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MERCEDES BENZ X-Class   2017 2020
2017 2020

After an agreement deal made with the Renault-Nissan Alliance, Mercedes-Benz tried the pickup market with its own version of the European Nissan Navara.
That was the X-Class.

On the outside, the general look was just like a Mercedes-Benz, with the proper front grille and the three-pointed-star on it. Viewed from the side, the body shape looked very similar to the Nissan Navara. The doors and the bed were the same.

Inside the cabin, there were more differences. The X-Class kept most of a Mercedes-Benz inside features, including the COMMAND infotainment system and the 7” screen, with the regular controls for it located between the front seats, on the center console. An option for an 8.4” screen as the one in the V-Class was offered. The instrument cluster was clearly from a Mercedes-Benz, but some of the buttons, such as those for the climate control or the traction system, were straight from a Navara. The X-Class came in three trim levels and, while the base (Pure) model featured black plastic bumpers and 17” steel wheels, the top model (Power) was better equipped with 18” light-alloy wheels and an option for 19”.

The X-Class was offered with either a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. That was offered by the Mercedes-Benz, as part of the deal. The man advantage of the X-Class over other pickups from the market was the rear coil-spring suspension, that made the car more comfortable despite the rear axle.

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