More Powerful Mercedes EQB 350 Launched At Rs. 77.50 Lakh | V3Cars
In December 2022, Mercedes-Benz India launched the EQB 300 in the country along with the GLB SUV. Mercedes-Benz have now launched the EQB 350, which is more powerful than the EQB 300. Read on to know more about the EQB 350 electric SUV.
Mercedes EQB 350 Launched In India
The more powerful EQB 350 replaces the old EQB 300 that went on sale in the country earlier. How much more powerful, you ask? The EQB 350 produces 292PS of power and 520Nm of torque, which is 64PS and 130Nm more than the EQB 300. However, its twin electric motors draw power from the same 66.5kWh battery pack as before. Despite that, its claimed range remains the same as the EQB 300, which is up to 423km on a single charge.
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At Rs. 77.50 lakh, the EQB 300 is Rs. 3 lakh more expensive than the launch price of the EQB 300. For the added performance, we think the EQB 350 easily justifies its added premium. Furthermore, the EQB 350 is the only electric vehicle in the country that offers 3 rows of seats.
Mercedes EQB 350 Design Details
The Mercedes EQB gets an enclosed grille flanked by connected headlights. Towards the side, the EQB resembles the GLB while its rear profile gets connected LED tail lights, giving it a unique identity. The inside of the EQB is similar to that of the GLB SUV. The dashboard comes with a twin-screen setup — like in all new Mercedes models. However, the EQB comes with blue ambient lighting for the dashboard, AC vents and door cards.
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Mercedes EQB 350 Features And Charging
In terms of features, the EQB 350 offers the latest Mercedes Benz User Interface (MBUX) with twin-connected screens, wireless phone charging, configurable ambient lighting, split-folding 2nd- and 3rd-row seats, LED headlights and connected LED tail lights. On the charging front, the EQB 350 can replenish its battery pack from 10-80% in 32 minutes via a 100kW DC fast charger. A 11kW AC home charger, on the other hand, takes 6.25 hours for a 10-100% charge.