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    Mercedes-Benz USA Announces Pricing and Packaging Options for All-New EQS SUV

      Mercedes-Benz has announced pricing for their top-of-the-line EV SUV EQS starting from $104,400

    Mercedes-Benz first EV built in America is the EQS SUV and their third model built on the Mercedes-EQ architecture. This top-of-the-line Mercedes EV offers space, comfort and connectivity for up to seven passengers and will be offered with a high-level of flexibility to fit a wide range of customers' needs arriving at dealerships fall 2022 with a starting price of $104,400.

    The EQS will come in the following models, EQS 450+ SUV, EQS 450 4MATIC SUV and EQS 580 4MATIC SUV. For the U.S. market these three models will have three trims available. Premium, Exclusive and Pinnacle with each trim level showcases EQ-specific technologies and luxurious features along with a long list of customization options.

    The EQS has an optional third-row seating and electrically adjustable second row seating as standard allowing customers the flexibility, they desire in Mercedes Top of the Line SUV. Mercedes believes this will give everyone the space they desire in the best or nothing focus of Mercedes-Benz.

    The Mercedes EQS 450+ and 450 4MATIC SUV will have a standard 12.8" OLED multimedia touchscreen in Portrait mode for controlling all things inside and outside of the EV. The EQS 580 4MATIC SUV will come with the MBUX Hyperscreen, a 56" curved glass surface that has three displays merged seamlessly under the top glass

    While Mercedes has not released any 450+ or 450 4MATIC interior images yet, it is assumed it will mirror the EQS sedan interior in the lower levels. Image below is of a EQS sedan entry level dash and Portrait OLED screen.

    Mercedes MBUX system extends to the second row for compete comfort control of the rear passengers.

    Mercedes has stated that all three models will come with the latest MBUX software that now offers an intuitive new zero-layer interface, ensuring key applications are always at the top level of the screen so that the driver no longer has to scroll through submenus or give voice commands to access commonly used applications.

    The EQS SUV family will all have the following SUV-specific features within the instrument cluster:

    • Off-road mode which will show the following
      • Steering Angle
      • Suspension height
      • Elevation
      • Geo coordinates
      • Power level
      • and more
      • Additional modes will also be available
    • Heads-up display
      • Customizable to show all features
    • Additional features will be announced as Mercedes gets closer to shipping date

    The Mercedes EQS SUV family will have a new navigation system to work with the new MBUX software. This new EQ-Specific navigation system will seamlessly plan the fastest and most convenient route, including charging stops, and dynamically react to traffic jams or change in driving style.

    This new system will use past data and with the EQ Intelligence look into the future taking into account energy demand calculated for the route traveling. Included in this calculation is the topography, route, ambient temperature, speed, heating and cooling requirements and more such as traffic situations along the planned route, availability of various levels of charging stations, including their availability, capacity and payment functions.

    Mercedes me Charge will come with every EQ EV offering the customers the benefit of truly hassle-free charging experience. A wide variety of charging options will be available to Mercedes me Charge customers offered by various providers. EQS SUV customers will receive the first two years complimentary Mercedes me Charge access via Electrify America where the EQS SUV drivers will have unlimited 30-minute DC Fast charging sessions across North America once account activation is done. Mercedes says this is part of their Ambition 2039 plan to be a global EV only auto company with complete neutral CO2 production.

    The EQS SUV depending on configuration will have up to 536 HP from their progressive electric powertrain and will exceed every expectation for their customers in comparison to the Flagship S-Class segment.

    EPA range figures are as follows:

    • EQS 450+ 305 miles of range per charge
    • EQS 450 & 580 4MATIC SUVs will have 285 miles of range per charge

    The 2023 EQS SUVs arriving at Dealerships fall of 2022 will have the following Trim Levels as a glance:

    The above prices exclude the required $1,150 destination and delivery charge.

    More details will follow as Mercedes gets closer to shipping. For all the current details Mercedes says to visit their web site.

    Luxury Cars - Sedans, SUVs, Coupes & Wagons | Mercedes-Benz USA (mbusa.com)

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    2 hours ago, David said:

    talk about a styling failure when at a quick glance one cannot tell the difference.

