Jan 24

Mercedes X-Class (2018) Luxury Pickup Truck

New 2018 Mercedes-Benz X-Class unites the typical traits of a pickup – robustness, functionality, strength and off-road capabilities – with the classical characteristics of a real Mercedes – design, comfort, driving dynamics and safety.

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With the centrally positioned star, twin-louvre radiator grille, powerfully honed bonnet and headlamps extending far into the wings, the X-Class seamlessly fits in to the Mercedes-Benz portfolio.

Three trim parts for the cockpit, six seat covers including two leather variants with contrasting topstitching, and two colours for the roof lining provide the widest choice of materials and colours in this vehicle segment.

The PURE basic variant for classic robust use, PROGRESSIVE for higher requirements in terms of quality feel and comfort, and POWER as the high-end variant for urban lifestyles.

A top-of-the-range V6 diesel with 258 horsepower will be released mid-2018 occupying a leading position in the mid-size pickup segment. The market launch will start with the diesel X 220 d (163 hp) and X 250 d (190 hp) as well as a petrol engine (165 hp) in selected markets.

As from its market launch, customers can add a styling bar, side bar, canopy, various covers as well as numerous cargo and off-road solutions – all developed and designed by Mercedes.

Thanks to the wide track, the spring and damping system tuned for the comfort typical of a Mercedes, and the coil springs as well as internally vented disc brakes on the front and rear, the X-Class is the first pickup that offers not just excellent off-road but also superb on-road performance.

The engageable 4MATIC all-wheel drive with low-range gearing and optional differential lock on the rear axle masters any terrain. From the middle of next year a permanent all-wheel drive will be available.

Like all Mercedes-Benz vehicles, the X-Class stands out for its exemplary passive and active safety equipment. This includes Active Brake Assist, Lane Keeping Assist and Traffic Sign Assist, among others.

Thanks to Mercedes me connect, X-Class customers are connected to their vehicle via smartphone at all times and can call up useful information such as the location of the vehicle or the fuel level, and navigate from door to door.

The X-Class is available in Germany from €37,294 (incl. 19 percent VAT). Market launch begins in November 2017 in Europe. South Africa and Australia will follow at the beginning of 2018, as well as Argentina and Brazil at the beginning of 2019.


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  1. sesay mohamed

    this is my first time,to see Benz pick up.

  2. TheCamaro5

    A joke compared to the 2019 ram,Chevy,Ford. Interior looks so plain.

  3. Daniel Siddiqui

    sA! So lovely beautifull engineering. Perfect 10.

  4. Tony Scorea

    Ugly like hell leave there for the Nissan Suzuki or the other kind of cars but messages keep it classy please

  5. Sky Steppes

    Mercedes design department needs some serious help. Their market research needs help as well.

  6. frios011

    That is the most boring even ugliest styling I have seen on any truck! Doesn't even come with a sunroof!! I'd rather have the Nissan Frontier which this truck shares the underpinnings with. With the extra money I'd buy a Polaris Razor!!!

  7. Anthony Goalsetter

    Other than having a Mercedes emblem, is there anything special about this truck?

  8. Juank Madruñero

    El prototipo presentado a finales del 2016 estaba más bonita, robusta.. No se, algo que la d ora parecería que le falta.. En mi humilde opinión..

  9. VNCTH

    If anything people are going to use it as a shopping vehicle just like how the g wagen is not being used as going off road by many

  10. Dib Christensen

    ok lets be real here, no one is gonna use that for hauling things around…

  11. Gus Galicia

    Frontier con disfraz de Mercedes Benz?

  12. Jingle Camba

    Chevy S10 is better than Mercedes x class

  13. Nexus4 Ever

    Nissan will jack up their parts to Carter Mercedes. Those aftermarket suspensions kits will cost a bomb now. Thanks to Mercedes.

  14. Carlo Gigante

    That s what happens when you try to appeal at the us pick up market but you still want to be able to sell it in europe. You disappoint both 😂😂😂

  15. Sameera Khan


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