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Mercedes class X, the future pick-up, will not come to the U.S.

Mercedes Clase X Concept Stylish Explorer

After some other teaser, the German firm’s three-pointed star was unveiled, at the end of October, a great revelation. We refer to the Mercedes class X concept, which appeared in a presentation in style with two different versions, one more technological with more urban focus (Stylish Explorer) and other totally offroad but also very got (Powerful Adventurer).

This model that, indeed, will be produced partially in our country, takes the base of them Nissan Navara and Renault Alaskan by his Alliance for certain products with the brands Japanese and French, although as is appreciates in them images apparently them qualities and design are very improved. Only available with cab and length body close to the 5.3 meters, seems that its dimensions are not the large enough to reach the market in the United States.

Mercedes Clase X Concept Powerful Adventurer

Even the version (or versions) not been known late, just the concept, but they should not take too much in revealing the production models. In any case and as allegedly said Dieter Zetsche, the Daimler boss, to our colleagues from Autoblog, from three-star brand tips practically rule out the arrival of this model to the U.S. market, and it is that that market demand larger trucks.

Dieter Zetsche stated specifically that “If there is an opportunity for this product in the United States, of course we go by it“. Also commented that not looked to the market us as a market relevant or appropriate for this vehicle because there a pick-up premium is a pick-up of large dimensions. The final model resulting from the Mercedes class X Concept, in theory, will be available in Europe, Australia, Latin America and South Africa. We will see what this result gives this high-end truck in those markets.


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