2002 Mercedes-Benz M-Class Consumer Discussions
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Just checked the 2002 E Class pricing on the MBUSA site. MSRP has gone up again and infact apples to apples, My 320 wagon MSRP has gone up by almost $ 2200 since I bought in August 2000 (MY 2000) wit?...

I ordered the Navigation system with it. The dealer ordered the Navigation and received the 2001 model. After installing it, it turned out that the 2001 navigation does not work in the 2002 M-Class....

I own a 2003 M-Class that I bought new and it has been free of any serious maintenance issues per se. The only out of the ordinary issues were:...

frame" type SUVs (like 2005 & earlier M-Class vehicles) - the ride is just too punishing (truck like) for my liking. If you still want that SUV image then do a "current" M-Class (...

Re: lack of ergonomics on the M-class. I think you'd find them easier if you weren't so used to MB ;-) After all, they didn't get cupholders for a long time....

You might choose to ignore part of a manufacturers lineup, but I will not. M-Class and CLK (along with the already mentioned S-Class) owners have enjoyed abysmal reliability. You might choose to ign...

Just to chime in here, I went with a 2002 Explorer Eddie Bauer and test drove all those vehicles and while the MDX and M-Class are fine vehicles, the MDX looks positively wimpy with the wheels it had ...

Not sure if you mean the quote about CR not recommending any model MB or the one about the M-Class having 60% more problems than average....

sedan, but have been especially notable in the M-Class sport utility. At the same time, the revered Mercedes brand has been dropping in quality and durability rankings....
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