So far, my SUV has been amazing. I've had it for over a year. I bought it used, 2006, and I've done nothing but routine maintenance. The ride takes a little getting used to, but I used to drive a BMW 325i, so I wasn't expecting the kind of performance from that kind of car. I read such horrible things about this automobile after I bought it, that I kind of freaked out about my rash purchase. No trouble, whatsoever. Great car.
Super clean ML350 (V6) for a great price. Feels rock solid. Extremely quiet. Has all of the amenities that you would expect in a luxury brand. Harmon Kardon sound system is superb. Navigation is a bit quirky, and takes a bit to get used to. Only complaint that I have is that a rattle has developed under the dash (driver's side), and after some research, other ML owners have experienced the same rattle. The noise is more noticeable since the interior is extremely quiet. We'll see what the MBZ dealer has to say about it. Overall, I would highly recommend.
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