To start with, there are the front AMG aprons to greet you as you step near the car and AMG has put in its own aluminum running boards as well as its twin oval exhaust tailpipes as well. To complete the outer look of this machine, the 21 inch alloy wheels surely give it that stability look which you will learn to appreciate once you are behind the wheel.

Priced at RM555,888, this is where it is just about RM10k more than the stock version of this car which is the ML350 sold for RM548,888. This is where the AMG Sports Edition ML350 comes powered with its 3.5 liter V6 engine giving you some 272 horses and 350Nm of torque. The torque peaks around 2,400 and gets to 5,000. The reason for aluminum material used is usually regards to weight but having said that it is still not as light as you would desire, making it pretty draggy to a certain extent. Zero to hundred takes about 8.4 seconds and where this is not as quick, acceleration might not be the main element you would be looking for here.

Under the hood, the engine roars within its 7G-Tronic system which essentially is Mercedes’ own 7 speed automatic transmission gearbox which is pretty cool considering that you can switch gears without having to sequentially go through them. paddle shifters are provided for and the car runs on AIRMATIC which is also their own suspension system allowing you to adjust your suspension settings. You also get a COMAND APS system inside which is the entertainment system here that comes with its own GPS navigation information stored within its 40GB of storage space. DVDs are no problem and you can also plug in your own USB MP3 player as well. Not bad for a big mover like this eh?

 

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