Mercedes X-Class review

Category: Pick-up

Section: Introduction

Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 front tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 front tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 rear tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 RHD dashboard
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 rear seats
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 infotainment
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 right forward tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 rear right hand tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 front static
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 wide rear slow tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 dashboard
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 RHD dashboard wide
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 RHD front seats
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 RHD control details
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 load bed open
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 badge detail
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 front tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 rear tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 RHD dashboard
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 rear seats
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 infotainment
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 right forward tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 rear right hand tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 front static
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 wide rear slow tracking
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 dashboard
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 RHD dashboard wide
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 RHD front seats
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 RHD control details
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 load bed open
  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class 2019 badge detail
What Car?’s X-Class deals

Introduction

What Car? says...

Pick-up trucks are going through something of a transition. While they were once the preserve of building sites and farmyards, many are now also being used as large SUVs by families. It should come as no surprise then, to find a premium manufacturer looking to muscle in. Enter stage right the Mercedes X-Class.

While a three-pointed star might seem odd on the front of a pickup, remember that Mercedes builds a huge range of trucks and vans, too. What’s more, it's no secret that, because pick-ups are classed as light commercial vehicles, they don't attract the same rate of tax as a normal car if driven as a company vehicle. Combined with ever improving levels of refinement, pickups are becoming more and more popular as company cars and even with private buyers.