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The Mercedes-Benz EQB is a fully electric, compact luxury crossover SUV that first went on sale in the UK in early 2022. Based on the popular, award-winning petrol- and diesel-powered Mercedes-Benz GLB. The EQB is an Electric spacious seven-seater family car.

The EQB debuted at Auto Shanghai 2021 Hailed by many prominent motoring magazines as one of Mercedes-Benz's best electric cars. It offers premium features, including the brand’s distinctive and eye-catching design, high-quality interior and the latest advanced intelligent driving technology.

As a mid-sized EV that can seat up to seven people, it ticks all the boxes. It is a luxurious yet practical, people carrier that neither Audi, BMW nor Jaguar can rival.

The EQB has two models available – the 225bhp EQB 300 and the 288bhp EQB 350. Both cars have a 66.5kWh battery and a pair of electric motors providing 4MATIC all-wheel drive.

The EQB’s standard equipment is exceptional, with parts and features that are well-built and easy to use. It has a spacious interior, slick infotainment system and impressive safety features.

The EQB competes with other electric SUVs. These include the Volvo XC40 Recharge, Audi Q4 e-tron and BMW iX3. However, these can only seat up to five people – apart from the Tesla Model X, which is also a competitor.

Mercedes-Benz EQB updates and facelifts

Red Mercedes-Benz EQB from the front

The Mk1 went on sale in the UK in early 2022. The EQB received a mid-life facelift in early 2024. It has updated styling and improved technology. The refresh includes a new faux grille with a star design, minor changes to the front bumper, a strengthened rear end and redesigned taillights with new LED signatures. The new EQB iteration also features Mercedes’ new touch-enabled three-spoke steering wheel, the option of open-pore wood trim, the latest MBUX infotainment system, a reworked Mercedes voice assistant and revised driving assistance systems, including lane keep assist.

The trim lineup is straightforward. TheUK market trim levels start at the AMG Line and include AMG Line Premium and the AMG Line Premium Plus.

Practicality and style of the car

Red Mercedes-Benz EQB from the side

The EQB measures 4,687mm long by 1,834mm wide and stands 1,667mm tall. With its high roofline, Mercedes-Benz has designed the EQB to be as practical as possible. he EQB’s shape has allowed Mercedes to include seven seats as standard, making it a unique proposition in the small electric SUV category. The 7 seat Tesla Model X is 349mm longer and 332mm wider.

Its middle-row space seats tall adults with plenty of headroom. The third row is perfect for children or adults under 5ft 4in. This gives the EQB an edge over some of its closest rivals. The Audi Q4 e-tron and Volvo XC40 Recharge do not offer this capability.

The EQB offers a generous boot size of 465 litres with five seats in place. A big step up from the 340-litre boot in Mercedes’ EQA model. Folding down the second and third rows will give you 1,710 litres of storage. This is on a par with a large estate car’s capacity. It offers plenty of room for luggage, fold down buggies, bicycles, or sports equipment. In terms of its competitors, the EQB offers 382 litres more boot space with the seats down than the Volvo XC40 Recharge. It has 220 litres more than the Audi Q4 e-tron and 150 litres more than the BMW iX3.

Red Mercedes-Benz EQB from the rear with boot lid open

The EQB's 2024 facelift includes a new, optional towbar, thanks to the strengthened rear end. This allows the single-motor model to tow up to 1400kg – enough for a four-berth caravan. Dual motor models can tow up to 1700kg. Both versions accept a towbar-mounted bicycle carrier.

Running costs

Choose a Mercedes Benz EQB and the insurance groups range between 45-48 out of 50, depending on the trim level. By comparison, the Tesla Model X sits in group 50. On the AMG Line trim, the EQB 300 sits in insurance group 45-46, while the EQB 350 is 47-48. Looking at the AMG Line Premium, the EQB 300 is 46 and the 350 is 47. As with any EV, road tax is not an issue as it is free, making the EQB cheaper to run than almost all other seven-seaters on the market.

How a used Mercedes-Benz EQB drives

Close up of the red Mercedes-Benz EQB's EV charging port

The EQB is Mercedes’ second fully electric car and many of its features are linked to its earlier EQA model. These include its powerful electric drive, efficient recuperation and predictive navigation with Electric Intelligence. This system plans the fastest, most convenient route that includes charging stops along the way.

It launched only in two-motor, four-wheel-drive formats. It has a choice of power outputs and a 66.5kWh battery pack. The power options available are either 228bhp on the EQB 300 or 292bhp on the EQB 350. Both provide 370Nm of torque and are mainly rear-wheel drive.

The EQB provides a smooth driving experience. Ithas a decent amount of acceleration, with the EQB 300 taking 7 seconds to go from 0-62mmph. The more powerful 350 shaves off a full second. The top speed of both options is 99mph. The WLTP range is 257 miles for the entry-level AMG Line trim and 250 miles if you opt for the top-of-the-range AMG Line Premium.

