Yes ,it sits above the more compact, crossover Mercedes EQA and seven-seater EQB – the latter of which will be hitting roads soon – while the ultra-luxury Mercedes EQS arrives later in 2021 and will provide a prestigious sedan EV experience,the EQC price starts at £65,720 (around $92,000 / AU$120,000), however the model we drove – the catchily named *deep breath* EQC 400 4MATIC AMG Line Premium Plus – came in at £76,990 (around $108,000 / AU$141,000″
But Currently the EQC isn’t available in a number of regions, including North America, but we expect Mercedes to expand its electric car line-up to more countries in the nearest future.
But i think there’s good head room in the front, and generally good legroom too, but we did find the driver-side footwell to be a little cramped. The footrest for our left leg felt too slender and the overall space afforded for your feet was a touch on the small side for what we really like.
And we also noticed the manual-slide sunroof cover – no automatic electric movement here – felt a little cheap and flimsy,It’s a minor point, but if you’re someone who likes to open and close the cover frequently, you may be disappointed with its tactility”
Plus tge sloping roof line at the rear looks great from the outside, but what it means when inside the Mercedes EQC is the rear window is quite shallow and it’s reducing visibility of the car.
Thehe EQC comes equipped with an excellent rear view camera, offering high quality video, It also has a nice party trick, as it’s hidden behind the Mercedes logo on the back of the car, with the badge popping out when the camera is needed, and then returning to its flush position when not in use.
“This has allowed Mercedes to design a sleeker rear to the EQC, which again plays nicely into the overall premium styling of the car”