2024 Mercedes-Benz EQB Class Review: Prices, Specs, and Photos

Mercedes-Benz wants well north of $50,000 for the EQB, which can quickly balloon to $60,000 or more with optional features. Its big touchscreens and wide range of configurations help it seal a 7 out of 10 on the TCC scale, though.

Pricing for the 2024 model year wasn’t available when we published this overview, but it’s not likely to stray far from the nearly $54,000 Mercedes wanted for a base EQB 250+ last year. That model is outfitted with synthetic leather trim, power-adjustable front seats, automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, automatic high-beam LED headlights, and a pair of 10.3-inch screens under a single pane of glass. The left display includes standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Mercedes includes a luxury-typical 4-year/50,000-mile warranty. 

Which Mercedes-Benz EQB-Class should I buy?

The base model is fine if you’re not worried about extra traction or quick acceleration, though the $1,300 or so that Mercedes wants for the Exclusive trim level is probably worth the upgrade. That extra cash buys a proximity key and pushbutton start, upgraded audio, and a wireless charging pad. 

We’d be more likely to upgrade to the EQB 300, which adds a second motor for all-wheel drive. It’s $58,000, though again we’d step up to the mid-level Exclusive trim package. Even then, you’ll pay for metallic paint, a big sunroof, wood trim, heated front seats and steering wheel, third-row seats (which are of dubious value), head-up display, and additional driver-assistance tech. It’s not hard to wind up with a $65,000 EQB 300. 

How much is a fully loaded Mercedes-Benz EQB-Class?

The top EQB 350 runs about $62,000. Amazingly, Mercedes-Benz will let you build one to over $80,000. 

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