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2024 Mercedes-Benz EQE Maintains Pricing While Offering Enhanced Features

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2024 Mercedes-Benz EQE

As it enters its second year in the market, the Mercedes-Benz EQE, an electric midsize sedan, has received several updates and additional standard features. Remarkably, these enhancements come without any increase in price.

The base model of the 2024 EQE, the EQE 350+, has a starting price of $76,050, consistent with last year’s pricing. This model offers rear-wheel drive, and for those seeking an upgrade to all-wheel drive, a dual-motor setup is available for an additional $3,000.

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Progressing up the range, the EQE 500 is equipped with all-wheel drive as a standard feature, with its starting price set at $87,050. At the top end of the spectrum sits the high-performance AMG EQE, also featuring standard all-wheel drive, beginning at $108,050.

These prices include a $1,150 destination charge.

The 2024 version introduces a revamped braking system, which Mercedes claims enhances the braking experience. Additionally, efficiency improvements have been made, notably through a new heat pump that optimizes performance in colder conditions and a feature that switches from all-wheel drive to two-wheel drive when additional traction is unnecessary.

2024 Mercedes-Benz EQE

While Mercedes has not released range estimates for the 2024 EQE with its standard 90.6-kWh battery, the 2023 model achieves a maximum range of 305 miles in its EQE 350+ variant.

New standard features for this year include the Mercedes Star Panel Grille, an automatic charging port door, 20-inch wheels, and an EQ-specific sound experience. The EQE 500 model also now includes the MBUX Hyperscreen digital dashboard as a standard offering.

For the AMG EQE model, the AMG emblem on the hood is now a standard detail. Additional customization options are available, including new colors and trim choices, such as carbon-fiber accents.

The horsepower ratings remain consistent across the models: 288 hp for both the rear-wheel and all-wheel-drive versions of the EQE 350+, 402 hp for the EQE 500, and 617 hp for the AMG EQE (with a temporary increase up to 677 hp).

The EQE continues to be manufactured at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen, Germany.

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ElectricEddie December 28, 2023 - 6:26 am

They didn’t update the HP? kinda disappointed was hoping for more power in the new models.

JennyGreenWheelz December 28, 2023 - 7:24 am

Am I the only one who thinks $76,050 is still a lot for a car? Even if its electric.

SedanLoverSam December 28, 2023 - 9:00 pm

The AMG EQE sounds amazing but 108k is steep, though those carbon-fiber accents are tempting…

TechGuruTina December 28, 2023 - 10:00 pm

MBUX Hyperscreen as standard on the EQE 500? Mercedes isn’t playing around with their tech game!

MikeSpeedRacer December 28, 2023 - 11:31 pm

Wow, Mercedes is really pushing it with the EQE, same price but more stuff? thats a deal.


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