2007 MercedesBenz SUVs R M GL and GClass (2007061207FBA02)

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2007 Mercedes-Benz SUVs R, M, GL and G-Class

Source: Mercedes-Benz Germany

Posted: 12 Jun 2007

This 2007 Mercedes-Benz

solutions for the discerning customer: world of Mercedes-Benz SUVs

The varied range of SUVs in the segment comes from A close look at the model in the R, M, GL and G-Class quickly shows one of the 30 basic models available is to match up to the relevant individual With many detailed the R-Class is the model series the widest range of variants and excels with its outstanding comfort, as well as the most and variable interior with up to seats. The M-Class is the best-seller of all the Sports Utility Vehicles, and is popular by virtue of its well-balanced This series celebrated its reported debut ten years and is seen as the precursor to all modern SUVs. The Mercedes-Benz GL-Class the peak position in the entire SUV and its occupants enjoy first-class under any conditions, both on and off the The solid and dependable G best its strengths off the beaten track, and is as one of the world’s best cross-country Mercedes-Benz demonstrates the potential of the engine with the innovative BLUETEC models in the R, M- and GL-Class, fuel economy and very low emissions are at the centre of ongoing work.

Even greater adaptability, two wheelbase lengths, drive or 4MATIC all-wheel new engine variants and new, more striking styling – the R-Class now opens up even possibilities. With a total of 13 versions, this model offers the most extensive within the Mercedes-Benz SUV family. the interior now allows scope for new arrangements. For the first time, the features a second row of seats for people, providing scope for new seating arrangements: this SUV now provides seating for five however two, three, six or seven seats are also In addition the owner of an R-Class has the of an unbeatably large and versatile compartment: the short-wheelbase R‑Class can a maximum of 2001 litres, the figure for the long-wheelbase version is a 2436 litres. This the R-Class the most variable and model in the entire Mercedes-Benz car range.

R-Class: choice of rear-wheel or four-wheel drive

On the outside, the SUV is now distinguishable by an even more bodystyling package at the front and as well as 18-inch light-alloy for all V6 versions. The top-of-the-range R 500 4MATIC is with 19-inch wheels. The line-up is augmented by the new V6 petrol in the R 280, which shines its impressive power delivery and fuel consumption. Mercedes-Benz now three new entry-level R-Class – the R 280 CDI, the R 280 and the R 350 – all of which are V6 versions rear-wheel drive and a choice of a or long wheelbase. Thanks to the in weight and inherently lower losses in the powertrain, the rear-wheel models return even fuel-consumption figures. The most R-Class is now the R 280 CDI which consumes 8.9 litres of diesel per 100 km (NEDC

More power, lower consumption: new V8-engine for the M-Class

The M-Class has entered the new model with a new engine. The 285 kW/388 hp ML 500 4MATIC is now equipped with the V8 petrol unit, which the output by 82 hp compared to the preceding and boosts the maximum torque 460 to 530 newton metres. This increase has a considerable effect on the ML 500 4MATIC now accelerates to 100 km/h in 5.8 and has a maximum speed of 250 km/h. increase in power and performance is not by a higher fuel consumption, as the NEDC combined consumption has reduced by 0.6 litres to 12,8 per 100 kilometres. The range of petrol is complemented by the 200 kW/272 hp model ML 350 a V6-engine, as well as the high-performance ML 63 AMG 375 kW/510 hp.

The top model in the diesel is the ML 420 CDI 4MATIC, which develops an of 225 kW/306 hp and a maximum torque of 700 Nm, and has the highest torque of any model in the M-Class series. In addition to the V8 there is a choice of two other units, both of them excellent performance with an lower fuel consumption. The V6-engine in the ML 280 CDI has an output of 140 kW / 190 hp, while the ML 320 CDI the same displacement generates 165 hp. Both versions consume 9.4 litres of diesel per 100 kilometres.

The first generation of the M-Class (W was launched in 1997 and is acknowledged as the to all modern premium SUVs, worldwide sales of around units before its replacement in The present W 164-series M-Class is set to this success story, and Mercedes-Benz customers have purchased current model.

top model in the SUV sector

With the Mercedes-Benz occupies the peak in the market segment for luxurious Utility Vehicles. This off-roader excels with driving dynamics both on and off the and spoils its occupants with spaciousness together with the of a luxury-class saloon. With its and imposing external appearance, the visually substantiates its claim to in the hotly contested, worldwide segment, while the interior its occupants with the typical atmosphere of luxury and comfort of the S-Class.

