Mercedes adds 6-cylinder engine and permanent AWD option for X-Class

At the Geneva Motor Show this week, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class with a powerful six-cylinder engine and 4Matic permanent all-wheel drive celebrated its world premiere.

The X 350 d 4Matic has provisional fuel consumption figures of a combined: 31.3 mpg, and combined CO2 emissions: 237 g/km. It delivers 258 hp (190 kW) and a maximum torque of 550 newton metres.

The top model sprints from zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 7.9 seconds. The permanent all-wheel drive of the X 350 d 4Maticensures a high level of driving stability and dynamism under a wide range of conditions – including wet and wintry roads.

As standard the X 350 d 4Matic is equipped with the 7-speed automatic transmission 7G-Tronic Plus with steering wheel shift paddles and the ECO start/stop function.

The Dynamic Select transmission mode switch for individual driving pleasure is also included as standard. This top-of-the-line model will be available in Europe from mid-2018.

The performance of the X-Class is not only thrilling off-road, but also on the road. The wide track, the long wheelbase and the sophisticated design of the comfort suspension with a double wishbone front axle, the multi-link rear axle with a rigid section and coil springs at both axles ensure plenty of on-road driving pleasure and driving dynamics – with no compromises when off-road.

More details and pricing closer to the arrival of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class six-cylinder and permanent AWD options.

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