Mercedes-Benz EQA 350 4Matic in Australia by the end of 2021

Mercedes-Benz will expand its EQA range before the end of 2021 with the faster, longer-range EQA 350. Pricing hasn't yet been revealed.

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The Mercedes-Benz EQA range is getting bigger.

The (slightly) longer-range Mercedes-Benz EQA 350 will touch down before the end of 2021, with up to 432km of range and hot-hatch-worrying performance.

Mercedes-Benz has confirmed the shorter-range, single-motor EQA250 will be in Australia before the end of June 2021.

Australia will miss out on the mid-range EQA 300 also recently revealed for Europe.

Revealed this week, the EQA 350 swaps the single-motor setup in the 250 for a dual-motor all-wheel drive setup with 215kW of power and 520Nm of torque.

That’s up 75kW and 145Nm on the EQA 250, and is good for a 6.0-second sprint to 100km/h.

Like its little brother, the EQA 350 has a 66.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack.

Mercedes-Benz claims up to 432km of range on the WLTP test cycle, up 6km on the EQA 250.

Pricing and specifications for the longer-range EQA hasn’t been confirmed. The EQA 250 is priced from $76,800 before on-road costs.

For reference, standard equipment on the Mercedes-Benz EQA 250 includes:

  • Adaptive damping
  • 19-inch AMG alloy wheels
  • Dual 10.25-inch infotainment screens
  • Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, factory satellite navigation
  • Power tailgate with kick opening
  • Wireless phone charging
  • Heated, powered front seats
  • Artico faux leather trim

Opting for the Edition 1 brings:

  • 20-inch AMG alloy wheels
  • AMG Line exterior package
  • Grey and blue leather upholstery
  • Backlit trim inlays
  • Sports steering wheel
  • Edition 1 floor mats


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