mercedes ml350 lease

2014 Mercedes ML350 Lease
$
599
/Mo.

$4,893 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Does not include 1st month payment.)

MSRP $47,790


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Lease Details
Payment Breakdown: Mercedes-Benz is offering a lease of a 2014 ML350 with Premium 1 package available to customers who qualify. You will pay $599 a month for 36 months for total lease payments of $21,564 plus a $3,499 capitalized cost reduction, $795 acquisition fee and a $595 vehicle turn-in fee for a total of $26,453 (plus fees, taxes, dealer charges, etc.) for the lease term.

Mileage: With this 2014 Mercedes-Benz ML350 lease you are granted a total of 30,000 miles over the life of the lease. After that the charge varies for $0.25 per mile. So even if you drove 1000 miles over that would still only cost you an extra $250.

End of Lease: Once your lease is up you will have the option to purchase the car for $29,476 (plus taxes and any other fees and charges due under the lease agreement) or you can simply return the car to the dealer and lease your next vehicle. Keep in mind that you will be charged a $595 vehicle turn-in fee and be responsible for any unusual wear and tear and for all additional mileage driven over the allotted amount.

Fine Print: *This lease may be available to customers who qualify through your participating dealer. Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings.

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About the Mercedes ML350
The Mercedes M-Class has always been at the forefront of what a luxury SUV can be. The ML350 lease gets you into a $50k ride of less than $600 per month. The Mercedes ML350 is packed with tons of technology, safety features, and luxury amenities.

The Mercedes M-Class is comprised of a few different models with a base price of $48,990 for the ML350 and the top of the line model costs $94,990. These are pretty high base prices which is why a lease is the most popular way to go. This luxury SUV seats five and has the excellent road manners you would come to expect in a Mercedes-Benz. The Mercedes M-Class luxury sport utility vehicle has the ability to not only haul 5 passengers; but the M-Class can also deal with tough off-road obstacles. Each model has standard 4WD but there are 3 different engines depending on the model. The ML63 AMG is a high horsepower SUV that is set to compete against the Porsche Cayenne and a BMW X5. But the Mercedes-Benz M-Class is considered a luxury SUV because of the price point, specifications, luxury features and options. The design is similar to that of an E-Class sedan. The M-Class also has great off-road ability and can compete with other AWD SUV’s like the Toyota Land Cruiser and the Land Rover Discovery 4.

This Mercedes-Benz M-Class is a completely redesigned model for the 2012 model year with updates for 2014. The suspension received minor modifications, the body has grown in length and width but not so much in height, but in none of these levels the difference exceeds two centimeters. The rear cargo area can hold up to 72 cubic feet of stuff.

The M-Class engines are pretty fuel efficient except for the AMG model. There is a highly fuel efficient model called the BlueTEC which is a 3.0 liter diesel V-6 that gets 27 MPG on the highway. The BlueTEC is not always available for lease but your local dealer may be able to strike a deal with you. The ML350 has 302 horsepower, the ML550 has 402 horsepower, and the ML63 AMG has a whopping 550 horsepower. All four models have a seven-speed automatic gearbox (7G-TRONIC PLUS) and have all-wheel drive (4MATIC). Next year is expected to see a hybrid variant with diesel engine and electric.

The Diesel version are no longer called CDI instead it s called. Mercedes-Benz uses this name because they both have a system of reducing emissions of nitrogen oxides by injecting an additive called AdBlue. AdBlue can be found at many gas stations.

I drove the three available engines. Between the two I prefer Diesel the most powerful, not only for the 54 hp more, to be grateful to be there when it comes to overtaking vehicles on roads with more than two lanes in each direction. The Mercedes M-Class maintains a cruise of 65 MPH without problems but mainly because of 258 hp is much more refined as it vibrates less.

The ML350 gasoline model has 302 HP and the power delivery is very smooth and linear. The exhaust note is also pleasant. This is the most common model that is leased. The SUL does not give you the impression or rush of acceleration but when it comes to passing other vehicles; the ML350 is no slouch. In the technical section has more information on the body, chassis, suspension, drive system and some other elements.

Why Buy when you can Lease a Mercedes ML350

The starting price is just about $50k for the base, the BlueTEC diesel goes for a few thousand more. The ML550 is $58k and the AMG version is $95k. Then of course each model has various features, options, and packages that you can add on that will increase the price. But you can lease a Mercedes M-Class for a lot less than you would think. The 240 horsepower diesel version costs much more than a Jeep Grand Cherokee and more than a Volvo XC90 and Volkswagen Touareg but when you consider the ML350 BlueTEC gets better gas mileage and has way more luxury features, the gap is not so bad. But you are better off leasing a Mercedes M-Class.

Mercedes M-Class Equipment

The Mercedes-Benz M-Class comes with a set of Xenon headlights which include the Intelligent Light System and LED daylight running lights which are really cool looking. Moreover, as the latest models of Mercedes-Benz, including the M-Class are equipped with tons of safety equipment including Night View Assist Plus with pedestrian recognition, Lane Keeping Assist, Blind Spot Assist, active cruise control which is known as Distronic Plus, and the Attention Assist which will help with driver fatigue. The Mercedes M-Class has seven airbags, including one for the driver’s knees and side curtains for the rear passengers.

All versions of the M-Class come standard with a stereo and a 5.5-inch Navigation unit, a CD player compatible with MP3, USB and Aux-In and Bluetooth hands-free mobile phones. Also optional is the “COMAND APS Online,” a device that can connect to the Internet, download to hard disk has a browser-7-inch pre-designed routes on a PC using Google Maps or record and then consult the journeys made, among other functions. You can also check weather forecasts and even Facebook.