    That's absolutely no different than glancing at an XT4/XT5 or CT4/CT5/CT6. That's how these luxury automakers have been doing it for well over a decade now. Mercedes isn't the only one guilty of their family of vehicles sharing a very similar design language. 

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    21 minutes ago, ccap41 said:

    That's absolutely no different than glancing at an XT4/XT5 or CT4/CT5/CT6. That's how these luxury automakers have been doing it for well over a decade now. Mercedes isn't the only one guilty of their family of vehicles sharing a very similar design language. 

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    True, yet at least Cadillac to me has a better generic style than the Mercedes EQ series of auto's. Has to be one of the worst ever I think.

    I am hoping we see better with the Cadillac EV line.

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    25 minutes ago, David said:

    True, yet at least Cadillac to me has a better generic style than the Mercedes EQ series of auto's. Has to be one of the worst ever I think.

    I am hoping we see better with the Cadillac EV line.

    Yeah, the EQ line is not very attractive, in my eyes either. 

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    I think the EQ look works better on the SUVs than it does the sedans.  

    I sort of like the regular screen more than the hyper screen because you get wood trim on the dash and actual materials, just not a mega screen.  I do like having buttons and things to touch and not having all the controls in a screen like Tesla does.  Although the piano black in the center console of non-hyper screen cars is lame, piano black sucks in all cars, it looks bad and attracts fingerprints, they should have an option to replace that with wood trim like in the hyper screen car.

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    Mercedes EV styling is horrendous. SUV or sedan, no difference in the amount of horrendousness. 

    Actually, nothing they sell now, ICEV or EV, could be considered as pleasant.

    In recent years, they have managed to uglify even their most compelling designs of just a mere decade ago. 

    The only Mercedes vehicles I personally like are the Sprinter vans and all their iterations.

    Electric versions intrigue me.

     

    2023 Mercedes-Benz eSprinter Electric Versatility Platform - rendering

    2023 Mercedes-Benz eSprinter Electric Versatility Platform - rendering

     

    With that said, not very inspiring when the only thing I see myself drive or be driven in is a van.  It wouldnt have been a big deal if we were talking about GMC with its black and dark grey coloured 1983 Vandura from a certain TV show.  But its Mercedes we are talking about.  

    You know, the company that was inspired to do a Formula One 1.6 liter V6 hybrid supercar for the streets.  But they phoqued up the looks of that as well...

    But that is just my lowly opinion. Many folk love the modern look of a Mercedes-Benz.

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    I still think Mercedes' ICE sedans and SUVs look plenty good. Those EV sedans and SUVs though... are rough to look at. They just went as bland as they possibly could have with damn near literal jellybean styling. 

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    The ICE cars look better than the EV's.  I think most car companies feel they need to make EV's look futuristic or different so early adopters buy them or they scream EV.  But people like how the S-class looks, they like the GLE, just make the electric versions look like that.  I think Ford did that well with the Lightning, the F150 formula works, no need to mess it up, they know buyers like the F150, you don't have to reinvent it.  

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    3 hours ago, smk4565 said:

    The ICE cars look better than the EV's.  I think most car companies feel they need to make EV's look futuristic or different so early adopters buy them or they scream EV.  But people like how the S-class looks, they like the GLE, just make the electric versions look like that.  I think Ford did that well with the Lightning, the F150 formula works, no need to mess it up, they know buyers like the F150, you don't have to reinvent it.  

    At the same time, give an EV style and it will sell well, just look at the success that the Kia and Hyundai EVs are having.

    Out of all the German brands, VW is Blah, Mercedes is Blah, BMW is butt ugly, Audi is the only one with a style that is nice and fits in with the ICE family. That same approach can win and that is why I think the Chevrolet EVs will do well. Be interesting to see what else Ford brings out and Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep/Ram as well as Buick/GMC. We know the style of Cadillac.

    Will be an interesting rest of this decade to see how the EV wars play out.

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    10 hours ago, David said:

    At the same time, give an EV style and it will sell well, just look at the success that the Kia and Hyundai EVs are having.

    I feel like that's because they didn't just make them quirky just to be quirky. For the most part, they look like regular small SUVs. 

