Mercedes-Benz EQB Comparison

    The 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQB is at dealers now, and has become Australia’s most affordable electric vehicle with seven seats.

    The range opens at $87,800 before on-road costs for the base, front-wheel drive EQB 250. Only this variant can be had with an optional third row of seating, pushing the price to $90,700 before on-roads.

    That puts it roughly $25,000 above the most affordable version of the seven-seat GLB it’s based on, and around $12,000 higher than the related, two-row EQA.

    The EQB comes in a choice of single-motor, front-wheel drive 250 guise, with an electric motor producing 140kW of power and 385Nm of torque, or dual-motor all-wheel drive 350 guise with 215kW and 520Nm.

    Range is 371km on the stricter WLTP cycle for the 250 and 360km in the 350.

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    Mercedes-Benz EQB

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