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Mercedes-Benz M-Class 2011

ML 350 BlueTEC

5.0

(42 trips)

Trip start

Trip end



Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers


22 MPG

Diesel

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Daniel

5.0

Daniel
All-Star Host
186 tripsJoined

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Daniel are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

Cruise around San Diego or go on a long road trip in this super Comfy Mercedes Benz, This is a Diesel ML350 so it gets great milage compared to an SUV that that takes premium. 4-matic ALL WHEEL DRIVE so you can take this up to Big Bear or pretty much anywhere you need to go with security. Just put on some new Michelin Cross Climate tires perfect for severe Snow or summer roads, and it gets over 25MPG highway and you have a cruising range of over 600 miles on a full tank which is great for road trips. Super comfy and has a great stereo system to listen to your music. The seats all fold down if you need to cary any big stuff and even with the seats up the trunk is huge. Don't need to worry about cleaning the car that's on me just bringing the tank back the same level that you got it at, or prepay and I will take care of the fuel for you. If you have any questions or concerns reach out to me and I'll try my best to accommodate. Pickup and drop off is contactless so no waiting, punch the code in the lockbox and go! Car Equipped FasTrac Transponder to drive through any tolls in California SOME FUN THINGS TO DO WHILE YOU'RE IN SAN DIEGO: Zoo or Safari Park, of course Legoland if you've got a human child Check out Fiesta Island Waterfront Park is also nice for those human children Hike Torrey Pines (the other end from the gliderport). This is my personal favorite activity for visitors. They are blown away by the views and the hike is good exercise. Actually, there are a lot of interesting and varied hikes around the county... more than you might expect for a metropolitan area this size. Just google them if want to work off that California Burrito. Bring water, Balboa park, mostly museums, fairly interesting, next to the zoo. Tour the USS Midway Museum Take a surfing lesson. Museum of Music in Carlsbad Go to La Jolla Tide Pools at low tide, then check out the Children's Pool (a cove with sea lions), then have lunch at the Taco Stand Go to a brewery. Modern Times is good. Ballast Point in Little Italy is fun. Northpark has a lot in walking distance of each other and if you are up in North County there are quite a few in Carlsbad/San Marcos/Vista. Stone has kind of jumped the shark, but their breweries have great atmosphere. Take a kayak tour of La Jolla Catch a Padres game Go to Old Town. Park at CalTrans after 5PM on weekdays. It's like Tijuana without the cartels and the kids selling Chiclets. Drive over to Coronado. It's kinda neat. There's a long bike path along the waterfront and lots of bike rental joints. Of course, the famous old wood hotel is there, eating on the beach behind it is a treat. Avoid Coronado Brewing Company, it's got the most painful brewery quality-to-crowd ratio in the county. Go to the Cabrillo National Monument on Point Loma. Tide pools, incredible views, and occasionally a weird dude dressed as a conquistador who is a bit of a close talker. Go across the border for cheap dental work and/or street tacos. Check to see if the ponies are running in Del Mar. At night there's this boat/bar that cruises around Mission Bay. Not expensive at all. Seaport Village for shopping and food and stuff. It's being renovated, but still pretty cool. Botanical Gardens in Encinitas Carlsbad Flower Fields in the Spring. I live in Carlsbad, never been. But, people seem to like it. Belmont Park - a beach boardwalky place with a rickety roller coaster. Kind of the collection point for inlanders, though. Birch Aquarium Take a tour of the Bay, there are a couple of companies that do it. Go whale watching if it's the right time of the year Mount Soledad - good views and a burr in atheists' asses. Museum of Contemporary Crap Art Rent a dockless bike and ghost ride that bad boy off the Sunset Cliffs. If the city council hasn't run them all out of town yet. Chicano park, if you are on a quest for culture that's a little different from the stereotypical San Diego scene If you eat on the balcony of Mister A's, you can watch planes on final to the airport at about your height, flying by. There is a dress code. Please note: for airport deliveries whoever is exiting with the vehicle will be responsible for the exit fee for parking at the airport on pickup. I park the vehicle in the airport very close to the trip start time so the parking cost is usually only a few dollars. If you would like the car delivered early or later please let me know ahead of time and I will try my best to accommodate. When you are returning the car after your trip please leave the ticket with the keys so I can pay to exit the parking garage as well.

Features

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

AUX input

Backup camera

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Sunroof

Extras (1)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of diesel

US$120/trip

Guidelines

Car has a diesel engine you cannot put regular gas in it or it will be damaged. Please no smoking -(No travel into Mexico) anywhere in US and Canada is fine, The LICENSE PLATE & VIN are RECORDED and FLAGGED with -USCBP- the vehicle will be stopped and held at US National border crossings you are responsible for any Turo Charges, fee's for recovery when the vehicle is detained.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(35 ratings)

Reviews

John B.

john

Daniel dropped the car off to us and we parked it in the garage for drop off. Excellent communication with him. All worked great!

Jill D.

Jill

Excellent communication. Smooth checkin and checkout process. Vehicle was clean and roomy

Megan K.

Megan

Excellent! So responsive, easy to locate the car, would recommend to everyone!

Getchel L.

Getchel

Daniel where is very nice and easy to communicate with. He was helpful when needed. I would definitely recommend renting one of his cars!

Ben H.

Ben

Very nice diesel Mercedes, did a trip from San Diego to Joshua Tree and another to Indian Wells. The car ate up the miles easily, excellent sports style seats.

