Sunday, June 12, 2011

2012 Mercedes M Class

Mercedes-Benz has advanced the main details of the third-generation M-Class Changes in exterior and interior design, more efficient engines and complete equipment are the letter of the German SUV. What do you think? Leave your comments, the most interesting will be published in the journal Hwy. Alternatively, this news debate on our forums.

Mercedes-Benz continues with the renewal of its range. With the aim of addressing a younger audience, the design language of the signing of the star has become a little more aggressive style and sporty, but give up some of the elegance of which he has shown over its history. The latest example of this shift is found in the third-generation M-Class, whose official debut will take place at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2011 "was held from 15 to 25 September.

The 2012 Mercedes M-Class boasts a renovated interior and exterior design, with modifications in several areas, but little radical change. In the front sports a different grille with more angular shapes, while the body sides have a molded and sculpted style. For customers who demand more aggressive, be available to a wide range of customizable items, including alloy wheels of different diameters, between 17 and 21 inches-some of them with the stamp of the AMG sports division.

Inside, the elegance and presence of quality materials are kept, with a dashboard with many similarities to Class S. The wood and aluminum inserts are not lacking, contributing almost necessary touch of a vehicle's own signature of the star. In terms of dimensions, the 2012 M-Class is growing in almost all its exterior dimensions, with a length of 4,804 mm (before, 4,781 mm) and a width of 1,926 mm (before, 1,911 mm).

For its part, the height decreased slightly to 1,796 mm (previously 1815 mm), while the wheelbase remains at 2,915 mm. All versions of the Class M 2012, regardless of the type of engine mounts, will incorporate the 4Matic permanent four wheel drive combined with the automatic gearbox Plus G Tronic 7-speed.

In pursuit of minimizing fuel consumption and emission levels, the full range of set the system will start / stop and automatic starter motor. At the time of its release, the mechanical supply comprises three engines, two diesel and gasoline. The entry diesel engine for the Class M 250 BlueTec, a proponent of 2,143 cm3 and 204 hp at 4,200 rpm.

The torque of this version is 50.98 Nm between 1,600 and 1,800 rpm. The stated average consumption is 6.0 l/100 km with an emission level of 158 g / km of CO2. Diesel continues to supply the Class M 350 BlueTEC, with a 3.0 V6 engine of 258 hp and 63.22 Nm of torque. The announced average fuel economy is 6.8 l/100 km.

Data posted are really interesting performance, with acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 7.4 seconds and a top speed of 224 km / h. In gasoline, will initially only be available BlueEfficiency Class M 350. This version mounts a 3.5 V6 engine with 306 hp and 37.72 Nm of torque. As usual in recent years by most manufacturers, Mercedes-Benz is clearly committed to the security section.

In 2012 M-Class will be available 9 airbags, tire pressure control, electronic brake assistance, and other more modern systems such as night vision device with pedestrian recognition, traffic signal detectors, change aid system unintended lane, blind spot monitoring, remote electronic control Distronic and parking assistance system with rear view camera.

Optionally, all customers may wish to choose the Airmatic air suspension system, in addition to Active Curve System device with anti-roll control when cornering.

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