Mercedes-Benz EQE Priced at $75K

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey
mercedes benz eqe priced at 75k

Mercedes-Benz has announced pricing for its EQE EV mid-size sedan.

The base price is $74,900.

The 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE sedan will come in various forms: EQE 350+, EQE 350 4MATIC, and EQE 500 4MATIC. Trim levels are Premium, Exclusive, and Pinnacle. The maximum range is quoted at 305 miles from a 90.6 kWh battery pack.

Premium-trim cars will have MBUX infotainment, a 12.8-inch infotainment screen, and a 12.3-inch gauge/driver-information screen. They'll also have a navigation system that has EV-specific features, such as factoring in available charging stations and driving style into route guidance. It can even show the maximum speed a driver can go if he or she wants to reach their destination without first running out of charge.

Mercedes is also offering the chance for drivers to charge via its own network of charging stations.

As befitting any luxury ride these days, the EQE has plenty of advanced-driving aid systems. Those systems will include blind-spot assist, active lane-keeping assist, LED headlamps with high-beam assist, a surround-view camera, and a parking-assist system.

Other available features will include a Burmeister sound system, OTA updates, ambient lighting, heated front seats, and a panoramic sunroof.

The EQE will arrive in Mercedes-Benz stores this fall.

[Image: Mercedes-Benz]

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  • Kcflyer Kcflyer on Nov 02, 2022

    Looks like a suppository with wheels, but the interior is gorgeous. Fortunately I could never afford it anyway :(

  • Master Baiter Master Baiter on Nov 03, 2022

    $75K for a car you wouldn't want to take a road trip in (for lack of infrastructure and long re-charge time.)

    • MaintenanceCosts MaintenanceCosts on Nov 03, 2022

      The target demographic fly whenever they are traveling more than about 150 miles.

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