2017 Mercedes GLT Pickup Truck - Mercedes Benz Cars Review
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2017 Mercedes GLT Pickup Truck, 2017 Mercedes GLT, 2016 Renault pickup and 2016 Nissan NP300 will be set to the same body-on-frame platform. Will be produced in three factories in Nissan factory in Barcelona, Spain, Renault factory in Cordoba, Argentina, and in Nissan plant in Cuernavaca, Mexico. In the last will start production of Renault Pickup Truck models in 2016. In Argentina, the planned annual production of all three models about 70,000 copies a year. Mercedes said, in one of the statements that their first pickup to be produced in 10,000 copies a year.In order to justify in advance the possible absence from the US market, the company explained what kind of Mercedes pickup truck model in question.
2017 Mercedes GLT Pickup Truck primarily will not be work truck, unlike most pickups in the US. This market is considered to be the greatest, among other things, when it comes to this class of vehicle. The annual sales of more than 2 million pickup truck models, mainly Toyota brand. Three models with which will be in the class 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLT, are Toyota Hilux, VW Amarok, and Ford Ranger. It is more luxury lifestyle truck, not a traditional workhorse. Regardless of the cooperation with Renault-Nissan, Mercedes-Benz Truck will characterize the basic features of the design of mechanical components and features, inherent to this company.
2017 GLT Pickup Truck will be a mid-size truck with dual-cab design. Some sources suggest the possible drive. These are four-cylinder and six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. 2017 Mercedes GLT will have the option of drive to all four wheels. As part of the standard equipment will be built six-speed manual gearbox. Seventh-speed automatic transmission will also be available.Now confirmed markets in which to place the Mercedes its first pickup truck are: Europe, Australia, South Africa and Latin America.
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