Unlikely before mid-October earliest.
US-built 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV priced from $79,050
Mercedes' mid-size electric SUV reaches dealerships in the spring.
This week I configured an EQE 500 Sedan on the German configurator with the options I would like in the EQE 500 SUV. After converting the amount from Euros to Dollars and deducting VAT the configuration came to about $90K. I am hoping that the SUV is within a few thousand dollars of that number.We've seen the order guide for the EQE Sedan. Anyone know of the same document for the SUV yet? Production isn't that far away for this to still be unknown!
The SUV is slightly less in overall length. Apparently that is factored into the calculation for the turning radius.....Turning circle is even smaller in SUV (11m compared 11.9m in saloon).....
Any idea if the EQE SUV will be offered in any of the 450 versions?
I realize pricing varies by market. Here, using sedan pricing, the step seems to be $11k USD from 350+ to 500 4MATIC.Yes - I suspect that's the case about limited availability, supply chain, semiconductors, etc. What a clever way for a manufacturer to "limit availability" by forcing one to invest another ~$20,000 to have access to the options one wants ;-)