Mercedes-Benz has announced that it will begin taking orders in Europe for the updated EQA and EQB, and the company anticipates that the vehicles will arrive at dealerships in the early part of 2024.
The EQA 250 is priced at €48,992, while the 250+ is priced at €50,420. The next model in the lineup is the 300 4MATIC, which can be purchased for €51,735, while the 350 4MATIC is priced at €54,638.
The Progressive is the entry-level trim level, and it comes standard with ARTICO man-made leather upholstery, a leather steering wheel, and 18-inch alloy wheels. When you upgrade to the Electric Art, you get nicer 18-inch alloy wheels, nicer materials throughout the interior, and a multifunction sports wheel upholstered in nappa leather. The AMG Line includes additional features such as AMG-specific styling, sports seats, AMG light-alloy wheels measuring 18 inches, and AMG floor mats.
The base price of the EQB 250+ is €51,730, while the price of the 300 4MATIC is €53,730 and the price of the 350 4MATIC is €56,400. You will receive the same trim levels as the Progressive, Electric Art, and AMG Line. In addition, there is the Premium package, as well as the Advanced and Advanced Plus packages. Brown lime open-pore wood is an additional upgrade that can be purchased in addition to the standard Burmester surround sound system that is included with the purchase of the Progressive package.
Both the EQA and EQB models have been modernized, which has resulted in increased productivity and improved capabilities. On the exterior, they feature a black panel surface with a star pattern, wider bumpers, LED lights, and nicer taillights than the previous model. On the inside, there is a backlit Mercedes-Benz pattern, a nicer steering wheel with touch controls, and brown lime open-pore wood.