What started in 2017 (3 years ago) unfortunately stops in May of 2020. \u00a0The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is one of the luxurious pickup trucks sold by a division of German Company, Daimler AG. The pick-up was witnessed for the first time in July of 2017.\r\n\r\nIn a statement, Mercedes-Benz confirms the end of X-Class: "It has been decided that from the end of May 2020, we will no longer produce this relatively young model, In our global product portfolio, the X-Class is a niche product which plays a great role in a few markets, including Australia and South Africa.\u201d, according to a report.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nLast year, the X-Class sold only 15 300 units worldwide whereas Toyota sold 47,759 in the same period, which led to a decision to terminate the production of the X-class. It is built in the image of a Nisan Navara (Used its chassis) and Navara sold 66K units in the first half of 2019 according to a report on carmag. The Mercedes-Benz\u2019s commercial division lost \u20ac2, 4 billion (R39.6 Billion) thus their primary goal at this instance, is to recover and save costs.\r\n\r\nIn 2018, 16 700 X-Class bakkies were sold and this number declined by 1300 sales. X-Class ended without a facelift.\r\n\r\nX-Class has only launched in Australian 2 years ago and \u201cNow it has been decided that from the end of May 2020, we will no longer produce this relatively young model,\u201d reads the statement.\r\n\r\nThere isn\u2019t enough fan-base for the Mercedes pick-up trucks. The X-Class will still be available and all its demands will be met by the German company, including service and warranty services.