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Mercedes EQA buying guide

What Mercedes EQA trim levels are there?

Sport trim opened the range at launch, but was discontinued in 2023. This version is still well-specced, with sat nav, LED headlights, a powered tailgate, man-made leather upholstery and several different ways to connect your phone to the car.

AMG Line adds a sportier appearance inside and out. You’ll need to upgrade to AMG Line Premium to get keyless entry, wireless phone charging, augmented reality navigation and an upgraded sound system. Top-spec AMG Line Premium Plus adds a panoramic sunroof, a head-up display and gesture control for the media screen.

Mercedes EQA interior and technology

We’ve seen the EQA’s interior layout in the A-Class, GLA and CLA, but it’s still premium-feeling and theatrical. It’s hard to know where to look first, as your eyes are drawn to the chrome-rimmed air vents and to the two slim screens. The EQA comes with Mercedes’ large 10-inch screens as standard, one replacing conventional dials and one sorting out all your media, nav and connectivity functions.

The EQA is a £50,000+ car when new, and it comes with a long list of standard equipment to make up for its high price. Materials are universally excellent, too – you won’t feel shortchanged by the interior quality.

Mercedes EQA boot space and dimensions

The Mercedes EQA measures at just under 4.5 metres long, making it a couple of centimetres shorter than the BMW iX1 and a couple of centimetres longer than a Volvo XC40 Recharge. It’s actually marginally longer than the GLA, but that’s only due to having a different body kit – the wheelbase is the same in both cars.

Boot space stands at 340 litres when measured to the parcel shelf, or 435 litres when measured to the roof with the rear seats in place. Flip the rear seats down and you get up to 1,320 litres to fill. The boot opening is nice and wide, and the boot floor is pretty flat when the seats are folded.

Mercedes EQA range explained

(Most popular) Mercedes EQA 250

The EQA 250 might open the lineup, but don’t expect to be limited to short journeys in it. Its 66.5kWh battery enables a 264-mile range, along with a 0-62mph time of under nine seconds. Mercedes now sells an EQA 250+ version with a slightly larger 70.5kWh battery, which seems to have boosted the maximum range figure to 324 miles.

Mercedes EQA 300

Above that is the EQA 300, which features four-wheel drive as standard. It has a slightly more powerful motor – 228hp versus 190hp in the EQA 250 – and a slightly quicker acceleration time. But because it uses the 66.5kWh battery, its range is up to 268 miles.

Mercedes EQA 350

The most powerful EQA 350 model has a powerful 292hp motor and four-wheel drive, enabling a hot-hatch-like acceleration time of six seconds. Its range estimate matches the EQA 300.


All EQAs are five-door, five-seat electric SUVs, and the majority come in AMG Line trim with the entry-level 250 powertrain. Mercedes also sells the EQB, a seven-seater electric car that’s based on the GLB.

Like the GLA, the EQA is a little over 4.4 metres long and two metres wide, so you shouldn’t have any trouble slotting it into a parking space – especially as parking sensors and a reversing camera come as standard. Passenger space is fine but the EQA’s 340-litre boot is nearly 100 litres smaller than the space you get in the GLA.

The Mercedes EQA hasn’t been developed from the ground up to be a purely electric car – it uses adapted architecture from the petrol GLA and A-Class. So space in EV-only rivals is typically a little more generous, but the EQA has plenty of plus points. Its interior is impressive yet familiar, its driving experience is smooth and quiet, and the equipment list is longer than your arm.

Entry-level EQA 250 and 250+ versions are two-wheel drive, while EQA 300 and EQA 350 versions come with Mercedes’ 4Matic four-wheel-drive system.

Mercedes-EQ is the brand’s umbrella term for its electric cars, plus charging and powertrains. EQA reflects the fact that this car is the electric alternative to the GLA and is therefore partly based on the A-Class.

Yes, the Mercedes EQA is only powered by its electric motor(s). It offers a range of at least 264 miles from a full charge and can be recharged at home or out and about.

Brand new, a Mercedes EQA starts from around £52,000 at the time of writing. Scroll up this page to see prices of our used Mercedes EQA cars for sale, which have large savings against a brand-new equivalent.

Tiny body kit size differences aside, the EQA is the same size as the GLA and the two cars have the same wheelbase. Interior space is exactly the same, although the boot space on the GLA is a little bigger than the EQA’s boot space.

Plug your EQA into a 100kW public rapid charger and you’ll top up the battery from 10-80% in 35 minutes or less. At home, where most owners will charge up most of the time, a 7.4kW wallbox will give a full charge from empty in less than 10 hours. If your house or workplace supports 11kW AC charging, that time reduces to around seven hours.