    11 hours ago, David said:

    Audi is the only one with a style that is nice and fits in with the ICE family. That same approach can win and that is why I think the Chevrolet EVs will do well.

    I don't think GM is exactly doing the same with Chevy EVs. 

    Silverado vs Silverado EV and Equinox vs Equinox EV, you can clearly tell the EV version is quite different. I completely disagree that they're taking the same approach as Audi. 

    The Blazer is different, too, but their "grille" area was given a little more of a "conventional" approach...just by blacking it out. 

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    2 hours ago, ccap41 said:

    I feel like that's because they didn't just make them quirky just to be quirky. For the most part, they look like regular small SUVs. 

    I don't think GM is exactly doing the same with Chevy EVs. 

    Silverado vs Silverado EV and Equinox vs Equinox EV, you can clearly tell the EV version is quite different. I completely disagree that they're taking the same approach as Audi. 

    The Blazer is different, too, but their "grille" area was given a little more of a "conventional" approach...just by blacking it out. 

    Agree that the whole Quirky to be Quirky is over for most buyers and that Kia and Hyundai choose to stay close to their current styling.

    I feel for GM, they started the Style of the EV on their ICE and the EV is the next generation of it. Much like how Cadillac started with Arts & Science style and evolved that before the blah current design of the CUV/SUV. 

    I do like the new style of the LYRIQ EVs.

    Will be interesting to see how things evolve this decade as the auto industry moves into EVs and air streaming for battery efficiency plays out.

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    6 hours ago, David said:

    Agree that the whole Quirky to be Quirky is over for most buyers and that Kia and Hyundai choose to stay close to their current styling.

    I feel for GM, they started the Style of the EV on their ICE and the EV is the next generation of it. Much like how Cadillac started with Arts & Science style and evolved that before the blah current design of the CUV/SUV. 

    I do like the new style of the LYRIQ EVs.

    Will be interesting to see how things evolve this decade as the auto industry moves into EVs and air streaming for battery efficiency plays out.

    What I am wondering is if any of the mainstream brands can top Tesla, or if Tesla will eventually bring out some cheaper models and just put several legacy car companies out of business.  

    So far in 2022 the Model Y and Model 3 each outsell any product from Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda or Subaru.  The Model Y is outselling the Explorer and Wrangler and is on pace with the Equinox.  And the Model Y is like a $60,000 car.  We've seen how pitiful the sales volumes are on stuff like the iD4, the EV6 and Ionic 5 are pretty low and slowing in sales already, Nissan Ariya is a bust waiting to happen.  So how do those companies survive when they are EV only?  They are going to need cars like the Ionic 5 selling 200,000 units a year, and they are struggling to hit 25k units a year.

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    17 minutes ago, smk4565 said:

    What I am wondering is if any of the mainstream brands can top Tesla, or if Tesla will eventually bring out some cheaper models and just put several legacy car companies out of business.  

    So far in 2022 the Model Y and Model 3 each outsell any product from Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda or Subaru.  The Model Y is outselling the Explorer and Wrangler and is on pace with the Equinox.  And the Model Y is like a $60,000 car.  We've seen how pitiful the sales volumes are on stuff like the iD4, the EV6 and Ionic 5 are pretty low and slowing in sales already, Nissan Ariya is a bust waiting to happen.  So how do those companies survive when they are EV only?  They are going to need cars like the Ionic 5 selling 200,000 units a year, and they are struggling to hit 25k units a year.

    So again you do not look at the big picture. The Kia and Hyundai only just this year started production and sales. The EV credit being up in the air for those not produced here, sales are solid.

    Tesla is not all that and I have posted about this before as Musk is an Idiot in thinking he can speak the trash out of his mouth and not affect the company. Many are turned off from Tesla. On top of this is Tesla always being 3 to 5 years late in actually delivering product and this year the company even said they have no interest in producing a cheaper model at this time.

    Then add in that NO ONE has brought on massive battery capacity yet and are just starting production. VW  also only started local production this year to make more ID EVs. 

    You have a perfect Chicken and Egg issue here where companies are working to bring online both production of EVs and Battery capacity. Once all gets up to speed and any component shortages which even Tesla has been affected by are ironed out and then we will see true competition.

