18 April 2012
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The new Mercedes ML is more efficient than ever, but can the new four-pot diesel model remain competitive in the hard-fought luxury SUV sector?

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23 January 2013

Possibly the smallest visible change over previous Mercedes cars is the downsizing and relocation of the wiper/indicator stalk, which used to be a hugely oversized affair.Smile

13 July 2013

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