Focusing on stripped-down utility for the workers of the world, the Metris Worker puts a Benz on your driveway for less than $30,000.
If you want a Mercedes on the cheap, today's your day. Maybe.
The Metris Worker places a focus on affordability and capability.
In Cargo trim, it's available only in white, with a bare metal floor and the bare minimum of technological doodaddery.
Opt for the seven-seat Passenger Worker, and you get access to two more paint colors -- silver and black. How wild!
It's powered by a 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, putting out 208 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.
It's the same engine that's in Infiniti's new QX30 crossover.
It's rocking a best-in-class payload rating of more than 2,500 pounds and a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.
Interior cargo volume measures 186 cubic feet, and the rear doors still feature 180-degree hinges.
At $25,995, it's far cheaper than the least expensive Mercedes sedan on sale, the CLA-Class.
The Metris Worker goes on sale later this year.