Mercedes announced it’s opening orders for the updated EQA and EQB in Europe and the cars are expected at dealers in early 2024.
The EQA 250 is €48,992, the 250+ goes up to €50,420. Then there’s the 300 4MATIC at €51,735 and 350 4MATIC tops the range with its €54,638 price.
Trim levels are the baseline Progressive, featuring ARTICO man-made leather, leather steering wheel, and 18-inch alloy wheels. A move up to the Electric Art opens up nicer 18-inch alloys, nicer interior materials, and a multifunction sports wheel in nappa leather. The AMG Line adds AMG styling, sports seats, AMG light-alloy 18-inch wheels, and AMG floor mats.
The EQB 250+ starts from €51,730, the 300 4MATIC is €53,730 and the 350 4MATIC is €56,400. You get the same Progressive, Electric Art, and AMG Line trims. Additionally, there are the Advanced, Advanced Plus, and Premium packages. There’s a Burmester surround sound system that comes as standard with the Progressive package, and brown lime open-pore wood, which is optional.
Naturally, buyers can individually configure each option on each car as they see fit.
The updated EQA and EQB models are more efficient and better equipped than their predecessors. Outside, they have a black panel surface with a star pattern, broader bumpers, LED lights, and nicer taillights. Inside, there’s a nicer steering wheel with touch controls, brown lime open-pore wood, and a backlit Merdeces-Benz pattern.