Mercedes EQV review

Category: Van-based MPV

Section: Passenger & boot space

Mercedes EQV 2021 rear seats
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  • 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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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Mercedes EQV’s large doors make it easy to get into the front seats. The rear seats are even easier to access thanks to the electric sliding doors, which are controlled with buttons as standard and are a real plus point in situations where there’s not much room either side.

While the V-Class is available in three different lengths, the EQV is only available in one – but it’s the longest. The battery is under the floor so there’s no compromise on interior space compared to the fossil fuel-powered model.