The modelRead full Mercedes EQS SUV review
Like the EQS saloon, the EQS SUV impresses with its refinement, range between charges and performance in a straight line. It then adds to that a spacious and luxuriously appointed interior that’ll make you want to go on long drives. We just wish the interior was put together a little better, especially at this price point.
The trimSee full equipment
The entry-level trim doesn't actually feel very entry-level. You’ll find a vast standard equipment list that includes 21in alloy wheels, privacy glass, climate control, an acoustic comfort pack to reduce noise, keyless entry and start, and a whole host of infotainment tech.
The engineSee full engine specs
This top-spec option has 537bhp and cuts the 0-62mph sprint time to 4.6sec. Despite the power and extra standard kit, the official range is an impressive 362 miles between charges.
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