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First generation (W163: 1997–2005) [ edit ]


2.3 L M111.970 I4 (petrol)

2.7 L OM612 I5 ( t/c diesel) ( ディーゼルエンジンを動力とする,ディーゼルエンジン(用)の)

3.2 L M112 E32 V6 (petrol)

3.7 L M112 E37 V6 (petrol)

4,614 lb (2,093 kg)

In 1990, Mercedes-Benz proposed a plan to replace the G-Class, which at the time had been in production for 11 years. A joint agreement with Mitsubishi Motors to develop and produce a sports-utility vehicle was made in early 1991 and was confirmed publicly that June. Plans were made to base it off the Montero/Pajero platform, with one of them being badged as a Mercedes-Benz and the other a Mitsubishi.

In May 1992, these plans were abandoned citing technical problems and Mercedes-Benz continued on with in-house development from January 1993. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] In March 1993, a search for a location to build a U.S. manufacturing plant began. By September 1993, a location in the state of Alabama was chosen and construction started in 1994. While plans were being made overseas, in Germany development continued.

Design work took place from late 1992 to 1994. A design from Mercedes’ Sindelfingen studio was chosen in 1993 and approved by the executive board in February 1994. The design patents were filed in Germany on July 13, 1994, and in the U.S. on January 13, 1995. Prototype testing started with test mules (【動物】ラバ,頑固者,雑種の動植物,つっかけ,スリッパ,強情者) and crash tests using mock-ups in May 1994. First functional prototype’s (プロトタイプ,原型,手本,試作,模範,技術モデル,試作品) crash test took place in February 1995, with full testing run from March 1995 to December 1996 in various climates and regions of the world.

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Pilot production began in May 1996. In July 1996, construction on the Mercedes-Benz U.S. International plant concluded, with the very first production M-class rolling off the assembly line the week of February 9, 1997. [ 3 ]

Mercedes-Benz launched the first generation W163 series M-Class on February 19, 1997, in the United States for the 1998 model year, with sales beginning that September. It is a mid-sized body-on-frame SUV with seating for five, or seven with an optional third-row seat. The M-Class was the first luxury SUV to feature electronic stability control. a system designed to detect loss of control and instantaneously intervene with selective braking to bring the vehicle back on its intended course.

Furthermore, the M-Class boasted front- and side-impact airbags with advanced occupant detection (看破,探知,発見,発覚,検出) for the front passenger seat, which, helped earn the W163 the highest marks in insurance industry crash tests.

The Mercedes-Benz M-Class (W163) was available with permanent 4Matic four-wheel drive, which routed torque (トルク(貴金属の針金をねじって作った首飾り・首輪・腕輪),回転モーメント) to all four wheels through all open front, center, and rear differentials (差別的な,差,差異的な). [ 4 ] The system used a two-speed dual (【文法】双数の,二者の,二重の,二つの部分から成る) range BorgWarner 4409 transfer case with reduction gearing, and Mercedes’ new Four-wheel Electronic Traction System (4-ETS). 4-ETS simulated (擬態する,のふりをする,をまねる) three differential (差別的な,差,差異的な) locks on all three open differentials, (差別的な,差,差異的な) via aggressively ((No gloss)) braking one or more spinning wheels. [ 4 ]

Four-wheel Electronic Traction System was said to perform excellent for snow and heavy off road use.

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MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed
MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class Estate E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid G-Tronic Plus Automatic 7-speed

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