There is a package of equipment “AMG” which slightly modifies the exterior appearance. It has alloy wheels in five-spoke 19-inch tires mounted measures 255/50 R19. This is the third-generation M-Class. The first was available from 1997 to 2005, with a slight upgrade in mid-2001. The second hit the market in 2005. In 2008 it received a little change. Now we have the third generation M-Class.

Mercedes M-Class Interior

The dashboard design is new but retains the overall look of most models of the Mercedes-Benz family of luxury automobiles. On older models, when you slip your hand on the steering wheel to indicate a change of direction, the finger always clashed with the wrong lever, which was the speed control. In the M-Class 2014 model the levers have changed places since Mercedes has listen to the driving public and worked on the ergonomics. The steering wheel and controls are similar to other recent Mercedes-Benz models.

The set of controls related to the suspension and traction are placed on the console and to use them it means you must stop looking at the road. The materials and finish are beautiful. In the end the Mercedes M-Class dashboard is covered with beautiful leather and wood trim. The interior is a very nice place to be.

Among the new items of equipment I find useful and curious, rare, the system cools or heats drinks that can be placed in the front cup holders. I saw this item a few years ago in a Chrysler 200 and worked well but do you really need to pay extra money for a heated or cooling cup holder?

The front seats are comfortable and can be ventilated and or heated. The headrest can zoom in or out. In the rear there is enough space for three people and place so that the middle can put your feet. The seats are multi-way adjustable. These passengers can have air conditioning controls, with temperature settings, and out-flow, heated seats and a multimedia system with two screens, a DVD player and auxiliary audio connections and video.

The rear cargo area is large and offers a lot of usable room for cargo, over 72 feet of space. On the sides of the floor there are two rails on which you can place some accessories to organize the load. There is also a double bottom with a lot of capacity (21-cm height) because the M-Class has no spare wheel. If you have air suspension, the remaining compressed air Boiler some space to be located there.

The roller tray to hide the luggage that does not move as guides for other cars, so you have to go with her hand until the end of the route to something that will not hit who would be difficult because it is far away. For the gate is an optional automatic opening and closing.

Mercedes M-Class Driving Impressions

The Mercedes-Benz M-Class has a very stable air suspension that can be adjusted. A BMW X5 has a firmer suspension and a more direct feel. In the M-Class is more isolated. The reference I have of the previous M-Class is a unit with coil springs and tires. It was much more convenient because it absorbed bumps better. In the new M-Class, and although we tested the tires was very profile (measurements were 235/65 R17), are very noticeable as irregularities. The steering is lighter and responds more quickly to driver inputs on the steering wheel.

The BlueTEC diesel is one of the cheaper costing models but if you can lease an M-Class get the highest model you can afford. I would definitely stick with the six-cylinder model with 300 HP. The automatic transmission has seven speeds (the Mercedes-Benz calls “7G Tronic Plus”) and makes the shifts between each gear very gentle and with a speed sufficient to consider normal driving but is far from that get automatic transmissions BMW and Porsche.

The four available versions of the M-Class now have a set of devices that consumption is minimized, which Mercedes-Benz grouped under the name ‘BlueEFFICIENCY’. The most important is a system of stop-start engine (“ECO start / stop”) in the arrests, including traffic lights, which works very well. Others are the electric power steering, some sheets that vary the flow of air to the radiator fan and tires with low rolling resistance.

The direction-whose assistance is electric ( image ), non-hydro-moves with little effort but I noticed that in curves, especially if you have little radio, which offers resistance to rotation (both to close more direction as to open ) varies, hardening of an artificial way has nothing to do with the tire grip. Perhaps it is something that most drivers will not notice.

The ability to provide the braking deceleration is not good. In the measurement we make from 120 km / h to stop the car has used 59.9 m, which is plenty. A Porsche Cayenne does in 52 m, a Jeep Grand Cherokee at 55.2 m and a Toyota Land Cruiser at 60.3 m.

Limit off-road, as usual, mark it tires the grip. For the headroom (I’m talking about the M-Class with air suspension, with the serial I have not driven), the gearbox and AWD system few obstacles-unless we can stop off-road-end. As there is lockable differentials before or behind the work to block the wheels do skate brakes. Sometimes, in some other road, continued use causes it to overheat and cease to be operative. This has not happened in the cars I’ve driven in the presentation and spent several hours at overcoming obstacles complicated. The unit we drove had the ability to overcome obstacles I found satisfactory. I think the gearbox is an option only suitable for anyone who intends to do very demanding terrain.

The ML350 BlueTEC and ML350 regular gas BlueEFFICIENCY versions, diesel and gasoline, respectively, are a series of steps to improve off-road response. Besides all-wheel drive (4MATIC) and traction control (ETS), common to all versions have a button “off-road” that modifies the operation of the automatic transmission, ABS and accelerator pedal. They also carry a hill start assistant and a support system to lower slopes (DSR).

With the optional ON & OFFROAD, the M-Class can overcome difficult obstacles, notably thanks to the gearbox and the additional level of height air suspension which leaves 30 mm to the ground. The display the driver receives various information useful. In point of technique is more information ON & OFFROAD Package

M-Class Engine and Suspension

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz M-Class luxury SUV has a slightly longer and wider, and lower stance. The difference in weight is not noticeable. The new model has much improved aerodynamics, with a drag coefficient 0.32 instead of 0.34. This is a good value for an SUV, the same as the Lexus RX450h and better than the BMW X5 and Porsche Cayenne. However, this ratio is unique to the version 250 BlueTEC, the rest is 0.34.