Mercedes-Benz EQA

The car’s particular compromise is granted by the fact that, unlike many of its competitors, it’s based on the adapted model architecture of an existing combustion-engined car. As we’ll explain in more detail shortly, the EQA shares the same underpinnings as the Mercedes A-Class, B-Class, CLA and GLA models and it is built on the same production line as many of those sibling models in Rastatt, Germany.

In stark contrast to an Audi Q4 E-tron or a Hyundai Ioniq 5, then, it’s an EV with a more conventional and familiar layout of drive components, and a driven front axle. But does that make it more or less likely to set new benchmarks in a rapidly changing and critically important class?

Mercedes EQA engine line-up and trim levels

The EQA is available with a choice of front- or four-wheel drive, in any one of three power outputs, and with a four-tier range of trims (although if you can only run to a Sport-spec car, you’ll be denied the more powerful, twin-motor 4Matic versions).

Mid-level AMG Line equipment is likely to be the most popular of all and includes 18in alloy wheels, sports seat and special sporty- looking bumper styling.

What Car? New car buyer marketplace - Mercedes-Benz EQA


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