The M-class comes across as a brilliantly engineered car with outstanding comfort, refinement and top-notch quality. With its larger dimensions, it now looks grown up and much more dynamic than its predecessor, and the cabin’s fit and finish are impeccable. The lack of a third row of seats and a slightly numb driving experience are the only real drawbacks of an otherwise hugely appealing SUV. The new M-class doesn’t compromise on Merc’s core values of a relaxed driving experience, rock-solid build quality and unflustered cruising ability. What’s really impressive, though, is the way Mercedes has blended old-world charm into a thoroughly modern package at a price that’s extremely competent, and that’s exactly what makes this new M-class stand out.
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