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The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is Here!

The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is Here!

Behold the most talked-about bakkie on the planet. The international reveal of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class happened in Cape Town this week.

Behind the wheel of this super-bakkie, you can expect modern design and uncompromising robustness. Couple that with impressive off-road capability, superb driving dynamics and high levels of comfort and you've got the ultimate contemporary toughie. 

Take a look:

The Mercedes-Benz X-Class, first of a new kind.

The front has the masterful looks of one of the brand's typical SUVs – with the centrally positioned star, twin-louvre radiator grille, high and powerfully honed bonnet and the headlamps extending far into the wings. 

Expect the same luxurious interior and centre console which Mercedes-Benz is renowned for.

The X-Class has a towing capacity of up to 3.5 tonnes...

...and has a payload of up to 1.1 tonnes.

The X-Class can tackle any terrain. 

The distinctive X-Class is available in three model variants:

  • The X-Class PURE basic variant is the ultimate rugged, functional workhorse. But there is no compromise when it comes to comfort and design.
  • The X-Class PROGRESSIVE is for those seeking a rugged pick-up with extra styling and comfort functions – a prestigious vehicle for private and business use
  • The X-Class POWER will appeal to those who demand the ultimate in style, performance and comfort. It's ideal for your daily urban commute plus adventures off the beaten track. 

Want to own one? The Mercedes-Benz X-Class will be available in South Africa in April 2018. Click here to be the first to know about the local launch date.   

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