The Mercedes was literally electrified, the EQC SUV was followed by the EQV, then the EQA, and the EQS revealed its charms just in time for our closing. In vain, well, they flew in, but luckily there was also traditional ammunition left in the arsenal, giving a chance to those who don’t want to say goodbye to the well-proven internal combustion technique yet.
One involuntarily seeks a parallel with the GLA leisure car in the standard model range, which in our case is the 220 d version following the principle of 190 hp power identity. Unsurprisingly, the diesel “half-brother” is better than the novelty following the green philosophy in several important respects: on the one hand it is HUF 5.8 million cheaper at the list price, and on the other hand it weighs a lot 4! Here and now, of course, the reasonableness of the type choice is not authoritative, but a data or two can help to better portray the EQA.
As far as everyday use is concerned, the full charge range is somewhere around 400 km (NEDC standard 486, the more lifelike WLTP is 426 km), with a calm, intense acceleration-free drive of 16-19 kWh / 100 km of energy consumption. Consistent with the topographic conditions, it consumes and recharges strongly in contrast to the underfloor colonies, presumably this will be one of the most important behavioral traits that the EQA owner can play with in the long run. A great help is the engine braking effect that can be calibrated with the shift tabs, here you can select from four types of characters from freewheeling to almost nodding deceleration – clever, but it requires getting used to it. How efficient we were in the smart car equivalent of farming can be checked in the instrument panel menu showing the extent of recuperation.
For the time being, the chunky own weight is an unavoidable corollary of electric driving. When driving on a flat section or just a slight maneuver, you can’t feel the weight over 2 tons, but when braking harder, passing vigorously at a roundabout, you will let us know your battery life. Aerial movement is therefore excluded, but the EQA is commendable in terms of homeliness. The atmosphere of the passenger compartment is pleasant, with the exception of the rear center, it fits well, the design is absolutely modern, the functions are easy to interpret. The Rose Gold color concept of the Edition 1 is really special, but chances are it will be more configured by the ladies. I hope at least…
I LIKED IT
• design, quality
• engine brake variations
I DID NOT LIKE
• large own weight
• purchase price
• engine compartment without cover
In an eminent way, the smallest member of the ever-expanding EQ range is able to identify the basic ins and outs of electric driving, and the front-wheel drive version 250 also fits perfectly with the attitude and expression of brand loyalty. It is another matter that almost 20 million should therefore be called.
Mercedes-Benz EQA 250
Max. Power: 140 kW / 190 hp
Max. Torque: 375 Nm
Hossz./szél./mag.: 4463/1834/1620 mm
Wheelbase: 2729 mm
Track front / rear: 1585/1584 mm
Turning circle: 11.4 m
Weight / load capacity: 2040/430 kg
Luggage compartment: 340-1320 l
Battery capacity: 66.5 kWh
Acceleration 0-100 km / h: 8.9 s
Maximum speed: 160 km / h
Average consumption: 17.7-19.1 kWh / 100 km
The base price of the model: HUF 19,372,000
Source: Autó-Motor by www.automotor.hu.
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