2001 Mercedes-Benz M-Class ML320 AWD 4dr SUV (3.2L 6cyl 5A)
Be Warned of Low Quality & Rip Off
Labor prices. there are large number
of failing componenents (fuel pump,
steering components, sensors, brake
switches, ignition coils, etc) that
will let you stranded.. The labor is a
rip off for a low quality component
vehicle. $600.00 for changing a coil,
$280.00+ for oil and filter changes,
$1000.00+ for fuel pump changes.
MB customer service is a joke and
dealers are a nightmare. MB refuses
to perform TSB's unless you get
Value went from $45,000 to a dealer
trade in value of $20,000 in 2001 to
the year 2003.
Loved the exterior and general look.
The engine is great.
Need to improve overall component
quality. Need to reduce repair labor
on defective MB models. Currently it
is a major rip off.Even 2003 models
have problems that were known on 1998
models. They were never fixed even
though the sales people mention
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