Compare 2023 vs 2022 EQB SUV

2023 EQB SUV vs 2022 EQB SUV
2023 EQB SUV 2022 EQB SUV

  Base Model

2023 EQB 250+ SUV 2022 EQB 300 4MATIC® SUV

  Engine

Electric Motor Dual Electric Motors

  Horsepower

188 hp 225 hp

  0-60 Miles Per Hour

8.0 seconds * 7.0 seconds *

  4MATIC® All-Wheel Drive

Optional Standard

  Electric Range

245 miles ** 232 miles **

2023 EQB SUV vs 2022 EQB SUV

Serving Milwaukee, WI

Mercedes-Benz Electric introduced the EQB SUV in 2022, presenting a compact crossover with a design reminiscent of the gas-powered GLB. In 2023, a significant update arrives for the EQB SUV, marking the debut of the base EQB 250+ SUV trim level. The lineup now comprises three options: the EQB 250+ SUV, the EQB 300 4MATIC® SUV, and the EQB 350 4MATIC® SUV, all available in Premium, Exclusive, or Pinnacle sub-trims.

Performance

In 2022, the EQB 300 4MATIC® SUV and EQB 350 4MATIC® SUV featured a dual-motor system generating 225 horsepower and 288 horsepower, respectively, with standard 4MATIC® all-wheel drive. In 2023, these powertrains remain unchanged. The all-new EQB 250+ SUV is the base model, equipped with a single electric motor at the front, producing 188 horsepower. All trims can be fast-charged to 80% capacity in just 32 minutes. When you visit Mercedes-Benz of Milwaukee North, you’ll have the opportunity to test drive all three systems and experience their distinctions firsthand.

Appearance

The exterior design of the 2023 EQB SUV remains consistent. Despite its compact size, this SUV makes a bold statement with its tall roof and smoothly curved hood. Subtle contouring and lower-body molding enhance the sides, while the innovative grille features a double-bar accent on a glossy black background. The narrow LED headlights seamlessly integrate with the grille. Exterior features for the EQB SUV vary based on the chosen sub-trim, potentially including up to 19-inch wheels, a panoramic sunroof, a hands-free liftgate, roof rails, power-folding, and heated side mirrors.

Features

The introduction of the new EQB SUV trim for 2023 does not bring additional features to the table. Across the three sub-trims, both 2023 and 2022 models offer a wealth of features, such as leather upholstery, heated front seats, adaptive cruise control, a heated steering wheel, blind-spot intervention, a navigation system with augmented video, road sign assistance, a head-up display, gesture control, a premium 12-speaker audio system, a wireless device charger, safe exit assist, frontal collision mitigation, driver attention warning, four USB-C ports, a 10.25-inch central display system, voice controls, automated parking, parking sensors, and more.

If you’re eager to experience the luxury of the 2023 EQB SUV and explore the new trim level, visit Mercedes-Benz of Milwaukee North. Discover the available options in our inventory through a test drive and make the most of the EQB SUV’s luxurious offerings.

Images are for illustration purposes only.

* Stated rates of acceleration are based upon manufacturer’s track results and may vary depending on model, environmental and road surface conditions, driving style, elevation and vehicle load.

** EPA estimated driving range with a fully charged battery. Driving range may vary based on model, terrain, temperature, driving style, optional equipment, use of vehicle features, and other factors.