    Wait and see before you speak the same trash that Tesla is it and Musk is god crap.

    Your FAILED Mercedes has NOT Delivered on The Best or Nothing in the EV industry. Currently Next to NOTHING!

    No the EQS is not a Volume production auto for the masses, EQE only last month started production here in the U.S. and is not even to dealerships yet. EQB is not even here and struggling to get going in Europe and Asia.

    What is the Excuse for Mercedes Failure?

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    2 hours ago, David said:

    Many are turned off from Tesla.

    And yet many more love them. Their sales really are impressive for a four vehicle lineup. 

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    2 hours ago, ccap41 said:

    And yet many more love them. Their sales really are impressive for a four vehicle lineup. 

    Yes, but even on my company Slack channel for social-autos it is amazing to see people post how fed up they are with Tesla. The sales process to repairs under warranty. Clearly Tesla needs a Leader who can focus on the business and communicate with out bringing in their own personal agenda.

    Elon Musk’s Antics Turn Owners and Would-Be Buyers Against Tesla (yahoo.com)

    As I posted this in Random, will now also post it here. People are holding off and waiting for other OEMs. Tesla might have the backlog on sales, but I would question just how well they will do in 2023 as other OEMs get both battery capacity and auto production online in quantity.

    We have also see plenty of posts by people for Mach-e that they liked it over Tesla, missed a few things Tesla did, but over all fit n finish to driving was superior in many ways. Now we have plenty of reports by past Tesla owners who have bought the Kia/Hyundai twins and say it is the new standard.

    I am willing to bet this time next year, Tesla will not be in the same position it is today.

    Like with Politicians, the public is fed up and with Musk, this is becoming very clear, the public is getting fed up and the love of Tesla is being affected.

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    1 minute ago, David said:

    Yes, but even on my company Slack channel for social-autos it is amazing to see people post how fed up they are with Tesla. The sales process to repairs under warranty. Clearly Tesla needs a Leader who can focus on the business and communicate with out bringing in their own personal agenda.

    It isn't like GM's EV rollout has been any smoother, Bolt and Hummer issues. 

    3 minutes ago, David said:

    As I posted this in Random, will now also post it here. People are holding off and waiting for other OEMs. Tesla might have the backlog on sales, but I would question just how well they will do in 2023 as other OEMs get both battery capacity and auto production online in quantity.

    Oh i completely agree with you here. I'm just saying that Tesla has still been crushing it. Without a doubt, I believe their sales will stumble once there are 30-50 other EV options available. 

    But, right now, they clearly are the winners with their infrastructure. Every single review I've watched of non-Teslas complain about the charging network and how piss-poor the systems are compared to the simplicity of Tesla's. 

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    29 minutes ago, ccap41 said:

    It isn't like GM's EV rollout has been any smoother, Bolt and Hummer issues. 

    Oh i completely agree with you here. I'm just saying that Tesla has still been crushing it. Without a doubt, I believe their sales will stumble once there are 30-50 other EV options available. 

    But, right now, they clearly are the winners with their infrastructure. Every single review I've watched of non-Teslas complain about the charging network and how piss-poor the systems are compared to the simplicity of Tesla's. 

    True, there are plenty of challenges for all OEMs right now as they enter into the EV world.

    Tesla is the leader, but I will be surprised if by the end of 2023 they still are especially with how well Kia/Hyundai has been doing. GM/Ford should have paid attention to the details like Kia/Hyundai did for their EVs. 

    I admit that the dealership experience even at Kia/Hyundai has been up and down like everyone else. Some Dealerships are all in on EV and others hate em. So, this will still be a problem I believe over this decade during the transition.

    I expect more dealerships to get in line with the OEMs once they have like you said 30 to 50 alternative EVs available to sell and customers look at going EV.

    GM family of EVs all include a 220V charger installed in one's garage or you get a charging card for the first 3 years if you are in an Apartment or condo and have no way to have the charger.

    Pretty much anywhere you are, the world is in a catch up with charging for EVs.

    We Took Australia’s Cheapest EV on a 1,000km Road Trip and We Have Some Thoughts (msn.com)

    While this story is interesting, I do have to shake my head at the person. It does prove that not all charging is fast or working and also there is much for the public to learn about to ensure that they can be successful with an EV.

