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This X-Class X250 Progressive comes with the following features: Comand Online, Roof Liner in Black, On Demand AWD, Active Brake Assist, Brake System with ABS & ASR, Comfort Suspension, Leather Steering Wheel, Roof Rails, Hill Start Assist, DAB Radio with a eight speaker system, Thatcham Security Package for peace of mind, Live traffic information with three years of free map updates from date of registration, 360 Camera with Parktronic making parking easy, Comfort & Style package, Exterior Mirrors heated & electrically adjustable, Automatically dimming Interior Mirror, Thermotronic Air Conditioning, Power windows in the front & rear, 7G Automatic, Rain sensor, Front Fog Lamps, Lighting in for Front footwell, Partial LED lamps at the rear, LED High performance Headlamps, Euro 6 Engine , Cruise Control, Bluetooth, Towing Hook rear, 18 inch Alloy Wheels, Spare Wheel, I-Size Child securing system, Lumbar support for both front seats which are electrically adjustable, electric sliding window & complete with manufacturers warranty till May 2022 ! Powerful on board connectivity – every X-Class benefits from a 7" high-resolution colour screen with a touch pad, Bluetooth, DAB radio, reverse camera and pre-installation for Garmin® MAP PILOT route guidance. As an option, COMAND Online adds an 8.4-inch high-resolution display, with hard disk drive navigation, Live Traffic Information and LINGUATRONIC voice control Why Choose Marshall Truck & Van? Our attentive and professional team are on hand to welcome you and answer all your questions, arrange a test drive and are dedicated to helping you find the van the suits your needs. Every approved Used Van has been rigorously inspected by our Mercedes-Benz qualified technicians meaning you can be confident you have selected a thoroughly checked high quality van. Our four branches Andover, Fareham, Nursling and Poole are on hand for your servicing needs with our Fareham Mercedes-Benz Truck & Van Centre offering 24hour servicing whilst you
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.