with the remarkably low base price--for a Mercedes--of $34,545. Although critics were soon carping that its all-wheel-drive system was not up to dealing with heavy-duty off-road assignments and its interior appointments were low-rent, the M-class was a success, with almost 300,000 of a 570,000-unit production run sold in the U.S. Although it has been gradually upgraded over its lifespan, the first-generation M-class isn't competitive with the host of luxury SUVs now available.

In 1997, Mercedes-Benz's new ML320 SUV, which was built in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, largely for the American market, met with great acceptance from the majority of SUV fans. They were delighted by this sport-ute that not only wore the prestigious three-pointed star but also came to market with the remarkably low base price--for a Mercedes--of $34,545. Although critics were soon carping that its all-wheel-drive system was not up to dealing with heavy-duty off-road assignments and its interior appointments were low-rent, the M-class was a success, with almost 300,000 of a 570,000-unit production run sold in the U.S. Although it has been gradually upgraded over its lifespan, the first-generation M-class isn't competitive with the host of luxury SUVs now available.

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