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Mercedes-Benz EQA

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480

Kilometres - electric-only range (ADR81/02)[1]

100

kW max. charging capacity (DC)

30

Charging time in minutes at rapid charging stations**

**Minimum charging time at a public direct current (DC) charging station, charging at a continuous rate of 100kW from 10% to 80% battery capacity. Charging times can vary depending on many factors including but not limited to ambient conditions, auxiliary consumables (e.g. seat heating and air-conditioning) and capabilities of charging infrastructure capacity and/or supply.

[1] The declared energy consumption figures and range figures are determined by testing under standardised laboratory conditions in accordance with ADR 81/02. The energy consumption and range figures stated are for the purposes of comparison amongst vehicles tested under the same technical procedures only. Real world energy consumption and range figures may vary and is influenced by many additional factors such as, individual driving style, load, traffic, ambient temperature and vehicle condition.

Charging options


Simply charge. Everywhere.

Charging batteries has never been so easy: whether at home with the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox or out and about at numerous charging stations such as at shopping centres or service stations.

Charging options


Simply charge. Everywhere.

Charging batteries has never been so easy: whether at home with the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox or out and about at numerous charging stations such as at shopping centres or service stations.

The image shows charging the Mercedes-Benz EQC at a public charging station.
The video shows the charging process at the Mercedes-EQ at a public charging station.
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Charge at home with the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox.

The image shows the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox Home and a person who would like to charge the EQA from Mercedes-EQ at home.

Charge at home with the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox.

Fully charge the EQA while you sleep at night – the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox Home makes it possible. Charge your EQA with a maximum charging capacity of 11kW*, delivering speeds much faster than at a conventional household power outlet.

*Figures are indicative only and assume a new battery with a starting temperature and outside ambient temperature of 23 degrees Celsius. Figures do not take into account use of auxiliary vehicle functions such as air-conditioning, heating, seat heating and pre-cooling, and displays. Charging times can vary depending on many factors including but not limited to ambient conditions, auxiliary consumables (e.g. seat heating and air-conditioning) and capabilities of charging infrastructure capacity and/or supply.

Charge up while out and about at an increasing number of public charging stations.

The image shows the new EQA from Mercedes-EQ, which is being charged at a charging station en route. Two people are waiting next to the vehicle during the charging process.

Charge up while out and about at an increasing number of public charging stations.

You can charge your EQA at any number of public alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) charging stations. At public AC charging stations you can charge your vehicle using the standard charging cable provided with the EQA. Public DC charging stations have a charging cable already fitted.

EQ&A


Your most important questions on electric driving.

EQ&A


Your most important questions on electric driving.

    • Real electric range

      Why is the real electric range often less than specified?

      The electric range varies depending on individual driving behaviour, the route profile and environmental factors. You can travel on electric power further if you use ECO Assist to drive with foresight and take advantage of the recuperation and/or gliding function. Auxiliary equipment such as seat heating or the climate control system also has an impact on range.

    • AC and DC charging technology

      What is the difference between AC and DC charging technology?

      Basically, the batteries of electrified vehicles can only be charged with direct current (DC). However, all household sockets, the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox, the innogy eBox professional, the innogy eBox smart and most public charging stations supply alternating current (AC), as do "high-voltage sockets". To make charging possible, vehicles are equipped with an on-board charger – an AC/DC rectifier. It converts the alternating current into the required direct current. It facilitates charging capacities of 1.8 kW to 11 kW – depending on the AC source.

    • Environmental friendliness

      How environmentally friendly are electric cars really?

      How environmentally friendly the vehicle is used depends greatly on your driving and charging behaviour. Among other things, the electricity you charge the vehicle with also plays a significant role, i.e.: is it actually being charged with "green" electricity or an energy mix? Many public charging stations are supplied with green electricity, and a green electricity contract for domestic users is often only a few clicks away.