Pickup at car location

El Cajon, CA 92019
Free

Pickup locations

San Diego International Airport
US$60.00
Santa Fe Depot
US$60.00
Singing Hills Mobile Estates
US$40.00

Bring the car to me

Up to 25 miles
US$90

Free delivery to select locations for trips of 2 weeks or longer


Cancellation policy
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Mercedes-Benz M-Class 2011

ML 350 BlueTEC

5.0

(42 trips)

22 MPG

Diesel

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Daniel

5.0

Daniel
All-Star Host
186 tripsJoined

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Daniel are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

Cruise around San Diego or go on a long road trip in this super Comfy Mercedes Benz, This is a Diesel ML350 so it gets great milage compared to an SUV that that takes premium. 4-matic ALL WHEEL DRIVE so you can take this up to Big Bear or pretty much anywhere you need to go with security. Just put on some new Michelin Cross Climate tires perfect for severe Snow or summer roads, and it gets over 25MPG highway and you have a cruising range of over 600 miles on a full tank which is great for road trips. Super comfy and has a great stereo system to listen to your music. The seats all fold down if you need to cary any big stuff and even with the seats up the trunk is huge. Don't need to worry about cleaning the car that's on me just bringing the tank back the same level that you got it at, or prepay and I will take care of the fuel for you. If you have any questions or concerns reach out to me and I'll try my best to accommodate. Pickup and drop off is contactless so no waiting, punch the code in the lockbox and go! Car Equipped FasTrac Transponder to drive through any tolls in California SOME FUN THINGS TO DO WHILE YOU'RE IN SAN DIEGO: Zoo or Safari Park, of course Legoland if you've got a human child Check out Fiesta Island Waterfront Park is also nice for those human children Hike Torrey Pines (the other end from the gliderport). This is my personal favorite activity for visitors. They are blown away by the views and the hike is good exercise. Actually, there are a lot of interesting and varied hikes around the county... more than you might expect for a metropolitan area this size. Just google them if want to work off that California Burrito. Bring water, Balboa park, mostly museums, fairly interesting, next to the zoo. Tour the USS Midway Museum Take a surfing lesson. Museum of Music in Carlsbad Go to La Jolla Tide Pools at low tide, then check out the Children's Pool (a cove with sea lions), then have lunch at the Taco Stand Go to a brewery. Modern Times is good. Ballast Point in Little Italy is fun. Northpark has a lot in walking distance of each other and if you are up in North County there are quite a few in Carlsbad/San Marcos/Vista. Stone has kind of jumped the shark, but their breweries have great atmosphere. Take a kayak tour of La Jolla Catch a Padres game Go to Old Town. Park at CalTrans after 5PM on weekdays. It's like Tijuana without the cartels and the kids selling Chiclets. Drive over to Coronado. It's kinda neat. There's a long bike path along the waterfront and lots of bike rental joints. Of course, the famous old wood hotel is there, eating on the beach behind it is a treat. Avoid Coronado Brewing Company, it's got the most painful brewery quality-to-crowd ratio in the county. Go to the Cabrillo National Monument on Point Loma. Tide pools, incredible views, and occasionally a weird dude dressed as a conquistador who is a bit of a close talker. Go across the border for cheap dental work and/or street tacos. Check to see if the ponies are running in Del Mar. At night there's this boat/bar that cruises around Mission Bay. Not expensive at all. Seaport Village for shopping and food and stuff. It's being renovated, but still pretty cool. Botanical Gardens in Encinitas Carlsbad Flower Fields in the Spring. I live in Carlsbad, never been. But, people seem to like it. Belmont Park - a beach boardwalky place with a rickety roller coaster. Kind of the collection point for inlanders, though. Birch Aquarium Take a tour of the Bay, there are a couple of companies that do it. Go whale watching if it's the right time of the year Mount Soledad - good views and a burr in atheists' asses. Museum of Contemporary Crap Art Rent a dockless bike and ghost ride that bad boy off the Sunset Cliffs. If the city council hasn't run them all out of town yet. Chicano park, if you are on a quest for culture that's a little different from the stereotypical San Diego scene If you eat on the balcony of Mister A's, you can watch planes on final to the airport at about your height, flying by. There is a dress code. Please note: for airport deliveries whoever is exiting with the vehicle will be responsible for the exit fee for parking at the airport on pickup. I park the vehicle in the airport very close to the trip start time so the parking cost is usually only a few dollars. If you would like the car delivered early or later please let me know ahead of time and I will try my best to accommodate. When you are returning the car after your trip please leave the ticket with the keys so I can pay to exit the parking garage as well.

Features

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

AUX input

Backup camera

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Sunroof

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of diesel

US$120/trip

Guidelines

Car has a diesel engine you cannot put regular gas in it or it will be damaged. Please no smoking -(No travel into Mexico) anywhere in US and Canada is fine, The LICENSE PLATE & VIN are RECORDED and FLAGGED with -USCBP- the vehicle will be stopped and held at US National border crossings you are responsible for any Turo Charges, fee's for recovery when the vehicle is detained.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(35 ratings)

Reviews

John B.

john

Daniel dropped the car off to us and we parked it in the garage for drop off. Excellent communication with him. All worked great!

Jill D.

Jill

Excellent communication. Smooth checkin and checkout process. Vehicle was clean and roomy

Megan K.

Megan

Excellent! So responsive, easy to locate the car, would recommend to everyone!

Getchel L.

Getchel

Daniel where is very nice and easy to communicate with. He was helpful when needed. I would definitely recommend renting one of his cars!

Ben H.

Ben

Very nice diesel Mercedes, did a trip from San Diego to Joshua Tree and another to Indian Wells. The car ate up the miles easily, excellent sports style seats.


Trip start

Trip end


Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers



Cancellation policy

Pickup at car location

El Cajon, CA 92019
Free

Pickup locations

San Diego International Airport
US$60.00
Santa Fe Depot
US$60.00
Singing Hills Mobile Estates
US$40.00

Bring the car to me

Up to 25 miles
US$90

Free delivery to select locations for trips of 2 weeks or longer

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