    I rented an electric car for a 4-day road trip. I spent more time charging it than I did sleeping. | Fox Business

    I will say that I think GM is right in having this FYI website for EVs.

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    5 hours ago, David said:

    So again you do not look at the big picture. The Kia and Hyundai only just this year started production and sales. The EV credit being up in the air for those not produced here, sales are solid.

    Tesla is not all that and I have posted about this before as Musk is an Idiot in thinking he can speak the trash out of his mouth and not affect the company. Many are turned off from Tesla. On top of this is Tesla always being 3 to 5 years late in actually delivering product and this year the company even said they have no interest in producing a cheaper model at this time.

    Then add in that NO ONE has brought on massive battery capacity yet and are just starting production. VW  also only started local production this year to make more ID EVs. 

    You have a perfect Chicken and Egg issue here where companies are working to bring online both production of EVs and Battery capacity. Once all gets up to speed and any component shortages which even Tesla has been affected by are ironed out and then we will see true competition.

    Wait and see before you speak the same trash that Tesla is it and Musk is god crap.

    Your FAILED Mercedes has NOT Delivered on The Best or Nothing in the EV industry. Currently Next to NOTHING!

    No the EQS is not a Volume production auto for the masses, EQE only last month started production here in the U.S. and is not even to dealerships yet. EQB is not even here and struggling to get going in Europe and Asia.

    What is the Excuse for Mercedes Failure?

    I agree that we haven’t seen true competition yet but buyers are spending $50k on small Hyundai and VW crossovers and I suspect they never will.  Do either they need to get the iD4 and Ioniq 5 down under $35,000 like the Equinox EV or they are screwed.

    Mercedes EQB, EQS,EQS SUV are available at dealers now, EQE by the end of the year and EQE SUV early next year.  That will be 5 EV’s on sale, they are moving as fast or faster than anyone else.  

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    Tesla has sold 300,000 Model 3/Y so far on 2022 in the USA.  EV6 and Ioniq5 combined for 36,000.  I wouldn’t say Hyundai/Kia are doing well when getting outsold 9 to 1 and Hyundai just lost the tax credit and Tesla is about to get it back.

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    2 minutes ago, smk4565 said:

    I agree that we haven’t seen true competition yet but buyers are spending $50k on small Hyundai and VW crossovers and I suspect they never will.  Do either they need to get the iD4 and Ioniq 5 down under $35,000 like the Equinox EV or they are screwed.

    Mercedes EQB, EQS,EQS SUV are available at dealers now, EQE by the end of the year and EQE SUV early next year.  That will be 5 EV’s on sale, they are moving as fast or faster than anyone else.  

    Yes low prices will allow more to move to EVs.

    Wrong, Mercedes has only the EQS sedan at dealerships. There is NO EQB or EQS SUV at least here on the west coast as the dealerships show none in inventory. They do have pre-orders that are being taken along with the EQE SUV that is supposed to be on dealership lots by the end of this year.

    I also just checked the mbusa.com website and for new vehicles, the only available inventory is for the EQS sedan. 

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    Even if I go by class there is no EQB listed on their website and again as I stated above, pre-orders are being taken, but while Mercedes has stated fall 2022 for importing the EQB into the U.S., there seems to not be any actually here yet.

    Maybe the parts shortage is to blame.

    2 minutes ago, smk4565 said:

    Tesla has sold 300,000 Model 3/Y so far on 2022 in the USA.  EV6 and Ioniq5 combined for 36,000.  I wouldn’t say Hyundai/Kia are doing well when getting outsold 9 to 1 and Hyundai just lost the tax credit and Tesla is about to get it back.

    Again, Tesla has had 3 years to ramp up production of both auto and battery packs. Kia/Hyundai started this year in Korea building for a global market. 36,000 year to date for 2022 sales here is great compared to what GM and others have done in their first year.

    Yes, they are losing their tax credit as to why they are moving production to the U.S. next year. This is even better than the initial actual deliveries of the Mach-e for their first year.

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    12 minutes ago, smk4565 said:

    Mercedes EQB, EQS,EQS SUV are available at dealers now, EQE by the end of the year and EQE SUV early next year.  That will be 5 EV’s on sale, they are moving as fast or faster than anyone else.

