The modelRead full review
The EQA’s biggest strength is undoubtedly its interior. Along with the bigger EQC, there are few electric cars that come close to offering a similar blend of visual pizzazz, first-rate technology and impressive build quality, regardless of your budget. However the EQA is let down by its poor ride and lofty pricing. Cheaper EVs like the Kia e-Niro are more compelling all-rounders.
The trimSee full equipment
Standard equipment on this entry-level trim includes 18in alloys, LED headlights with high beam assist, heated front seats and automatic climate control as well as a tech bonanza inside with two 10.0in screens joined as one to form the digital driver display and infotainment system. We’d stick with this trim and consider adding some of the optional packs, such as the Driving Assistance package, to get adaptive cruise control and some extra safety features.
The engineSee full engine specs
This is the only battery and electric motor combination currently available in the EQA. The 250 model gets a 66.5kWh battery and a 188bhp electric motor. 0-62mph takes 8.9sec, so there are plenty of quicker electric cars, but the official WLTP range of 263 miles is pretty decent.
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