Mercedes Benz EQC is a medium-sized SUV that uses a fully electric engine. It is available in 5 variants so the buyers have a decent number of options to choose from. Its stylish looks, comfortable drive, and high-tech features make this vehicle one of the best in the market.
Performance and Battery efficiency
With its battery fully charged, EQC can travel up to 558 Km. Its powerful 80 kW battery gives 402 horsepower and 702 Nm of torque. The speed reaches from 0 to 100 Km in just 5.1 seconds and the maximum speed is 180 Kilometers per hour. Such incredible power gives this vehicle an advantage over its competitors. The drive train is four-wheel drive, and the ride is incredibly quiet even at higher speeds.
The charging of EQC takes around 7 hours but if you are charging it with a home socket then it will take 41 hours which is not practical so, it is ideal to use charging stations or a wallbox.
Exterior and Interior
The looks of the Mercedes Benz EQC are slinkier and more streamlined than the other SUVs of Mercedes. The narrow headlights and sharp edge window openings give the vehicle a sporty look. The interior of EQC is not very different than the traditional Mercedes. The cabin is comfortable and made with good quality material. In addition, the silent cabin gives a sense of luxury to its passengers. There is room for 5 passengers to comfortably sit in the car as there is ample head and legroom with bigger front seats for the driver to drive comfortably.
There are plenty of small compartments in the cabin which provide space for storing the everyday item. The boot is just 500 liters lesser than its rivals, however, if you want more space you can fold the rear seats and get around 1060 liters of boot capacity.
EQC has good safety credentials. The prominent features include a rearview camera, active brake assist, blind-spot indicator, cruise control, parking assist, etc. are all standard in Benz EQC.
EQC comes with a slightly hefty price tag as it is a luxury electric car with loaded features. The basic variant costs $124,300 and the price goes up to $146,671 for upper variants.