Used 2015 Mercedes-BenzM-Class ML 400 4MATIC

  • VIN: 4JGDA5GB5FA533284
  • Stock: 2999
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Odometer
28,552 miles
Fuel Economy
18/22 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Polar White
Interior Color
Auburn Brown/Black
Body/Seating
SUV/5 seats
Transmission
7-Speed Automatic
Drivetrain
All-wheel Drive
Engine
3.0L V-6 cyl
Mercedes-Benz M-Class
  • Certified

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Emergency communication system
  • Power moonroof
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Rain sensing wipers

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

*DEALER MAINTAINED*, *ONE OWNER CLEAN CARFAX*, *Carfax Well Maintained Regular Oil Changes Seal of Approval*, *NAVIGATION*, *Panoramic Moonroof*, *Leather*, *Back Up Camera*, *Power Seat*, Alloy Wheels, *NEW PA STATE INSPECTION and EMISSIONS*, Recent Oil Change, Vehicle Detailed, Passed Dealer Inspection. Every car in our inventory includes a free Carfax Report. Polar White 2015 Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML 400 4MATIC?? 4MATIC?? 7-Speed Automatic 3.0L V6 DOHC 24V Turbocharged

Recent Arrival! Odometer is 14212 miles below market average!

Awards:
* 2015 IIHS Top Safety Pick+
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Reviews:

* Whether you're looking for a 5-passenger luxury SUV that can sip the least fuel possible, a luxury SUV that can rip to 174 mph, or a luxury SUV that splits that difference one way or the other, the 2015 Mercedes-Benz M-Class is a good bet. Source: KBB.com
* Very fuel-efficient diesel; very quick gasoline engines; serene ride; rich interior appointments; roomy backseat; top crash scores. Source: Edmunds
* Every element of the 2015 M-Class cabin is thoughtfully engineered and elegantly crafted to make you feel at home, and in control, on any road. The standard 19-inch alloy wheels further accent the already stark design of the M-Class. Bright white LED Daytime Running Lamps help increase the visibility of your vehicle to oncoming traffic by illuminating front lights whenever the car is switched on. On the inside, wood trim adorns the console, dash, steering wheel and doors. MB-Tex upholstery offers a rich appearance and supple leather-like feel, even in cold weather. Electrically heated front seats quickly take the chill out of even the coldest day. 60/40 split-folding rear seat backs with flip-forward seat cushions allow for a truly flat cargo floor. The Cockpit Management and Data (COMAND) system features a high-resolution color-LCD display. This is utilized to manage audio, video, and other hands free calling and navigation functions. The M-Class features a 302hp 3.5L V6 with up to 6,600lbs of towing power or a 329hp or 3.0L biturbo V6 with 7,200lbs. The 7-speed automatic has been made even smoother, more responsive and more efficient while paddle shifters allow you to manually upshift and downshift with just a flick of your fingers. Powerful 4-wheel disc brakes grant you the all of the stopping power that you need. Mercedes-Benz is concerned with keeping the family safe, and the quality of the safety options present on the M-Class is proof of that. A suite of standard air bags offers advanced protection. A driver's knee air bag supplements the dual-stage front air bags. Enjoy the strong, controlled stopping power of dual-circuit power-assisted 4-wheel disc brakes, backed by an Antilock Braking System. Source: The Manufacturer Summary

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall8.6Out of 10
  • Dont recommend this vehicle at all

    By Portlander on Saturday, December 16, 2017

    3.0
    This vehicle has some plusses: it is comfortable, drives well for an SUV, smooth and powerful engine. Mine has been an unreliable mess, however. Almost 8k in repairs since I bought it 2 years ago (I didnt buy it new). Most of the issues (but not all) that I have had have been associated with the diesel and the emissions system. I would not recommend this vehicle at all, and will get rid of it as soon as I can (certainly no later than when the extended warranty runs out).
  • Mechanically solid, but ergonomically annoying

    By MCJ on Saturday, November 24, 2012

    5.0
    Bought a 2013 ML350 4Matic in Sep 2012 as an addition to a '97 4Runner SR5 (manual transmission!) and '02 Pathfinder SE. It has the P01 package, Harman Kardon Logic7 sound, MB-tex, and AWD. Readers be aware that for 2013, there are both 2WD and AWD versions. .. Pros: Comfortable, controlled ride, which is impressive as it weighs about 1200 lbs (!) more than my 4Runner. Acceleration is strong, but requires premium fuel. Quiet at highway speeds. Interior pleather feels like real leather. Steering is very light but accurate, not floaty. Easy to drive long distances in this thing. Upgraded sound system is excellent from an audio standpoint, clunky ergonomics aside. Better than my Infinity/Alpine aftermarket setup in my 4Runner. .. Cons: There are multiple ergonomic and electronic quirks that are very annoying if these things are important to you. 1) Backup camera only functions when radio is on. Why?!? 2) Shifter is on the steering column where the wiper stalk usually is. Takes a lot of getting used to. 3) There are 4 different button clusters for audio controls (2 on steering wheel, one on upper console, one on lower console) but only ONE location (and the hardest to reach) will allow you to do adjust both volume and track +/- at the same time. Some buttons (e.g. the "disc" button) do not do what they say they do. 4) Navigation is inferior to both Garmin and TomTom. It will guide you the wrong way on one-way streets and otherwise get you lost. 5) Balky transmission, especially from a stoplight. Transmission does not drop down to 1st promptly, so when you start again, the transmission is caught off-balance in 2nd or 3rd. The subsequent hesitation followed by "clunk" and "screech!" scares both the driver and passengers. .. Overall, this is a very comfortable, mechanically sound car. But the ergonomic quirks and balky transmission are not acceptable in a car of this price. Toyota and Honda gets this right in their plebian models -- what's wrong with MB?
  • Best ML 350 that I have had so far...

    By Fred on Monday, October 12, 2015

    9.0
    The handling, braking and gas mileage have been greatly improved in comparison to the earlier (2009 and 2012) models that I owned. Infotainment is a little better, but still the worst part of the car. The blower fan could also use improvement. Interior and exterior construction is also more durable than my former models and has done a good job standing up to my preteen children. I did have some software issues during the first year that resulted in intermittent "Check Engine" warning indicator which went away after a software update. Ergonomically, this SUV is fantastic. Seats are comfortable and it is fairly responsive, considering its size and weight. I average about 18 MPG in town (with a lot of coasting) and about 22 MPG on the Freeway. I was torn between this and an Acura MDX (for the third row seating), but the dealership experience swayed me to stay with Mercedes. I was a long-time BMW owner that grew tired of the stress of purchasing negotiations and reliability issues.

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