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News All-New 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV Priced From $104,400 in the US

All-New 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV Priced From $104,400 in the US

The fully electric 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV will offer up to 305 miles of range

  • Three trims will be available: Premium, Exclusive, and Pinnacle.

  • Three models will be offered: EQS 450+, 450 4MATIC SUV, and EQS 580 4MATIC SUV.

Mercedes-Benz is rolling into the large luxury electric SUV segment with its all-new all-electric EQS SUV. This SUV’s only shortcoming might only be its less-than-inspired name as the level of included features and its powertrain are nothing short of impressive. And, it will be priced from $104,400 in the US.

The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV Becomes the First Mercedes EV to be Built in the US

For that price, the EQS 450+ SUV will include a 12.8″ OLED multimedia touchscreen portrait display with the latest generation of MBUX which now offers an intuitive new zero-layer concept keeping key applications at the top level of the screen to limit navigating through submenus and limiting driver distractions. The digital instrument cluster will display information thanks to the off-road mode and will show steering angle, suspension height, elevation, geo coordinates, power level, and more.

The EQS SUV will feature an output of 536 horsepower and deliver impressive estimated EPA range figures. The EQS 450+ will offer 305 miles and the EQS 450 4MATIC and EQS 580 4MATIC, up to 285 miles of range. EQS SUV customers will get a complimentary two years of Mercedes me Charge hassle-free charging. As well, in collaboration with Electrify America, Mercedes-Benz USA provides EQS SUV drivers with an unlimited number of 30– minute DC Fast Charging charging sessions throughout the entire Electrify America network at no additional cost for the first 2 years.

The fully electric 2023 EQS SUV will arrive at U.S. dealerships in the fall of 2022.

Here is the trim and model breakdown:

EQS 450+ SUV: $104,400

EQS 450 4MATIC SUV: $107,400

EQS 580 4MATIC SUV: $125,950

EQS 450+ SUV: $108,650

EQS 450 4MATIC SUV: $111,650

EQS 580 4MATIC SUV: $130,200

EQS 450+ SUV: $110,650

EQS 450 4MATIC SUV: $113,650

EQS 580 4MATIC SUV: $132,200

Highlights include:

  1. Driver Assistance Package
  2. Heated & Ventilated Front Seats
  3. Leather Upholstery
  4. Power Tilt/Sliding Panorama Roof
  5. 20″ Wheels (21″ on EQS 580)
  6. Burmester® 3D Sound System with Sound Personalization and Dolby Atmos
  7. 10-Degree Rear Axle Steering
  8. 64-color Ambient Lighting
  9. Parking Package with Surround View System
Highlights Include:

  1. All features of Premium Trim
  2. Head-Up Display
  3. Rapid Heating Front Seats
  4. MBUX Interior Assistant Front
  5. Front Multicontour Seats with Massage
  6. Four-Zone Climate Control
  7. Air Balance Package
  8. Mercedes-Benz Star Pattern Logo Projectors
Highlights Include:

  1. All features of Premium and Exclusive Trims
  2. Executive Second-Row Seat Package
  3. Second Row Middle Armrest with Wireless Charging
  4. Comfort Rear Headrests
  5. MBUX Rear Tablet

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