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2012 Mercedes-Benz M-Class On Sale In Australia

Mercedes-Benz' all-new 2012 M-Class SUV is now on sale in Australia, replacing the strong-selling but nearly seven year-old second-generation model. For 2012, the M-Class draws on the styling of the brand's newest models, while retaining its familiar forward-swept C-pillar lines. The range kicks off with an $81,400 four-cylinder diesel model, and the entire line-up benefits from reduced fuel consumpion, an extensive feature list and sharper pricing.
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