Mercedes has introduced a new special version of its X-Class called the Element Edition.
The limited-run model is based on the entry-level Progressive trim and utilises a 187bhp 2.3-litre diesel engine – branded as the X 250d 4Matic.
On top of the Progressive equipment level, the Element comes with a black roof liner and the Comfort Pack, which offers Artico leather upholstery and a Style Pack. The latter package brings 19-inch alloy wheels, the full set of LED lighting, running boards and roof rails.
The key difference for many will be the special edition livery, alongside the option of white, silver and black paint finishes.
The X-Class is already a well-equipped model, with autonomous emergency braking, a reversing camera and traffic sign recognition all included as standard.See Available Mercedes-Benz deals
Mercedes’s latest special edition follows on from the X-Class Storm edition, revealed last November, which built on the spec of the range-topping Power trim level, and also came with special graphics helping to distinguish it from the standard pick-up.
The new limited edition pick-up is available to order now for business users, priced from £459 per month plus advanced rental on contract hire.
The X-Class sits in Mercedes’s commercial vehicle range alongside the Citan, Vito and Sprinter vans.
For buyers wanting more power from their X-Class, a 255bhp 3.0-litre V6 diesel unit is also offered, although it’s unfortunately not offered on the Element Edition.