Mercedes-Benz EQB

Mercedes-Benz EQB News in Malaysia

  • 2024 Mercedes-Benz EQB facelift - New looks, up to 292 PS/520 Nm, 536 km

    Alongside the 2024 Mercedes-Benz EQA facelift, the Mercedes-Benz EQB also received an update for 2024. Changes to the EQB largely mirrors the EQA, with revised exterior and interior. Like the EQA facelift, there’s a redesigned black panel featuring a star pattern. The small Mercedes-Benz stars on the grille are now black as the default option with the Progressive package or with the Night Package. Alternatively, with the Electric Art or AMG Line styling packages, they’re finished in chrome. Ther


    Aug 29, 2023

  • Mercedes-Benz says battery EVs still superior, not interested in e-fuels

    Despite the policy U-turn by the European Union to exempt carbon-neutral synthetic fuels (also known as e-fuels) from the trade bloc’s 2035 ban on combustion engines, Mercedes-Benz will maintain its course to phase out combustion engines in favour of battery EVs. When asked by German business publication Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung if Mercedes-Benz welcomes the EU’s exemption of combustion engines running on carbon neutral e-fuels from the 2035 ban, CEO Ola Kallenius said “I think technology


    Apr 27, 2023

  • Mercedes-Benz EQB EV (X243) - Class of one 7-seater EV, but does it actually work?

    Sat behind the wheel of the 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQB 350, cruising down the road at a calm and quiet 90 km/h, a thought comes to mind – this car actually works – and it’s perhaps the only time I’ve ever felt that while driving an EV. In just over 10 years, EVs have gone from fringe rich man’s plaything (think original 2012 Tesla Model S) to the ‘inevitable’ future of mobility. And it has taken half as long for the market to get saturated with every form and size of an inoffensive EV model that com


    Feb 26, 2023

  • Report: Future Mercedes-Benz EVs will not be called EQ anymore

    The next-generation electric vehicles (EV) by Mercedes-Benz, set to arrive at the end of 2024, will reportedly drop the EQ brand name, according to the German daily Handelsblatt. Mercedes-Benz currently markets its EVs under the EQ brand, with the EQC being the first model that was announced in 2016. It has since expanded to include EQA, EQB, EQE, EQS, and SUV models of the last two. Also read: Malaysia will CKD a Mercedes-Benz EQ model in 2023 - first EV from Pekan As Mercedes-Benz plans to bec


    Jan 17, 2023

  • Mercedes-Benz: Malaysia's EV incentives catching up with Thailand, but 5-year plan needed if we're serious

    Mercedes-Benz Malaysia reckons that although Thailand appears to be ahead of the region in terms of policies to boost EV adoption and localization, Malaysia is still more or less on par. “If you are talking about localizing efforts or sales, I think both countries have an equal opportunity at the end of the day to showcase electric vehicles. I would say right now they are more or less on par, in terms of bringing more electric vehicle models, in terms of sales adoption, so let’s wait and see how


    Dec 13, 2022

  • Mercedes-Benz EQB and EQC prices confirmed at RM 329k and RM 389k respectively

    Following their preview in July, we now have the confirmed prices of the Mercedes-Benz EQB and EQC – the EV counterparts of the GLB and popular GLC SUVs. The Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 4Matic starts things off at RM 328,888 and whilst the more powerful Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4Matic comes in at RM 388,888, pretty much the same as the estimated prices announced during the preview. To recap, the imported (CBU) from Germany Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 is powered by two electric motors, one on each axle, making


    Sep 8, 2022

  • Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 7-seater EV SUV previewed in Malaysia, est. price from RM 330k

    Alongside the swoopy Mercedes-Benz EQS, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia has also previewed the Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 4Matic, a 7-seater EV SUV. Think of the EQB as the EV version of the regular Mercedes-Benz GLB. For Malaysia, the sole EQB 350 4Matic is offered and is imported (CBU) from Germany, benefitting from the government’s EV incentives, which includes exemption of import, excise, and road tax, until 31-Dec 2023. The EQB 350 4Matic has an estimated pricing of RM 330,000, on-the-road, excluding ins


    Jul 22, 2022

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