Vehicle condition Accident-free
Category / Pickup
Trade, Ex- / ImportFor trade, Ex- / Import
Origin German version
Mileage 10 km
Displacement 2,298 cm³
Power 140 kW (190 hp)
7.3 l / 100km (combined) *
9.6 l / 100km (in town) *
6.9 l / 100km (extra) *
CO2 emissions 207 g / km (combined) *
Zugr.-lgd. Treibstoffart Diesel
Energy efficiency class eA etc...
Number of doors4 / 5
Pollutant class Euro6
Environmental badge: 4 (Green)
Air conditioning (climate control
Airbags (front, side and other airbags
all wheel drive
Non smoking vehicle
We’ve been waiting for Mercedes-Benz’s pick-up since it was announced in 2015, and after two concepts later, it’s finally here. The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is said to be the first pick-up truck in the premium segment (the company’s own G-Class notwithstanding), and will go on sale starting in Europe in November.
Although its ties with the Nissan NP300 Navara on which it is based is readily apparent – particularly around the centre cab section – the X-Class has enough unique design details to distinguish itself as a product of the three-pointed star. The front is pure Mercedes, with C-shaped headlights that flank a massive grille with the trademark dinner plate-sized badge.
The twin grille slats feature rectangular cutouts first seen on the facelifted GLA, while a protective bumper guard sits below it, flanked by twin fog lights. Along the sides, the arches are squared off instead of round on the Navara to give it a more macho look, and the Nissan’s prominent haunches have been softened here. The rear has been simplified with flat C-shaped tail lights being the only adornment.
Inside, the X-Class is also recognisably Mercedes, with round air vents and many elements such as the steering wheel, instrument cluster, COMAND infotainment system and light switch taken from the C-Class. However, some switchgear, like the climate, window and four-wheel drive system controls, have been lifted from the Navara, and the gearlever is also mounted on the floor instead of the steering column.