Mercedes-Benz M Class owners manuals
- Expensive related to most competitors
- Knocking noise, produced by the handbrake cable rubbing next to the prop shaft
- Wing Mirror prone to fail
- Gear selector failure
- Rough idling/lack of power, caused by the EGR valves that can get obstructed with a carbon build-up
The Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class, previously Mercedes-Benz M-Class, is a mid-size five-door SUV built by the German carmaker Mercedes-Benz as 1997. It is positioned within the GLC-Class (based on the C-Class) and the GLS-Class, with which it shares the platform.
For a short period, among 1999 and 2002, the M-Class was also produced in Austria, for the European market, before all the making shift to the U.S. From 2012, the M-Class was also constructed in India and Indonesia. As of 2015, the M-Class has been restyled to GLE-Class.
The M-Class is available in four trim levels: ML250 Bluetec, ML350, ML400, and ML 63 AMG. All trim levels come equipped with all-wheel drive (4Matic) without for the ML350, which can also be equipped with rear-wheel drive. All the models come paired to a seven-speed automatic transmission.
Mercedes-Benz M-Class known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Mercedes-Benz M-Class are: