2020 Mercedes X-Class: News, Design, Options, Release

2020 Mercedes X-Class

Mercedes joined the growing premium pickup market with its X-class model in late 2017 for the 2018 model year and buyers have now the mid-size truck with the Mercedes’ sense for the luxury and ride comfort. Limited to the four-cab only, this truck provides high-quality interior and expensive options while improves also the ride comfort…

2019 Mercedes X-Class Pickup Truck: Changes, Specs

2019 Mercedes X-Class Pickup Truck

The Mercedes X-Class is brand’s push to the lucrative one-ton pickup truck segment and this model debuted in July 2017 as the 2018 model. The model competes with likes of the Ford Ranger, VW Amarok, Toyota Hilux, Mitsubishi L200 and sister model Nissan Navara. For the first model year the model offers two diesel options and with upgraded chassis and suspension of the global Navara, the X-Class delivers great ride comfort. The model also boasts strong off-road ability and class-leading technology.

The current X-Class truck uses Nissan’s turbo-diesel four engines but the 2019 Mercedes X-Class Pickup Truck should bring a new X350d version and Mercedes-built V-6 turbodiesel engine combined with the 7-speed automatic transmission. That will be the most notable upgrade for the 2019 version while other changes will be equipment related.

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2019 Mercedes-Benz GLT: Design, Features, Release

2019 Mercedes-Benz GLT

Many car manufactures have begun to show their interest for the pickup trucks and we have witnessed several new models and hints that new versions will come in the near future. That isn’t something unexpected considering growing popularity of these vehicles and their potential profitability. But it certainly sounds especially interesting when the name of the Mercedes is involved in this kind of project. For several years now hints about Mercedes’ first pickup truck circulating around.

Now after some people from the Mercedes have hinted some details everything looks more serious. It has been said that the first pickup from this brand will probably use the GLT name and it won’t be full-size version which goes on the models like top-selling Ford F-150, Ram 1500, Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra. Instead this model will likely be designed as mid-size version and it is actually a question would it be available in the US.  Mercedes will probably be more oriented on the markets like Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. What is also interesting, this undertaking will be joint venture with Nissan and many vital components will be sourced from the Nissan Navara but Mercedes will do all job in exterior and interior of this model. The new 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLT will also offer wide range of different powertrains and great driving quality.

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