“Mercedes-Benz EQB” Electric Car Goes on Sale in Ukraine

by Anna Gayduk
Friday, November 26, 2021
“Mercedes-Benz EQB” Electric Car Goes on Sale in Ukraine

The electric car will be presented in two versions

Sales of the Mercedes-Benz EQB electric car, which were shown at the IAA Mobility Motor Show in September 2021, have started in Ukraine. According to Autogeek, the electric car will be presented in two versions: EQB 300 4MATIC and EQB 350 4MATIC, and the cost starts at 45.465 and 47.589, respectively.

At market launch, the all-electric compact SUV will be available in the EQB 300 4MATIC with 168 kW (combined cycle power consumption 16.2 kWh/100 km) and the EQB 350 4MATIC with 215 kW (power consumption 16.2 kWh/100 km). The range of each version according to WLTP is 419 km.

The EQB is equipped with a high energy density lithium-ion battery. The maximum battery voltage is 420 V, and with a nominal capacity of about 190 Ah, the useful capacity is 66.5 kWh.

Depending on the charge level (SoC) and battery temperature, the EQB can be charged at up to 100 kW from a suitable charging station. At the same time, the charging time from 10% to 80% of the SoC is only slightly over 30 minutes. And in just 15 minutes, the energy level is replenished to a level sufficient to overcome an additional 150 km (according to WLTP).

For AC and DC charging, the European and US market EQB comes standard with a combined charging system connector located in the right side panel.

Navigation with Electric Intelligence, included as standard, simplifies the use of the EQB in everyday life. The system calculates the fastest route to your destination, taking into account the maximum charging power and the duration of possible charging stops. In addition, when required, navigation with Electric Intelligence will ensure that the high-voltage battery is at the optimum temperature prior to a scheduled recharge stop.

The EQB is equipped with intelligent driving assistance systems. Active Lane Keeping Assist and Active Brake Assist are standard features. The latter is capable of preventing a collision or mitigating its consequences in many critical situations through autonomous braking. In addition, at typical city speeds, the system can brake in front of stationary vehicles and pedestrians crossing the carriageway.

The EQB is equipped with five seats as standard, and a third row of seats with two additional individual seats is available as an option.

Safety systems include retractable head restraints, seat belts with pretensioners and strain reliefs on all seats, as well as side airbags that protect, including the third row passengers.

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