Mercedes M-class update pictures revealed
25 March 2008
Images have been released of the latest facelift for Mercedes' large off-roader, the M-class.
Alterations are largely cosmetic, both externally and internally, although the engines have also received a tweak.
Restyles have been given to both the front and rear bumpers, with the most notable change being a simplification of the front radiator grille.
Inside, Mercedes' Pre-Safe and Neck-Pro head restraint safety systems are both standard across the range, while leather now features on the steering wheel and the door panel.
Mercedes also claim fuel consumption has been reduced by "up to 1.1mpg", but doesn't state which engines see the benefit of this reduction.
At the top of the range, the ML 63 AMG has also received a minor facelift, most notably benefiting from new front and rear aprons with chrome underguards.