Mercedes-Benz EQB – Review, Specs, Pricing, Features, Videos and More Staff
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The EQB is an all-electric companion to the compact Mercedes-Benz GLB SUV. The EQB ditches the GLB’s 2.0-liter turbocharged engine in favor of a dual motor setup that makes either 225 hp or 288 hp. Power is sent to all four wheels in either model and delivers impressive levels of torque.

Unlike a lot of the EQ family members, the EQB features rather conventional styling. A somewhat trained eye is needed to tell it and the GLB apart.

Refreshed 2024 Mercedes-Benz EQB Adds Plug & Charge

A few changes to the Mercedes-Benz EQB should make it an even stronger competitor.

The Mercedes-Benz EQB might just be a gas-powered crossover converted to an EV, but that doesn’t mean that Mercedes-Benz can’t continue to refine and make the model competitive until it’s replaced by an all-new modular EV-biased platform. For 2024, Mercedes-Benz has updated its EQB compact crossover with some goodies that make the EV driving and charging experience more seamless.

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2023 Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 4MATIC Review

Of the numerous cars that share its platform, the GLB is my favorite baby Mercedes-Benz.

It’s easy to like: boxy-cool, smooth to drive, available in the quasi-hot-hatch AMG 35 guise. Mercedes’ electric vehicles have been well-received here at AutoGuide, too. So by all means, the 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 4MATIC should be just the sort of small-ish, family-friendly EV the market needs, right?

Not exactly. The EQB does a lot of things well, but there are some shortcomings this electric conversion has produced, and the price Mercedes is asking is—pardon the pun—shocking.

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Detailed Specs


$54,500 - $58,050


Dual Motor


188-288 hp


284-384 lb-ft.




Single-Speed Automatic

Efficiency (city/hwy)


Cargo Capacity

16.4-17.4 cu ft. Staff Staff

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