This is the smallest and most affordable electric SUV in the Mercedes-Benz stable. The EQA is a rival to premium cars, and boasts several power options, and a range of up to 264 miles on a single battery charge.
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Mercedes EQA Frequently Asked Questions
The EQA gives you all the luxury and badge prestige you expect from a Mercedes-Benz, but with a zero-emission, all-electric power source under the bonnet. It’s the smallest of Mercedes’ growing electric SUV range and the most affordable, but still features cutting-edge tech, a fantastic interior and a choice of trims and power levels.
Unlike some electric cars, which just feature a single battery and motor combination, the EQA comes with a choice of several power outputs and several trims. You can pick from two or four-wheel drive, too, which means there’s a fairly wide range of leasing rates. But whichever model takes your fancy, you can take advantage of Select Car Leasing’s market-leading links with the automotive industry. These let us offer you the most competitive deals and special offers in the country, so why not browse the least of Mercedes EQA rates and see which one matches your needs?
The electric powertrain is the EQA’s main feature, meaning that it can offer the size and practicality of a small SUV but with no polluting emissions from a petrol or diesel engine. It boasts a range of up to 264 miles per battery charge, and there are three different power outputs to choose from. Even the entry-level EQA 250 model, which has front-wheel drive, boasts punchy performance, but the four-wheel-drive EQA 300 and EQA 350 models push the power up still further. You can top up the battery using a home wallbox or at a high-speed public charger at up to 100kW.
The EQA was reviewed and tested by independent safety organisation Euro NCAP in 2019 and was given the maximum five-star score, with great marks in adult and child safety tests. All models come with just about every available safety system as standard, including automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist and a blind-spot warning system. When it comes to practicality, there are a few rivals that will give you more interior space but the EQA is still roomy. Two adults will have no issues in the back, and three grown-ups could do short journeys too. The boot is on the tight side though, with less space than the non-electric Mercedes GLA or rivals like the Volkswagen ID.4.
Once you’ve decided which power option you want, there are three trim choices to choose from. The entry-level Sport model is far from spartan, with an electric boot lid, alloy wheels and LED headlights, as well as parking sensors and a rear-view camera. The AMG Line model gives you a sportier look outside with a bodykit and heated sport seats, while the AMG Line Premium model has bigger wheels, a panoramic glass sunroof and keyless entry and start, as well as an upgraded sound system.
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