Coming back to MB

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Chas, Aug 11, 2017.

  1. Chas

    Chas Active Member

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    Hi folks

    I'm considering coming back to MB after a few years with Land Rover

    I'm thinking about a ML 250 BlueTEC , two years old 9,000 .

    Here is the spec. Is this AMG line or just one with AMG packages , I'm out of touch :eek:

    Any comments/advice or potential issues unknown to me would be much appreciated , thanks
    Manufacturer: Mercedes-Benz
    Type: ML 250 BlueTEC
    First registration: 07/2015
    Mileage: 9,288 mls
    Body: SUV
    Power: 204 hp (150 kw)
    Cubic capacity: 2,143 cm³
    Engine/fuel type: Diesel
    Transmission: Automatic Transmission
    Fuel consumption urban/extra-urban/combined: 39.8 /49.6 /45.6 mpg
    CO2 emissions combined*: 163 g/km
    Energy efficiency class: A
    Colour: Cavansite blue Metallic
    Upholstery: Dinamica/Artico - black
    Previous owners: 2

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    Equipment features
    12V socket in luggage compartment
    20" AMG alloy wheels 5-spoke design
    4MATIC
    Active Brake Assist
    Adaptive brake lights
    ADAPTIVE BRAKE with HOLD function
    Adjustable lumbar support
    Airbags - front sidebags
    Airbags - windowbags
    Aluminium trim
    AMG bodystyling
    AMG Exterior Sports package
    AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC
    Auto dimming rear-view and driver's exterior mirror
    Automatic child seat recognition sensor
    Automatic climate control
    Brake Assist (BAS)
    COC document EU6 without registration certificate part II
    COMAND Online
    Controller on centre console
    Cup holder 2, front
    Downhill Speed Regulation (DSR)
    EASY-PACK-tailgate
    Eco Start/Stop function
    Electric traction control with automatic braking control
    Electric windows (2) - front
    Electronic Stability Programme (ESP)
    EU6 emissions standard
    Exterior mirrors - electrically adjustable and heated
    Exterior mirrors - electrically folding
    Folding rear seat backrests
    Front seats - full electric adjustment
    Fuel Tank- Increased 93 litre capacity
    Glove compartment Lockable, air-conditioned and illuminated
    Grey fabric roof liner
    Headlamp wash
    Heated front seats
    Instrument cluster with central multifunction display
    Intelligent Light System
    Interior Sports package
    Kneebag driver's side
    Light-alloy wheels, 7-spoke design 43.2 cm (17")
    Media Interface
    Mercedes-Benz emergency call system
    Mirror Package
    Modification year 04/2
    Parktronic with Active Park Assist
    Pre-Safe® - anticipatory safety system
    PRE-SAFE® system
    Privacy glass
    Rain-sensing wipers
    Rear armrest folding, with cupholder
    Spectacles compartment in overhead control panel
    Speed Limit Assist
    Speedtronic cruise control
    Sports seats
    Steering column - manually adjustable for height
    Storage compartment under front seats
    Suspension with steel springs, lowered
    Tail lamps - LED
    Technical modifications (05)
    Technical preparation for the use of Live Traffic Information
    TIREFIT with tyre inflation compressor
    Tyre pressure monitoring system
     
  2. Gjh0702

    Gjh0702 New Member

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    After three Land Rovers I too returned and no regrets - good luck
     
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  3. Mactech

    Mactech MB Enthusiast

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    Location:
    Biddulph
    Car:
    Volvo V90 D4 Momentum Pro, Land Rover Defender, Mazda MX~5, Honda VFR1200
    Well that looks like and AMG line car. 20" wheels and body kit and mats.
    I have just returned to Mercedes with a GLE 350 AMG line after tiring of the expensive dash lights on a Range Rover. I still have 1997 Defender, but that is just part of the family now and I have never expected it to be more than just one step up from a horse and cart....:rolleyes:
     
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