    It's just unfortunate how they look. 

    I'm a Merc fan but I'd skip right over their lot if I wanted an EV. They're just the worst things to look at. 

    5 minutes ago, smk4565 said:

    Tesla has sold 300,000 Model 3/Y so far on 2022 in the USA.  EV6 and Ioniq5 combined for 36,000.  I wouldn’t say Hyundai/Kia are doing well when getting outsold 9 to 1 and Hyundai just lost the tax credit and Tesla is about to get it back.

    Didn't they JUST start production of them a handful of months ago? I assume production wasn't up to 100% capacity, like everything that's brand new. I think a full year's worth of production would be a much better comparison. 

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    7 minutes ago, David said:

    There is NO EQB or EQS SUV at least here on the west coast as the dealerships show none in inventory.

    There are a lot of EQB's within 100 miles of me but I see zero EQS SUV's within all of Autotrader's reach. 

    https://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-sale/vehicledetails.xhtml?listingId=656795677&allListingType=all-cars&makeCodeList=MB&city=Highland&state=IL&zip=62249&location=&requestId=2281868035&searchRadius=50&seriesCodeList=EQB_CLASS%2CEQS_CLASS&marketExtension=include&isNewSearch=false&showAccelerateBanner=false&sortBy=relevance&numRecords=25&dma=&referrer=%2Fcars-for-sale%2Fall-cars%2Fmercedes-benz%2Fhighland-il-62249%3FrequestId%3D2281868035%26dma%3D%26searchRadius%3D50%26seriesCodeList%3DEQB_CLASS%2CEQS_CLASS%26location%3D%26marketExtension%3Dinclude%26isNewSearch%3Dfalse%26showAccelerateBanner%3Dfalse%26sortBy%3Drelevance%26numRecords%3D25&clickType=listing

     

    This is the closest MB dealer to me. 

    11 minutes ago, David said:

    Even if I go by class there is no EQB listed on their website and again as I stated above, pre-orders are being taken, but while Mercedes has stated fall 2022 for importing the EQB into the U.S., there seems to not be any actually here yet.

    Maybe the parts shortage is to blame.

    If you go to Autotrader, I see plenty in the Seattle area at dealerships. 

    https://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-sale/vehicledetails.xhtml?listingId=657524199&allListingType=all-cars&makeCodeList=MB&seriesCodeList=EQB_CLASS&city=Seattle&state=WA&zip=98101&location=&searchRadius=100&marketExtension=include&isNewSearch=false&showAccelerateBanner=false&sortBy=relevance&numRecords=25&requestId=EQS_CLASS&dma=&referrer=%2Fcars-for-sale%2Fall-cars%2Fmercedes-benz%2Feqb-class%2Fseattle-wa-98101%3Fdma%3D%26searchRadius%3D100%26location%3D%26marketExtension%3Dinclude%26isNewSearch%3Dfalse%26showAccelerateBanner%3Dfalse%26sortBy%3Drelevance%26numRecords%3D25%26requestId%3DEQS_CLASS&clickType=listing

     

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    @ccap41 I did not think to check Autotrader for the EQB. One would think Mercedes if really vested in the EVs would have their website current with models and inventory.

    The EQB is as ugly as the rest of the family. Interesting is why does the local Mercedes dealership website not show this model or inventory but Autotrader does for the EV.

    That I find very interesting and telling of Mercedes upper management and lack of commitment to their EVs when the company website and dealership websites do not show it as an available model.

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    Just now, David said:

    @ccap41 I did not think to check Autotrader for the EQB. One would think Mercedes if really vested in the EVs would have their website current with models and inventory.

    I'd wager good money that there's just too many moving parts for manufacturers to keep accurate inventory numbers for dealerships on their websites. 

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    3 minutes ago, ccap41 said:

    I'd wager good money that there's just too many moving parts for manufacturers to keep accurate inventory numbers for dealerships on their websites. 

    I would give you that as correct, but Mercedes USA does not even list the EQB as a model. That is pretty bad, they have had plenty of time to have updated the website that the EQB is a model you can buy or pre-order.

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