Mercedes ML550: Faster and Better
The Good: Serious speed, roomy interior, optional adaptive damping system
The Bad: High price, mediocre fuel economy, no third-row seats
The Bottom Line: Porsche-style speed with Mercedes luxury and convenience
One of the oddities of the car market is how well big SUVs are selling, despite the rise in gasoline prices. And among the hottest right now is one of the most expensive: the Mercedes-Benz M-Class. Last year, U.S. sales of the M-Class rose 7.1% to 33,879—and then soared 37.7% to 3,237 in January.
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