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2000 Mercedes-Benz ML320 Reviews and Owner Comments

 
2000 Mercedes-Benz ML320
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2000 Mercedes-Benz ML320 Owner Reviews (4 reviews)
  • 2000 Mercedes-Benz ML320
    Visitor, Allentown, PA, August 29, 2013 04:31
    You have no business buying a vehicle like this unless you have a lot of extr4a cash. It's a bouncy ride. The dealership is a rip off, as they all are. Parts are exorbitant. The need for hi test negates any cost-saving measures. And there are so maNY better vehicles you can get for much less money.
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  • 2000 Mercedes-Benz ML320
    Visitor, Chatsworth, CA, June 24, 2012 20:14
    This is a great car. But there is a little problem with the AC and we have to recharge it. Where is the ac gauge so i can recharge it?
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  • 2000 Mercedes-Benz ML320
    Visitor, Santa Clarita, CA, July 16, 2011 11:00
    I love my ML320! First of all the leather interior is beautiful and has held up nicely with kids and dogs :). Secondly it has never broken down on me. I have had to do some minor but expected repairs, and its been a great car. It does take synthetic oil but you only have to change the oil every 12,000 miles so it doesn't cost any more than changing a regular car every 3,000-5,000, andf it saves time since you dont have to go in so much. The most important thing though is that the weight over 6000 lbs can be a tax deduction since i use mine for work it s sweet and its strength is great in an accident my car was rear ended in a multi car accident on the 5-14 split it had only a few scrathces where as the other car (I was hit and hit a car) was crumpled. It is very safe, I LOVE IT!
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  • 2000 Mercedes-Benz ML320
    Visitor, Littleton, CO, June 26, 2011 14:24
    At 185,000 miles it's now worthless. We spent a small fortune in repairs over the lifetime - should have gone 225,000 to justify the expenses. The engine runs great but every other part seems to be broken. Given the level of care we gave to the car and the constant repairs (something like 50 repair tickets the first 100,000) it wasn't as good a value as 185,000 miles implies. However, the ML was great in the snow - especially safe going over CO mountain passes and worth the money to protect teenage drivers caught in bad conditions.
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