With several models available in the Meredes-Benz: All-electric vehicles, Santa Monica shoppers like yourself have options when it comes to selecting an electric, luxury vehicle for their drives. If you’re researching specifically for a spacious model, then you’d be delighted to know the lineup includes three SUVs: the EQB, EQE, and EQS SUV. But what distinguishes them and which one should you choose? Learn how they differ in terms of interior room and performance below with the team at Mercedes-Benz of Beverly Hills.
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|Seating Capacity (Passengers)
|5 or optionally 7
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|Cargo Capacity (Cubic Feet)
|10.7 to 61.8
|14.0 to 55.0
|23.0 to 74.0
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|Maximum Electric Range (Miles)
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Whether you need a vehicle to drive your family around the area or you want plenty of room to relax in during your drives in Los Angeles, chances are an SUV checks this box for you. When looking at the EQB vs. EQS SUVs, they both have a standard passenger capacity of 5 and an optional capacity of 7, which is a must for growing families. However, the EQS SUV has more cargo space than the EQB SUV whether you have all rows of seating up or some folded down. The new EQE SUV is the sole model that maxes out at 5 occupants. Take a look at the interior dimension comparison for the Meredes-Benz: All-electric SUVs here:
In addition to cabin space, another factor you might be considering when searching for your ideal SUV in Van Nuys is the performance. All models are electric, but they offer different levels of power. Out of the three models, the EQB performance marks the starting point of power with up to 288 hp while the EQE offers more power than the EQB overall but less than the EQS SUV.
Still, each SUV is available in three configurations that will determine the exact performance, so you may choose the new EQE 500 4MATIC® SUV that outperforms the base model of the EQS SUV. However, it’s not as powerful as the 2023 EQS 580 4MATIC® SUV.
Similarly, each model offers different electric ranges within their own lineup, but overall, the EQS SUV has the most range. When it comes to the EQE vs. EQB, the EQE offers more range than the EQB. Check out the specs for all configurations below:
Whether you need a closer look at the EQE vs. EQS SUV or the EQB vs. EQE to confidently make your decision, head on over to Mercedes-Benz of Beverly Hills to see these models in person! Just reach out to us today, and we’ll set up your test-drive appointment.
*EPA estimated driving range with a fully charged battery. Driving range may vary based on model, terrain, temperature, driving style, optional equipment, use of vehicle features, and other factors.
**Starting price is MSRP, or Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. MSRP excludes transportation and handling charges, destination charges, taxes, title, registration, license, tag, preparation and documentary service fees, insurance charges, and Dealer add-on products, accessories and associated labor and installation charges. MSRP for a base model prior to customer build also excludes charges for optional equipment, products, packages, and accessories. Actual vehicle price and availability may vary by Dealer and should be confirmed with the dealer selected by customer.