Mercedes has announced that its new EQA electric car will cost from £40,495 when it arrives in showrooms this spring.
The brand only revealed its ‘entry-level’ EV last month, which expands the electric Mercedes range outside of the EQC and EQV, but it will soon be arriving in dealerships.
Based on the latest GLA SUV, the EQA is initially available with a single powertrain – called EQA 250 – that combines a 66.5kWh battery with a 185bhp electric motor, with the model able to travel up to 263 miles on a single charge.
The range kicks off with the £40,495 Sport model, with standard kit including adaptive LED headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels and the brand’s MBUX infotainment system, which sees a 10-inch touchscreen merged with a 10-inch digital dial system.
Up next is the AMG Line model, which brings a sportier bodykit, aluminium interior trim, leather and microfibre seats and 20-inch alloy wheels. This costs from £41,995.
On top of the AMG Line, you can add a ‘Premium’ package for £3,000. This brings a panoramic sunroof with keyless entry and start, and a more advanced augmented reality satellite navigation system.
At the top of the range is a Premium Plus model, which adds another £3,000 to the price. This brings features such as a 360-degree parking camera, adjustable suspension and a Burmester sound system. A head-up display and electric front seats are also included.
The Mercedes EQA is now on sale, with first deliveries expected in the spring. It will be followed by further derivatives to expand the range, with a hot AMG model even on the cards.Enquire on a new Mercedes EQA