Mercedes-Benz Edition 1 X 350d 4MATIC Is For The Well-Off Tradesman

Mercedes-Benz has just unveiled the Edition 1 X 350d 4MATIC that will be introduced in the Australian market in July.

The new model follow’s after the ‘regular’ X 350d 4MATIC’s local launch in December last year. Differentiating the Edition 1 model from the various other X-Class models are a number of distinctive features and accessories.

Kicking off the alterations enjoyed by the Edition 1 are three available colors; kabara black, bering white, and rock grey. No matter which paint scheme customers go for, the car will include a black grille, black Three-Pointed Star badges, and black across the door handles, rear tailgate handle, exterior badges, roof rails, and beltline trim. Additionally, all X-Class Edition 1 models come with black 19-inch six-twin spoke alloy wheels.

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The luxurious pickup truck also receives a bedliner and hard tonneau cover in the same finish as the exterior.

As for the cabin, Mercedes-Benz has outfitted the Edition 1 with unique floor mats, a chrome Edition 1 badge on the passenger side dash, leather heated seats as standard, an electric rear windowpane, and rear privacy glass.

Powering the Edition 1 is the same powertrain as the normal X 350d 4MATIC, namely a 3.0-liter six-cylinder diesel engine 254 hp 550 Nm (405 lb-ft) of torque that sends power to a 4MATIC permanent all-wheel drive system with a low range reduction gear.

Local pricing starts at $87,500 ($61,127) before on-road costs. It remains to be seen if any markets other than Australia will receive the model.

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  • Mr_Fanta_Pants

    This thing is a complete failure. It has sold on average 175 per month in Australia this year. Just can it already.

    • Javokhir_Sam

      Coz rear section of the car is not torsionally stiff enough. Watch GT episode featuring this vs Amarok and Ranger.

      • Matt

        That’s not the reason it’s not selling…

  • TheBelltower

    Automakers have gone overboard with the “launch editions.” It’s like the 2019 version of the Cutlass Supreme “Limited.” Who TF cares?

    • europeon

      The industry ruined the concept of “special edition” cars in general.
      From Dacia to Ferrari, everyone is doing it and it means nothing anymore.

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