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.
The good news regarding strong October sales figures has also been felt at the Holden camp with its Captiva model becoming Australia’s top-selling SUV for the month of October. Holden’s Executive Director of Sales and Marketing, Joh... Read Post
Fans of the ML 63 AMG woke up to a nasty rumor today claiming Mercedes was killing off its high-power SUV in preparation for the next generation M-Class. Automobile Magazine confirmed, though, the rumors are unfounded. Read Post