Mercedes-Benz has been a leader in luxury cars and SUVs for years, but do they make pickup trucks? The answer is both yes and no.
Mercedes-Benz does not currently manufacture its own pickup truck, but it does have a couple of models that could be considered pickups.
The first is the Mercedes-Benz X-Class. This model was introduced in 2017 as a collaboration between Mercedes-Benz and Nissan.
It is based on the Nissan Navara and features a range of luxury features including leather upholstery, navigation, rearview camera, air suspension, parking sensors and more. The X-Class is offered in two variants—the X220d and X250d—which are powered by 2.2L or 2.5L turbodiesel engines respectively.
The second model that could be considered a pickup truck is the Mercedes-Benz GLT. This model was introduced in 2018 as a collaboration between Mercedes-Benz and Renault Trucks.
It is based on the Renault Master van and features similar luxury features to the X-Class including leather upholstery, air suspension, parking sensors and more. The GLT is powered by either a 2.3L or 3.0L turbodiesel engine.
So while Mercedes-Benz does not currently manufacture its own pickup truck, it does offer two models that could be considered pickups—the X-Class and GLT. Both models feature luxury features as well as powerful diesel engines to ensure they can handle whatever tasks they may encounter.
Do Mercedes-Benz Make a Pickup Truck?: Yes, Mercedes Benz offers two vehicles that can be classified as pickups – the X Class and GLT – both of which are equipped with luxurious features and powerful diesel engines.