The modelRead full review
The Mercedes EQB is a competent seven-seat electric car that's competitively priced against its main electric SUV rivals. It's not the swiftest choice out there, though, and there are several cheaper alternatives with longer ranges.
The trimSee full equipment
This entry-level trim is anything but basic, with 18in alloys, front and rear parking sensors with a back up camera, an electric tailgate, 10in touchscreen infotainment with sat-nav and full smartphone connectivity, ambient interior lighting, heated front seats with four-way electric lumbar adjustment, and dual-zone climate control.
The engineSee full engine specs
We’ve yet to try this 225bhp version, but it will beat the Q4 e-tron 40 to 62mph, taking 7.7sec against the Q4's 8.5sec. That's probably due to the additional traction of the EQB’s standard four-wheel drive.
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