Mercedes-Benz’s X-Class is the first vehicle from a luxury automaker to push into the increasingly popular dual-cab utility segment, and though there's a the three-pointed star on the front, Benz's ute is designed to be a work-ready device rather than something you’d drive to the opera.
Based on the Nissan Navara but more than just a lazy re-skin, the X250d Power we’ve got here is an upper-spec version of the four-cylinder X-Class range that provides a little more luxe while retaining plenty of tradie appeal. Scroll through the gallery above to learn more.
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