Mercedes EQE SUV Review 2024, Price & Specs

There are plenty of more affordable electric cars than the Mercedes EQE SUV. Indeed, the cheapest version costs around the same as a high-spec Audi Q8 e-tron 50 Vorsprung and more than any Jaguar I-Pace, while the BMW iX is also cheaper on a like-for-like basis.

To make up for this, you’ll want to secure as big a discount as possible by visiting our Mercedes deals page. However, the the EQE SUV also partially compensates for its high price through strong predicted resale values – especially compared with the Q8 e-tron.

With the EQE 350, there are four trim levels to choose from, and we think entry-level AMG Line gives you a good balance between cost and equipment. It gets you 20in alloy wheels, privacy glass, keyless entry, LED headlights, leather upholstery, heated and cooled front seats, and three-zone climate control.

That said, if you want the EQE 500, you’ll need to at least step up to AMG Line Premium trim, which brings larger 21in alloys, a panoramic glass sunroof, additional ambient lighting, a Burmester sound system and a dash cam.

In terms of charging, all versions have a maximum charging speed of 170kW, which matches the Q8 e-tron’s, but is slower than the iX’s maximum rate of 195kW. A 10-80% charge should take 31 minutes if you can find a suitably powerful public charging point, while a full charge using a 7kW home wall box charger will take around 14 hours.


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