The Mercedes-Benz is available for order from February 4. It costs 37,970.50 euros in Germany, including VAT and taking into account an innovation premium of 9000 euros.
Prices in Germany start at 47,540.50 euros for the 140-kW EQA 250. Other variants will follow: all-wheel-drive models with an additional electric powertrain and an output of over 200 kW, and a version with a range of more than 500 km (WLTP).
The Mercedes-Benz EQA offering includes 1 year of Mercedes me Charge -‘green charging’ during this period at no extra pay in Europe.
In Germany, an innovation premium of 9000 euros is possible. It consists of a €6000 government share and a €3000 share of Mercedes. With this, the model cost achieves 37,970.50 euros in Germany (VAT inclusive).
In addition, only a quarter of the gross list price is subject to taxation for private use, if the the EQA is used as a company vehicle.
The Mercedes-Benz Bank offers attractive financing and leasing terms for both private and business customers. The EQA 250 with Business Package is available on a leasing basis for business customers from 399 euros a month.
Instead of many individual options, the company offers customers to choose between 3 pre-configured packages based on real usage:
- Advanced Package (2570.40 euros, included in Edition 1) adds a series of comfort and safety features to the standard specification of the EQA;
- Advanced Plus Package (3677.10 euros, in conjunction with the Edition 1 model: 1106.70 euros) is an enhancement to the Advanced Package;
- Premium Package (5557.30 euros, in conjunction with the Edition 1 model: 2986.90 euros) enhances the scope of the Advanced and Advanced Plus Packages.
The first Mercedes-Benz EQA cars will be reaching European dealers this spring.