All-electric range of up to[1]

263 miles

 

kW max. charging output (DC)

100

Charge in approx[2]

30 minutes

Charging options


Simply charge. Anywhere.

Charging your car has never been so easy: either at home with a home charger or on route at a public charging station.

Charging options


Simply charge. Anywhere.

Charging your car has never been so easy: either at home with a home charger or on route at a public charging station.

The image shows the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox Home and a person wishing to charge the new EQA from Mercedes-EQ.

Charging from home. 

EQA customers with off-street parking can benefit from the convenience and speed of charging at home by installing a bp pulse home charger. The 7 kW bp pulse home charger delivers a full charge overnight in around 11 hours^ – that’s up to three times faster than using a 13 A three-pin domestic plug.[3]

bp pulse home charger 7 kW: £499 [4]  incl.VAT & standard installation.

The image shows the new EQA from Mercedes-EQ being charged at a charging station during a journey. Two people are waiting next to the vehicle as it charges.

Charging on route at a public charging station.

Mercedes me Charge gives you access to a large number of public charging stations across Europe, including IONITY rapid charging stations where you can charge your EQA in just 30 minutes.[2]

Remote and Navigation Services


Convenient services for you and your EQA.

Remote and Navigation Services


Convenient services for you and your EQA.

The image shows a smartphone with a display of nearby charging stations available for charging the EQA from Mercedes-EQ en route.

The Remote and Navigation Services make electric driving convenient and efficient. They ensure you can always keep tabs on the charging stations in the area or along a particular route as well as see your current range. The navigation system with Electric Intelligence automatically schedules charging stops along your route. With the Mercedes me app you also have access to charging settings and the pre-entry climate control function from outside the vehicle.

EQ & A


Your frequently asked questions on electric driving.

EQ & A


Your frequently asked questions on electric driving.

    • Real electric range

      Why is the real electric range often less than specified?

      The reach of an electric vehicle varies depending on individual driving style, the type of route and the environmental conditions. You can travel on electric power further if you use ECO Assist to drive with foresight and take advantage of the recuperation and/or gliding function. Auxiliary consumers such as seat heating and climate control also have an effect on range.

    • AC and DC charging technology

      What is the difference between AC and DC charging technology?

      The batteries of electrified vehicles can only be charged with direct current (DC). However, all household sockets and most public charging stations deliver alternating current (AC) as do "high-voltage sockets". To make charging possible, EQ vehicles are equipped with an on-board charger – an AC/DC rectifier – to convert the alternating current into the required direct current. Charging capacities of between 2.3 kW and 7.4 kW are possible, depending on the on-board charger and the capacity of the charging cable (rather than the capacity of the charging station).

    • Environmentally friendly

      How environmentally friendly are electric cars really?

      How environmentally friendly a vehicle is, depends very much on your driving style and charging behaviour. Among other things, the electricity you charge the vehicle with also plays a significant role, i.e.: is it actually being charged with "green" electricity or an energy mix? Many public charging stations are supplied with green electricity, and for private households a green energy deal is often easy to find online.

    Based on EQA 250 Sport.
    [1] The indicated values were determined according to the prescribed measurement method – Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Figures shown may include options which are not available in the UK. Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) require mains electricity for charging, range figures determined with the battery fully charged. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. Figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, factory-fitted options, accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. Further information about the test used to establish fuel consumption and CO2 figures can be found at www.mercedes-benz.co.uk/WLTP.
    [2] Specified voltage and current values refer to network infrastructure and can be limited by the vehicle. Times are from 10–80% charge using public rapid charging at 100 kW.
    [3] Based on 7 kW power output for plug-in hybrid vehicles[
    [4] Price includes £350 OZEV EVHS Grant. Price correct at time of publication, subject to change.
    ^ Specified voltage and current values refer to network infrastructure and can be limited by the vehicle. Times are from 10–100% charge using a wall box (three-phase) or standard socket (single-phase).