Mercedes-Benz cooks up a Storm for Black Friday

Special Edition X-Class and contract hire deals for business users


Mercedes-Benz has launched a special Black Friday deal involving a special Storm Edition of its X-Class pick-up.

The truck builds on the top-spec X-Class Power specification, which includes 19-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, full infotainment system and black leather upholstery.

The Storm edition adds a tonneau cover and load bed liner, as well as front and rear mud flaps and velour floor mats.

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Steve Bridge, managing director of Mercedes-Benz Vans UK, said: “We are announcing our offers early in the run-up to Back Friday because we understand that many businesses don’t stop moving, in particular over Black Friday, so we want to give them enough notice so that they are actually able to take advantage of these offers.”

The Storm Edition makes use of Mercedes-Benz’s X250d powertrain, which produces 190hp yet can return a claimed 35.8mpg. Power is sent to all four wheels via either a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic gearbox.

Mercedes-Benz X-Class Storm Edition - rear

Black Friday contract hire offers

The Storm Edition X-Class is being advertised from £449 a month for 36 months, plus a £2,694 advance rental (both excluding VAT) on contract hire. In addition, buyers will get a two-hour off-road driving experience at one of three locations in the UK this December.

It’s joined by a special offer on the Vito Sport, which comes with a Sports Styling Pack incorporating chrome side bars and unique grey decals among other features. This is advertised from £259 per month for 48 months, plus a £3,355 advance rental (both excluding VAT).

In both cases, these offers are examples only and you can adjust the term, annual mileage, advance rental and specification to suit your requirements. The offers are available to business users only and run to the end of the year.

Stuart Masson
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Stuart founded sister site The Car Expert in 2011. Originally from Australia, Stuart has had a passion for the car industry for over thirty years. He now provides overall direction for our four automotive titles.

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