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Mercedes X Class Review Australia | Features, Specification, Price

Mercedes X Class Review Australia

 

German automaker Mercedes-Benz, a division of German company Daimler AG, sold the Mercedes-Benz X-Class (W470). The Mercedes X Class is basically a pickup truck. This pickup truck was unveiled in Cape Town at a world premiere in July 2017. The Mercedes X class took its essence from the Nissan Navara and then employed many Mercedes-specific features and technologies on it. The X class did not make such a sale that was expected of it. Some suggest that the reason behind the less-than-stellar sales of the Mercedes X-Class might be due to confusion. This implies that Mercedes anticipated one thing, and the market thinks the other way around. 

 

Mercedes X Class Engine:

The X class has everything very Mercedes about it, especially the engine and transmission package. The Mercedes X Class comes with a 3.5-litres of a turbo-diesel V6 engine. This engine produces 190kW of power at 3400rpm and a thumping 550 Nm of torque between 1400 and 3200rpm.

 

The Mercedes X class is a four-wheel drive and is mated with Mercedes' own seven-speed automation. A centre diff apportions power front to rear, and you choose three modes - automatic, high range, and low range.

 

Standard features:

The Mercedes Mercedes X class is equipped with many essential features.

 

Some of these features include:

✓ 19-inch alloy wheels

✓ An eight-speaker stereo

✓ Climate control

✓ Around view camera

✓ Reversing camera

✓ Keyless entry and start

✓ Front and rear parking sensors

✓ Electric front seats

✓ Sat nav

✓ Auto LED headlights

✓ Fake-leather interior

✓ Heated and folding rear vision mirrors

✓ Power windows

✓ A full-size alloy spare

 

It also incorporates an 8.0-inch screen that hosts the Mercedes COMAND system. This system is completed with a rotary dial as well as a weird scratchpad. The COMAND system is not as great as its other rivals because it doesn't have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

 

Some of the paid Mercedes X class features include the following: 

✓ Lockable roll cover for $3295

✓ The styling bar for $1551

✓ A tow bar for ($836) 

✓ Tow-bar wiring for ($462)

 

Mercedes X Class Interior:

The interior of the Mercedes X class is not as great as many would have expected. Truth be told, we did not understand how anyone can sign off on the X class’s most annoying features—Let’s begin with the front seat. The passengers of the first seat get a solitary, shallow cup holder because the second one is unusable. The big door bins could hold a bottle, but it would get smashed from sliding around because the door bin is unlined, and another unfortunate thing is that there is nowhere to put your phone. Literally, there is no place to put your phone except maybe in the glove box. The console bin in the centre is also not suitable for anything as it is also very shallow. Only the armrest is what we considered appropriate. 

 

The front upholstery for the purpose of sitting is reasonably comfortable. But coming to the rear sitting, the aroma is different. In the name of a better view, the rear sitting is way too high and is also rammed hard against the rear bulkhead. The doors at the back are also pretty narrow. If you're a large or toddler small, these narrow doors will make entry and exit a bit of a challenge. Once you get in the seats, the next problem is the legroom, as it is limited and headroom is marginal. In the rear, you do get air-conditioning vents, but the rear lacks an armrest on a nearly $80,000 ute. Even the vehicles far less than that price include one of those. Enough being said, about the flaws in the interior, let us now move on to the tray of this ute. The tray is really big, but the roller cover does get some of the space, as does all the covers on any ute. It has got an optional tray liner with  Mercedes-Benz stamped in it. It looks good and at the same time reminds you of what you have got.

 

The Dimension of the Mercedes X class are:

✓ 1581mm in length

✓ 1560mm in width  (1215mm between the wheel arches)

 

In addition to this, you can also load up a tonne of people and things into the X class ute. This ute can also tow a massive 3500 kg braked and still carry a payload of 490kg. The Gross vehicle mass is 3250kg.

 

Mercedes X Class Safety:

Based on the test conducted in 2017, the Mercedes X class scored a five-star ANCAP safety rating. It is on the safety front that Mercedes-Benz finally started to get ahead of its competitors.

 

The standard safety features on the Mercedes X Class include:

✓ Seven airbags

✓ ABS

✓ Stability and traction controls

✓ Forward collision warning

✓ Low speed forward AEB

✓ Pedestrian detection

✓ Lane-keep assist

✓ Around-view cameras

✓ Trailer-sway control

✓ Hill-descent control

 

In addition to the above-mentioned safety features, the X class also has three top-tether and two ISOFIX points.

 

What did we like in the Mercedes X class?

✓ It is a refined ute.

✓ The engine is excellent. 

✓ The sitting area is somewhat comfortable.

 

What did we not like in the Mercedes X class?

✓ It has a confusing interior design.

✓ The big flaw is it has no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

✓ It is a bit more expensive than what it offers. 

 

Final verdict: 

The reason behind the lower sales of the Mercedes X class is most probably its confusing interior. Besides the interior, the rest of the ute is somewhat reasonable. If you are looking for a ute that can carry load easily, this Mercedes X class is a good one for you. But before making such a big decision, ensure that you have got the past history of the vehicle you are planning to buy. At Quick Revs, we provide an online platform that provides the accidental theft and the other hidden past of any car in Australia. In order to get an easy-to-read document containing all the history of your vehicle at an affordable price, click here

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