With five stars, the new X-Class has been awarded the highest possible score in the independent safety test “Euro NCAP Test”.
The Mercedes-Benz pickup impressed in the categories of occupant safety, child safety, pedestrian protection and assistance systems.
The X-Class owes this result above all to its especially sturdy body with high-strength passenger cell and a structure with front and rear ends capable of absorbing energy through selective deformation, as well as with an exceptionally large number of safety systems for the mid-size pickup segment.
The X-Class comes as standard with, for example, seven airbags and the i-Size attachment system for two child seats.
The other safety highlights include a reversing camera, Active Brake Assist, Lane Keeping Assist and Traffic Sign Assist.
Added to these are the trailer stability program, tire pressure monitoring, emergency call system, cruise control and LED headlamps. In addition, a 360-degree camera is optionally available.
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