The range of engines four ultra-modern units harmonious torque and power decisively contribute to driving

The V8 diesel engine of the GL 420 CDI 4MATIC 225 kW/306 hp and 700 newton metres of for superior drive characteristics, the well-proven V6 unit of the GL 320 CDI 4MATIC effortless progress with 165 hp and 510 newton metres. Like all models in the Mercedes-Benz passenger car these two common-rail diesels are with a maintenance-free particulate A second eight-cylinder model is in addition to the 285 kW/388 hp, 5.5-litre in the GL 500 4MATIC – the GL 450 4MATIC with a output of 250 kW/340 hp.

In combination the innovative 4MATIC four-wheel system, AIRMATIC air suspension as precise speed-sensitive power and the likewise standard Adaptive System ADS, the majestic GL 3075mm) delights its occupants impressive handling and excellent comfort. And while the GL already a very good figure on the it is a genuine off-roader which excels as a cross-country vehicle. The AIRMATIC system allows a clearance of up to 307 millimetres, and the standard engineering package considerably the capabilities on difficult terrain its low-range transmission and disc-type at the rear and centre differentials. electronic control systems as Offroad-ABS, Downhill Speed (DSR) and start-off assist to reduce the driver’s workload further.

G-Class – 28 years of development for sheer perfection

Even in its production year, Mercedes-Benz is continuing a model strategy for the G-Class which is just as as the classic off-roader itself: the body shape and indestructible structure have been since 1979, and at the same constant evolutionary improvements reaffirm the technical leadership of the G. The model facelift mainly the interior, where a new instrument provides a more up-to-date Together with a centrally display for the driver, four dial instruments with chrome bezels provide a laid out information centre. The four-spoke multifunction steering has also been redesigned, the modified centre console operating safety and upgrades the in visual terms. The standard in the G 500 and G 55 AMG petrol models include the and display system COMAND APS a DVD navigation system, integral CD-player and telephone keypad. headlamps and foglamps with lights are likewise standard in all versions. Externally the new model is distinguishable by discreetly modified lights. The G continues to be available in body variants: two station versions with a short or wheelbase, and an extravagant Convertible an electro/hydraulically operated roof.

Now as before, the classic among off-road vehicles offers a synthesis of effective drive and system. In addition to permanent drive with a low-range, gearbox, standard equipment the electronically controlled traction 4ETS, the Electronic Stability ESP and three differential locks can be selected at the touch of a button. Steyr in Graz, Austria, has producing the G-Class on behalf of since 1979, with 190,000 produced to date. And no end to success story is yet in sight.

The G continue to complement the Mercedes-Benz range of highly capable in the coming years. Confirmation of the youth enjoyed by the G-Class came from the well-known magazine 4wheel fun: in a for the 2007 Superstar in the luxury this classic vehicle was the winner by a wide margin.

— the future of the diesel

Impressive output, high a low fuel consumption and very low emissions – the Vision BLUETEC in the GL, M and R-Class demonstrate that innovative drive technology is able to develop its potential in high-performance SUVs. The promising of the BLUETEC concept is well by the Vision GL 320 BLUETEC. This SUV with a powerful V6 diesel has an output of 165 kW/224 hp and a torque of 510 metres, has an average fuel of only 9.9 litres of diesel per 100 and meets the most stringent exhaust emission standards.

Mercedes-Benz has developed two versions of the BLUETEC emissions control both of them with the purpose, namely to reduce oxide emissions. This is the diesel exhaust gas component levels are inherently above of petrol engines. In the E 320 BLUETEC already launched in the USA, an catalytic converter and a particulate are combined with an improved, durable storage-type NOx catalytic and an additional SCR converter. The second version is even more and can also be used in the Vision GL 320

Vision ML 320 BLUETEC and Vision R 320 shown here. In this AdBlue, a harmless, aqueous solution, is sprayed into the tract, where the downstream SCR converter reduces up to 80 percent of the oxides to harmless nitrogen and

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