Mike Costello jets to Europe for a first run in the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class V6, driven by Merc's very own six-cylinder diesel engine. On first impressions then, the X350d feels more like a ‘proper’ Benz than the four-cylinder version, and does more to justify the cost of those three-pointed star badges (two at the front, one at the rear, one in the tub, one on each side step and each wheel, and one each on the steering wheel and gear shifter, in case you forget what you’ve purchased)...
Scott the difference! What sets these two related utes apart? We've Scott the answers! (Okay, we'll stop there.) We've now got a good assortment of news, reviews, comparisons and videos in the bag for the first-ever Mercedes-Benz X-Class, including a story whose toes this latest video treads on..
The king of our recent Dual-Cab Ute Mega Test takes on the newcomer, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class. Watch Trent and Paul put these two big utes through their paces.
This is the Mercedes-Benz X-Class, one of the most hyped launches this year. For some, the three-pointed star badge will be irresistible. Does it deserve the love?