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Mercedes-EQ Strategy

“By 2025, our customers can choose an all-electric alternative for every model that we make.”

“All new architectures will be electric-only from 2025 onwards.”

“Mercedes-Benz will be ready to go all-electric within this decade.”


Mercedes-EQ Models

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With the Mercedes-EQ all-electric vehicles, the future of driving just became a lot more interesting. From the elegant and futuristic styling to the plethora of features, you can’t help but love our EQ Inventory. Mercedes-EQ models are built on an electric vehicle architecture platform, with each model offering different powertrain options. It’s no surprise that every model in the Mercedes-EQ line takes things to a new level with smarter design and performance. What are some of the local incentives for Mercedes-EQ? Each state offers various incentives to encourage drivers to switch to all-electric vehicles emitting zero emissions. Some incentives include access to high-speed public charging stations across the state. Contact us online or give us a call at (707) 430-0101 for more details.


The EQE stands out for its distinctive features and styling. With a top speed of 130 mph and 288 horsepower, this model can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 5.6 seconds. It comes with a bold grille, chrome trim, and large wheels. This all-electric powertrain car is spacious and comfortable for passengers.


The latest addition to the Mercedes-EQ lineup is the EQS, which has a powerful engine with an output of 560 kW/751 horsepower and 752 lb-ft of torque. This engine also provides amazing speeds. It goes from zero to 60 in just 4.1 seconds.


The Mercedes-EQ SUVs have a distinctive design combining an elegant front end and a spacious interior. This model features a fully electric powertrain, enabling it to achieve an impressive range of over 660 km (410 miles) for the EQS SUV 450+. The model also has an impressive 419 lb-ft of torque and 355 brake horsepower (bhp).

The other two levels include the EQS SUV 450 4MATIC® and EQS SUV 580 4MATIC®. They both feature up to 381 miles of range with 355 bhp and 536 bhp, respectively. When coupled with the OFF-ROAD driving mode, these variants can achieve cleaner performance in trickier driving conditions.


The EQV is an all-electric SUV designed to meet the needs of today’s customers driving. It appeals to families and solo travelers alike with a huge interior, a large glass roof, incredible visibility, and a spacious cabin.

The EQV is also the top model in this range. It has 201 bhp and can reach up to 213 miles on a single charge. Its zero to 60 mph time is 11.7 seconds, which means you can go from rest to 60 mph in a wink.

The EQV has three drive models: Sport, Sport Premium, and Sport Premium Plus. It offers EQV technology features such as lane-keeping assist, blind-spot assist, and active brake assist, just to mention a few.


The Mercedes-EQC is an all-electric car that can go from zero to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds, with a range of up to 255 miles on a single charge.

The EQC is the first vehicle to use an all-electric drivetrain and is also one of the most practical vehicles on sale today. With seating for seven adults, luggage space, and some cargo space in the rear hatch, this SUV can go all day long.

The EQC also offers plenty of tech features such as four-zone climate control and cruise control, plus a host of safety features such as a speed limit display, lane departure warning system, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert. EQC comes in Sport, AMG® Line, AMG® Line Premium, and AMG® Line Premium Plus trims. The EQC is expected to arrive in North American markets by 2025.


The Mercedes-EQB is a fully electric SUV that’s designed with families in mind. This is due to the space, comfort, and practicality it comes with.

The EQB is based on the GLB wheelbase, one of Mercedes’ top-end models. Its turbocharged engine produces a combined 255 horsepower and 288 lb-ft of torque. It’s paired with two electric motors.

In terms of performance, the EQB can reach 60 mph in six seconds. Performance may slightly differ between its two trim levels, namely the AMG® Line and AMG® Line Premium.


EQA model is a compact SUV featuring a spacious interior, keyless access, and push-button start. The vehicle also offers a wide range of driver assistance systems, including active cornering assist and blind-spot assist.

