Mercedes-Benz R350

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Vehicle Detail

Car Details
Status RECOND
Reg.No UNREGISTERED
Make MERCEDES-BENZ
Model/Year R350/2006/BLACK
Type MPV
Engine CC 3500 CC
Engine Type -
Transmission AT & MANUAL
No.Doors/No.Seats 4 doors/7 Seats

 

Specification/Acessories
Power Steering
YES
Power Window
YES
Sunroof
YES
Leather Seat
YES
Electric Seat
YES
Memory Seat
YES
Dohc Engine/Turbo
NO
Auto Cruise
NO
Front/Reverse Sensor
NO
Suspension-AMG YES
Alarm System
NO
Central Locking
YES
ABS
YES
Airbags
YES
Sport Rims
YES
Bodykit
NO
Tiptronic/Steptronic Gear
YES
TV Navigator
NO
CD Player/Cassete
YES
Multi Function Steering
NO
Reverse Camera
NO
Low Mileage
YES

SUV. Designed as a luxurious minivan alternative, the six- or seven-seat hauler has never enjoyed much success. Many reviewers attribute that to its steep price and its decidedly minivan-like styling, which some call disproportionate. For 2011, Mercedes-Benz has attempted to increase the R-Class’ appeal by giving it a complete style overhaul. The redesigned SUV has a completely new front end, revised taillights and headlights, and an updated bumper.

Aside from the exterior changes, the R-Class is essentially the same car as last year’s model — with the exception of a new beige-on-brown color scheme option, a 3D instrument cluster display and an integrated compass for the rearview mirror. The R-Class continues to offer a super-luxurious, super-comfortable cabin and a comfort-oriented ride.

“Against luxury seven-passenger SUV-like crossovers, the R-class looks good on paper with plenty of interior space and impressive (diesel) fuel economy,” says Car and Driver. “But even with the improved styling, the R-class looks dowdy to minivan-fearing Americans. If you can get over appearances and have a thick wallet, then the R-class stands up well.”

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