Mercedes-Benz EQC Leasing
Top 3 Features
Stylish yet familiar design.
High-tech interior features.
Superbly built inside and out.
Why Lease A Mercedes-Benz EQC?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
When it comes to the interior, the Mercedes-Benz EQC has plenty of space for 4 adults to get comfortable and stay that way, even on longer trips. Whether up front or in the back row, head- and legroom is generous, even for taller occupants. There is plenty of space for wallets, keys and phones in the large door pockets. Bottles can fit in any of 4 dedicated cupholders.
The boot space is slightly less impressive, as at 500 litres it trails both the Jaguar I-PACE and Audi e-tron. A standard petrol-powered GLC offers 50 litres more too, despite being slightly shorter. There is still enough space for a few large bags and a month’s worth of groceries in the back of the EQC, and the boot opening is wide and low.
The Mercedes-Benz EQC is available with a twin electric motor set-up which produces 408hp, which is plenty of power. The 80kWh battery pack provides a range of up to 255 miles, putting the EQC right in the middle of its class. As with any electric vehicle, cold weather, enthusiastic driving and liberal use of the interior features can all have a detrimental effect on this figure.
If you are looking to lease an EQC, then it is definitely worth investing in a wallbox for home charging. Charging from 10-100% will take 11 hours compared to more than 40 hours on a standard home 3-pin wall plug. On longer trips, a 110kW rapid charger can get you from 10-80% battery capacity in just 40 minutes. The current 1% benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax band for fully electric vehicles can make the EQC a very savvy leasing choice, compared to petrol- and diesel-powered alternatives.
EQC SUVThe EQC is only available in 5-door midsized SUV form.
The Mercedes-Benz EQC Vs Competitors
The Mercedes-Benz EQC has 500 litres of boot space with the rear seats up. It expands to 1060 litres with them folded down. Both figures trail rivals like the Audi e-tron (660/1725 litres) and the Jaguar I-Pace (557/1453 litres). The Tesla Model X trumps them all, with in excess of 2100 litres of boot space depending on seating configuration.
There are 4 trim levels to pick from. The base Sport is already well-equipped but for extra visual flair inside and out, one of the AMG Line options will do the trick.
Yes, every EQC comes with a parking package including a reversing camera. Parking sensors both front and rear are standard, and the infotainment display provides a clear view of the extremities of the car when parking.
The Mercedes-Benz EQC is perfectly suited to transporting 4 adults in comfort and there are plenty of useful storage solutions in the cabin. The boot is slightly less generous for longer trips, but it is easy to load thanks to the wide tailgate opening.
Yes. The EQC may look very similar to other Mercedes SUVs but it is fully electric. Choosing this model to lease over a conventionally powered SUV makes sense for anybody looking for low running costs, an impressively quiet cabin and that instant electric acceleration that makes the EQC so capable in any driving situation.
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