Mercedes Benz has introduced a very Special Edition to the M-Class range. Available now, the generously-equipped Special Edition features high-specification parts and finishes as standard, offering a unique and exclusive M-Class to customers at an attractive price.
New 5-spoke 8.5J x 17-inch alloys, specially designed for the Special Edition, are fitted as standard. Other special appointments, which are not available on any options list, include aluminium roof rails, a silver-finished radiator grille, and the ML 55 AMG’s bonnet, which features two ‘powerdomes’ to give a sporty look. For the first time, Cubanite Silver paint is available as an exclusive finish for the M-Class Special Edition, although any of the M-Class metallic paints can be chosen at no extra cost. Tinted rear lights and chrome-trimmed door handles detail this Special Edition and add to the exclusive appeal.
Looking good on the outside, the Special Edition is lavished with high specification on the inside too. The leather steering wheel and gear selector are the starting point. Included are electronically-adjustable sports seats which are appointed with leather and Alcantara upholstery, whilst the exclusive Mercedes Benz designo personalisation range supplies light birch or black walnut to the facia trims. The instruments are detailed with white needles and chrome surrounds. To complete the look, velour floor mats are finished with a ‘Special Edition’ logo to match those on the front doors.
Although electrically-adjustable sports seats are fitted as standard on the Special Edition, the addition of the Comfort Pack at only £780, will add heated and memory-equipped seats and an automatically dimming rear view mirror to the well equipped interior. The Comfort Pack is standard on the ML 500.
The M-Class Special Edition option is available to order now across the M-Class range, from the entry-level ML 270 CDI to the awesome 440Nm of torque the ML 500 V8 supplies. The V6 ML 350 petrol completes the line up for a very Special Edition.
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