Brand New 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQA uk deals

Compare brand new 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQA prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £1502 from our dealers. Our 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQA deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Mercedes-Benz manufactures 10 model variants.

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Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 190 5 0.0 190 0 £47510 Save £1391
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 190 5 0.0 190 0 £49010 Save £1436
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 190 5 0.0 190 0 £52010 Save £1526
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 190 5 0.0 190 0 £47510 Save £1391
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 190 5 0.0 190 0 £49010 Save £1436
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 190 5 0.0 190 0 £52010 Save £1526
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 228 5 0.0 228 0 £51510 Save £1511
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 228 5 0.0 228 0 £54510 Save £1601
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 292 5 0.0 292 0 £53010 Save £1556
Auto Electric 0.0E 66.5kWh 292 5 0.0 292 0 £56010 Save £1646
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Mercedes EQA

OK: what'll you pay for the first all-Electric battery-powered Mercedes-Benz? Because this car bears the Three Pointed Star, you won't be surprised to hear that its price starting point is way above the level (£35,000) at which the government is prepared to offer assistance towards EV purchase these days.

All the models available in this line-up use the same 66.5kWh battery and nearly all sales are of the EQA 250 variant we tried, which uses a front-mounted 190hp Electric motor and is priced from around £45,000 in entry-level 'Sport' form.

From there, it's a £1,500 jump to 'AMG Line'-spec, with 'AMG Line Premium' and 'AMG Line Premium Plus'-spec variants demanding further £3,000 increments, the latter requiring £52,000 from you.

That's pretty much the price starting point for the two more sophisticated EQA variants, the EQA 300 4MATIC and the EQA 350 4MATIC, which add an extra Electric motor on the rear axle to increase traction - and power, the '300' variant offering 228hp and the '350' version boosting that to 292hp.

Because these faster models can't be had with base 'Sport' trim, prices from launch started from around £48,500 for the '300' and from around £50,000 for the '350'.

If you like the idea of an EQA of some sort but need a bit of extra versatility, bear in mind that Mercedes also has its mechanically almost identical EQB SUV for relatively little more..

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