The Mercedes EQB 250+ is Amazing


I’m thoroughly enjoying my time behind the wheel of the Mercedes-Benz EQB 250+ SUV. This sleek and stylish all-electric vehicle packs a punch with its 184 horsepower and 284 pound-feet of torque. What’s even more impressive is its ability to fast charge at a rate of 100 kilowatts, making my journey around the Washington DC metropolitan area a seamless and enjoyable experience.

My exploration took me through the Washington DC Metropolitan Area on I-495, the scenic landscapes of I-270, the Appalachian hills along I-70, the charming town of Hagerstown on I-81, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Throughout my travels, I took advantage of the fast charging capabilities, utilizing EVgo charging stations at Target locations and Electric Alliance Chargers in Hagerstown.

A notable stop in Hancock, Maryland, where I found a ChargePoint fast charger, exemplified the efficiency of electric charging. Going from 20 percent to a full charge in less than an hour enabled me to continue my journey to Silver Spring, Maryland, and eventually to Washington Dulles International Airport.

This electric marvel made my birthday celebration even more special as I embarked on a trip to the Web Summit in Lisbon.

The EQB 250+ is a marvel of German engineering, with 10 percent of its parts sourced from Hungary. As I consider various electric SUV options, including the Audi Q4 and the Tesla Model Y, the Mercedes-Benz EQB stands out with its unique blend of style, technology, handling, and impressive range. Charging it to over 277 miles, surpassing the EPA-rated 245 miles on the GLB 250+, speaks volumes about its capabilities.

With a base price of $52,750, the EQB 250+ comes with several enticing options, such as the panoramic roof, heated front seats, alloy wheels, and the comprehensive Driver Assistant Package. All these additions brought the delivered price to $60,410, making it a worthy investment in electric luxury.

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