The EQA is available in three body styles: the EQA 250+, EQA 300 4MATIC®, and EQA 350 4MATIC®. They feature an electronically controlled all-wheel drive system with an intelligent torque distribution control unit that distributes power to each wheel individually. Each of these models is available in five trim levels, so there’s bound to be one that meets all your wants and needs.

Owning an Electric Vehicle

Owning an electric vehicle has many benefits. The most obvious is that driving an electric vehicle means you aren’t contributing to global warming and carbon emissions. They can also go up to 200 miles on a single charge, so you don’t need to worry about running out of battery life on long trips.

The maintenance costs of an electric vehicle are also relatively low. Electric cars require minor maintenance, so they’re cheaper than gas-powered cars. This means that you’ll save money on gas and other related expenses.

In addition to a few incentives, you can enjoy the benefit of tax credits for owning a Mercedes-EQ. These tax credits and incentives can help offset the cost of ownership for the Mercedes-EQ, making it more affordable for those looking to purchase an all-electric vehicle. If you’re looking for an affordable all-electric car, take advantage of these available credits and incentives.

Mercedes-EQ Incentives

  • Complimentary Vehicle Charging: As an exclusive benefit of the collaboration with Electrify America, Mercedes-Benz USA provides new EQS drivers with an unlimited number of 30–minute charging sessions throughout the entire Electrify America network at no additional cost for the first 2 years.
  • Complimentary Scheduled Maintenance: Mercedes-Benz is offering complimentary scheduled service on your new Mercedes-EQ vehicle for the first two years following your purchase.


Mercedes-EQ Benefits

  • Cost Efficiency; The estimated cost to fuel your 2021 Mercedes-Benz S580 4MATIC® for 1-year would be at least $4,381, compared to $638 to charge a 2022 EQS580 4MATIC® for the same period. Your savings could be as much as $3,743 for 1-year, and almost $19,000 over the first 5-years. (Source:
  • Convenience and Cost; Depending on terms and conditions at the time of purchase, qualifying vehicles may be eligible for single occupancy use of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV, or carpool) lanes. (Source: California DMV)
  • Incentive Programs: Based on your particular locality and specific program qualifying criteria, you may be eligible for federal, state, local government and public utility incentives, including tax incentives, rebates, utility rate discounts and other programs. (Source:


Mercedes-EQ FAQs

  • Can I purchase a Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle today?

    • Of course! Call us at (707) 430-0101 to speak with one of our fantastic Mercedes-EQ sales consultants to ask about current inventory or how to reserve your EQB, EQS, EQS SUV or AMG®-EQS today.
  • What charging options are available?

    • There are three levels of electric charging. First, Level 1 charging denotes charging your car at a conventional electric outlet. It’s the ideal option for home charging. Level 2 denotes away-from-home charging, usually using a wallbox and a 240-volt socket. The fast charging is Level 3, which commonly provides higher charge levels along major highways.
  • What is the charging time for a Mercedes-EQ electric vehicle?

    • The answer to this question varies depending on the type of charger you use and the size of your car’s battery, and the charging equipment being used. As an example, the Mercedes EQS can go from 10 to 80% charge in just 31 minutes on a DC fast charger.
  • How Safe Is Electric Charging?

    • The most important thing to know about electric cars is that they’re safe. You can use the manufacturer’s manual to support you with safe charging.
  • What is the estimated range for a Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle?

    • The Mercedes EQS 450+ has an EPA estimated range rated at 350 miles, while the EQB 300 4MATIC® is rated at 230 miles. Of course, driving range depends on many factors, such as individual driving practices and terrain, so your mileage will vary.
  • Can I use my Mercedes-Benz EV for long trips?

    • Absolutely. Mercedes-EQ “Electric Intelligence” combines state of the art energy management along with a “smart” navigation system to plan when and where to stop for a charge along your route, including at over 2,600 DC fast chargers with Electrify America and thousands of level-2 chargers provided through the ChargePoint network.
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