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|08-22-2019 06:50 PM|
In a way it doesn't make sense for the business model of brands that aren't American.
Most of them don't sell anything close to a pickup.
Selling a pickup would then result in investing more than they should.
|08-08-2019 01:19 PM|
|08-07-2019 07:55 PM|
Originally Posted by mmkay View Post
|08-04-2019 11:03 AM|
|07-29-2019 07:03 PM|
|benzventure||If the X-Class finds its way to the U.S., would anyone want to see Hennessey Performance get their hands on one? I'm a big fan of what they're doing so far in case you're wondering.|
|07-15-2019 04:21 PM|
It would be a completely different issue if Mercedes had one of its sedans or SUVs share the same platform with a Nissan or another carmaker.
|07-02-2019 05:21 AM|
Its hard to say really.
Worst case scenario is Merc develops a pickup that sits above the X-Class, something rugged like an F-150 but built from the ground up as true Mercedes.
|06-28-2019 05:24 PM|
Originally Posted by ETC View Post
|06-26-2019 07:07 PM|
|ETC||I just think no one will get past the fact it isn't a pure Mercedes product thus less motivation to spend on Brabus upgrades which is a bit commitment, they don't come cheap.|
|06-07-2019 04:04 PM|
|benzventure||You MIGHT be right but its tough to say how Mercedes will proceed. They never sold a pickup like this so for all we know it could even leave production earlier than planned!|
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