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Mercedes-Benz X-Class is now available in Romania

After its international launch, announced in July, the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class is now available in Romania. The first pickup from the largest premium auto manufacturer worldwide is available locally at prices starting from 29,856 Euro (VAT not included).

2017-12-12 12:30:20

"The new Mercedes-Benz X-Class launch marks several international premieres, both within the global auto industry, as well as for Mercedes-Benz - not only is the X-Class the first pickup launched globally by a premium auto manufacturer, but it also becomes the first mid-size pickup with intelligent connectivity systems and options," said Rolf Rosendaal, Managing Director Vans, Mercedes-Benz Romania.

The new Mercedes-Benz X-Class is available locally in three model variants (Pure, Progressive and Power), with rear or all-wheel drive, powerful and efficient four-cylinder engines ensuring a high torque, and with both manual and automatic transmissions.

Moreover, there are six seat covers including two leather variants with contrasting topstitching, two colours for the roof lining, and a wide array of Mercedes-Benz accessories.



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