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QUALITY | 9 out of 10
interior design and quality may be its most outstanding feature
Cabin noise is thoroughly subdued
Fit and finish was excellent
In overall size and room, the 2010 ML-Class is more than competitive with the likes of the X5, Cayenne, and FX.
All versions of the 2010 ML-Class share a common five-seat cabin layout-and standard vinyl seating, a noticeable dent in its equipment list, in our opinion. The front and backseats have good headroom. There's plenty of adult-sized space even in back, though a third person wedged in the middle might have good reason to complain about the lack of shoulder room.
There is no third-row seat option; that's the job of the larger GL-Class ute or the hefty-looking R-Class crossover, which also shares its architecture and assembly line with the ML-Class. With the rear seats folded down, cargo volume is 72.4 cubic feet; it's 29.4 cubic feet with the seats upright.
The 2010 Mercedes-Benz M-Class matches ample five-seat room with a refined, quiet cabin.