The new Mercedes EQB is now available for order. The crossover comes with a five-seat layout as standard, but customers can tick the box for the seven-seat configuration as well.
Those who want to take the new Mercedes EQB home must consider paying at least 55,311 euros for the car with seven seats. In Germany, it is subject to a governmental bonus of 7,500 euros.
Those who would prefer the compact crossover as a seven-seater instead will pay 1,416 euros more. But keep one thing in mind. Mercedes claims that only people of up to 1,65 meters can comfortably seat back there.
The entry-level version is the EQB 300 4MATIC. Upper in the range, customers will come across the EQB 350 4MATIC with a price tag of 57,998 euros.
The premium car maker offers the model with a one-year Mercedes me Charge subscription for free. The network includes over 600,000 charging points worldwide for convenient charging.
Mercedes EQB Edition 1 available for a limited period of time
For extra 8,520 euros, customers can go for the Edition 1 for a limited period following the market launch. The Edition 1 is easy to spot in traffic. It comes with the Night Package and AMG body styling. It sports20-inch AMG light-alloy wheels in matt copper with high-sheen finish. There is neva grey leather with Cyber Cut blue onboard, as well as backlit spiral-look trim element and ventilation nozzles with outer ring in silver chrome, while the air guide ring is in energy blue.
940 euros can bring the Electric Art version. It displays color accents in rose gold in the ARTICO man-made leather upholstery or the Cupertino fabric. The air vents are also in rose gold. The model comes with 18-inch two-tone light alloys.
Customers will have to pay 3,677 euros for the Advanced Plus Package. It comprises the Keyless-Go Convenience Package, the Thermotronic two-zone automatic climate control, an audio system with impressive sound and wireless charging.
For 1,439 euros, the future owner of the Mercedes EQB gets the Driving Assistance Package. It includes the turning maneuver function, the emergency corridor function, the exit warning feature that detects cyclists or vehicles. A warning feature that detects people in the area of zebra crossings is also part of the package.