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Mercedes Mercedes > X-Class WLTP, MPG, Fuel consumption

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Mercedes X-Class 220 d (163 hp)
2017-2019 Euro 6
7.0 lt/100km
(40 MPG)


10.2 lt/100km
(28 MPG)
Mercedes X-Class 220 d 4MATIC (163 hp)
2017-2019 AWD Euro 6
7.0 lt/100km
(40 MPG)


10.5 lt/100km
(27 MPG)
Mercedes X-Class 250 d (190 hp)
2017-2019 Euro 6
7.0 lt/100km
(40 MPG)


10.2 lt/100km
(28 MPG)
Mercedes X-Class 250 d 4MATIC (190 hp)
2017-2019 AWD Euro 6
7.0 lt/100km
(40 MPG)


10.5 lt/100km
(27 MPG)
Mercedes X-Class 250 d 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC (190 hp)
2017-2019 AWD Automatic Euro 6
7.0 lt/100km
(40 MPG)


10.6 lt/100km
(27 MPG)
Mercedes X-Class 250 d 7G-TRONIC (190 hp)
2017-2019 Automatic Euro 6
7.0 lt/100km
(40 MPG)


10.3 lt/100km
(27 MPG)
Mercedes X-Class 350 d 4MATIC 7G-TRONIC (258 hp)
2018-2019 AWD Automatic Euro 6
8.0 lt/100km
(35 MPG)


11.8 lt/100km
(24 MPG)

Mercedes X-Class Review

Mercedes-Benz X-Class is a Mid-Size Luxury Pick-Up Truck, which was started to be produced by German automobile manufacturer Daimler AG in 2017 under the Mercedes-Benz brand and discontinued in 2020 due to low sales figures. The car is built on Nissan F Platform and uses the same infrastructure as the Nissan Navara. The production of the vehicle continued at Nissan facilities in Barcelona, ​​Spain between 2017-2020. Before the vehicle started the production phase, the main purpose in the mind of the Mercedes-Benz brand was to make the X-Class the world's first high-end pick-up. However, the importance of such demand in the market has become a matter of serious debate. The fact that Pick-Up is a segment that gives importance to convenience rather than luxury affected the number of sales of the car. As a result, production of the car was terminated in 2020. Although the design of the vehicle received positive reviews, its cost and practicality confused the customers.

 

Mercedes-Benz X-Class Technical Specifications and Fuel Consumption

The technical specifications and fuel consumption of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class are our focus in this section. In this regard, we need to talk about details such as the engine options and fuel consumption of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class. However, while talking about these details, we limit the engine options under two categories in order not to bore you. These categories are; The Best Fuel-Economy and Most Popular engine options. Mercedes-Benz X-Class has three standard engine options such as X220d, X250d and X350d. First of all, we can say that in terms of fuel consumption efficiency best engine option is X250d. It is a four-cylindered engine with a 2298 cm3 size. It is a diesel type engine. It can produce 190 horsepower and 3750 RPM torque. According to the official factory data, X250d has got a 7,0lt/100km (which refers to 40 MPG in the UK) fuel consumption in Urban usage. However, this mpg rate decreasing to 6,0lt/100km (which refers to 47 MPG in the UK) in Extra Urban usage such as Highways or Long-Distance Trip. When we combine these mpg data, we get a 7,0lt/100km (which refers to 40 MPG in the UK) average mpg performance. Now let's focus on the X350d, the most popular engine. It has got a four cylindered engine structure with a 2987 cm3 size. It is a Diesel Type Engine which produces 258 Horsepower and 3750 RPM Torque. X350d has got a 10,0lt/100km (which refers to 28 MPG in the UK) mpg performance in Urban usage. On the other hand, this MPG data decreasing to 8,0lt/100km (which refers to 35 MPG in the UK) in Extra Urban usage. When we gather these two fuel consumption data, we get an 8,0lt/100km (which refers to 35 MPG in the UK) average fuel consumption data.