Mercedes EQV review

Category: Van-based MPV

Section: Interior

Mercedes EQV 2021 dashboard
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 front tracking
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 left tracking
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 dashboard
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 rear seats
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 infotainment
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 side static
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 front static
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 side static
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 rear seats
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 front tracking
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 left tracking
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 dashboard
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 rear seats
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 infotainment
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 side static
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 front static
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 side static
  • Mercedes EQV 2021 rear seats
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

The driver’s seat in the Mercedes EQV is set quite high and offers an excellent view of the road ahead. Large side windows and door mirrors mean you can easily see what’s coming up alongside but the view behind isn’t quite so clear. The third row of seats hinders your vision through the rear screen. Fortunately, all models come with parking sensors (front and rear) plus a reversing camera (and a 360deg camera on the top two trims).

The driver gets a folding armrest and the seat feels comfortable, although it does not provide much side support when cornering. You can make plenty of adjustments to the seat and the steering wheel so it shouldn’t take long to find a comfy driving position.