Despite its weight (2,100kg), its fine-tuned suspension means the car handles corners well. It is easily manoeuvrable with an 11.4m turning circle, making town driving a breeze. Its large wing mirrors and rear window ensure a good view, and the optional camera helps with tight parking spaces.

The EQB comes with an automatic transmission with a single-speed gearbox. It offers a choice of driving modes, including sport and normal.

The EQB supports fast charging at up to 113kW, enabling you to charge from 10% to 80% in just 29 minutes. An AC wall box charging point provides 0-100% in 7 hours and 15 minutes. Trickle charging from a 3-pin plug ensures it charges from flat to full in 34 hours.

Features you can expect in a Mercedes-Benz EQB


Mercedes-Benz EQB interior front seats, centre console and gear selector, dashboard, infotainment screen displaying satnav, and the steering wheel

The EQB has the classy, luxurious interior you would expect from Mercedes-Benz. Premium materials feature throughout, and all models have the MBUX easy-to-use, dual-screen infotainment system. It has two integrated 10.25-inch screens providing the look of a high-tech, single, extra-wide screen with sharp graphics.

Eye-catching features include the chrome-lined circular air vents with blue rings to indicate its electric powertrain and ambient lighting with a fully customisable choice of 64 colours.

The steering wheel offers access to cruise control at the touch of a button. The electrically adjustable seats on the top spec trims provide comfort and convenience.

The AMG Line’s standard interior specification includes artificial leather-trimmed seats, electrically adjustable heated front sports seats, automatic climate control and a powered tailgate. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as sat nav come as standard. Safety equipment includes a reversing camera, lane keep assist and speed limit assist. The AMG Line Premium has additional technology, including an upgraded 10-speaker stereo system and a wireless smartphone charging pad.

Looking at storage, the EQB has a good amount of cubby space in its centre console. It has well-sized door bins and large glovebox providing plenty of room for bags, water bottles, sunglasses and wallets.


Mercedes-Benz EQB infotainment screen displaying rear parking sensor with park assist function on screen

The EQB has advanced technology in abundance for every need, from comfort and convenience to driver aids. The two 10-inch digital displays provide driving information and infotainment system access. It features a voice assistant function and smartphone connectivity.

Sat nav comes as standard, and the EQB can find the most battery-efficient routes or the closest and fastest charging points.

Other helpful tech includes brake assist, speed limit assist, lane keeping assist and adaptive cruise control.

For added convenience, the EQB includes foldable, adjustable mirrors.


In its Euro NCAP test, the EQB scored a full five-star rating. It has impressive individual categories, scoring 95% and 91% for adult and child occupancy respectively.

Other EQB safety features include anti-lock brakes, stability control and airbags throughout. It includes front-impact, side-impact, overhead and knee airbags. In addition, seatbelt pre-tensioners automatically tighten to ensure optimal seating position in the event of a collision.

An Urban Guard pack comes with Mercedes’ Connect mobile car management app. Thia provides alerts to break-ins, theft or position changes.

The EQB is a particularly family-friendly SUV with four ISOFIX child seat holders in the second and third-row seats. A child seat or baby carrier can also be attached to the front passenger seat.

Trims available on the Mercedes Benz EQB

AMG Line

The entry-level trim includes 18-inch alloy wheels, front and rear LED headlight band, cruise control, climate control, front and rear parking sensors with reversing camera. It has heated front seats with four-way lumbar support, MBUX widescreen cockpit with two 10.25-inch displays. The first is for the driver and other is for media and satnav, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 64-colour ambient lighting and privacy glass.

Mercedes-Benz EQB AMG Line Premium

The AMG Line Premium adds a range of luxury touches to the standard AMG Line. It includes 19-inch alloy wheels, electrically operated panoramic glass sunroof, keyless entry, wireless phone charging and the Mercedes-Benz Advanced Sound System.

Mercedes-Benz EQB AMG Line Premium Plus

The top-of-the-range AMG Line Premium Plus trim adds 20-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels and electrically adjustable damping suspension for the ultimate in luxury electric SUV driving experiences.

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Frequently asked questions

Q. How much does a used Mercedes-Benz EQB cost?

A. We have 14 used Mercedes-Benz EQB cars in stock ranging from £35,998 to £54,798.

Q. How much is car tax for a used Mercedes-Benz EQB?

A. The Mercedes-Benz EQB car tax starts from free per year for the models in stock.

Q. What is the average mileage on a used Mercedes-Benz EQB?

A. The average mileage on a used Mercedes-Benz EQB in stock is 240 miles.

Q. Which transmission options are available with the Mercedes-Benz EQB?

A. Currently in stock, the Mercedes-Benz EQB is available in Automatic.

Q. What different fuel types are available for the Mercedes-Benz EQB?

A. Of the Mercedes-Benz EQB used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Electric.

Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the Mercedes-Benz EQB?

A. The most popular engine sizes in the Mercedes-Benz EQB we have in stock are .

Q. What are the most popular colours in the Mercedes-Benz EQB range?

A. The Mercedes-Benz EQB is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are Grey, Blue

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Cash Price £35998
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