Mercedes EQE Review

Price: £76,450-£88,450

Electrifying.com score

8/10

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The mid-size Merc fills a bit of a gap in the electric car market, and is sure to be popular with company car drivers. But is the saloon format what buyers want?


  • Battery size: 90 kWh
  • Electric cost/month: £30
  • E-Rating™: A+

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  • Emissions: 0 g/km
  • Range: 410 miles

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  • Battery size: 90 kWh
  • Electric cost/month: £30
  • E-Rating™: A+

    Click here to find out more about our electric car Efficiency Rating.​

  • Emissions: 0 g/km
  • Range: 410 miles
  • Mercedes EQE rear tracking
  • Mercedes EQE front static
  • Mercedes EQE rear three quarters static
  • Mercedes EQE rear seats, white leather and sunroof
  • Mercedes EQE front three quarter action, white car, German registration
Driven and reviewed by Electrifying.com・ Published: 26/01/2022・Updated: 28/10/2022

Ginny Says

“Mercedes finally seems to be getting its electric car act together and producing models which can rival the best of the rest. The EQE looks like a fine effort too, but how many buyers really want a saloon these days rather than an SUV or hatch?”

Nicki Says

“I was left a bit confused when I drove the EQS recently, as I expected a wafty limo but instead got something which drove like a sporty hatchback. It sounds as though the EQE is more of the same. ”

Mercedes EQE exterior door handle close up

Got questions? We've put together the most frequently-asked topics below. If there's something we haven't answered here or in the review then let us know on our contact page.

Is the Mercedes EQE electric?

Yes, the EQE is a fully-electric Mercedes. It’s built on a brand new platform as shared with the EQS which was designed to be an electric car from the outset.

Is the Mercedes EQE smaller than the EQS?

The EQE is slightly smaller than the EQS. Mercedes is applying a similar naming structure to its electric cars as it does to its combustion-engined models. So, just as the E-Class is smaller than the S-Class, so too is the EQE to the EQS.

What is the range of the Mercedes EQE?

For now there’s just one version of the EQE – the 350+. Mercedes claims a range of between 356 and 394 miles, depending on spec and wheel size. Those are the claimed figures so a real-world estimate would be between 320 and 360 miles.

How much does the Mercedes EQE cost?

Prices kick off at £76,450 for the AMG Line and top out at £88,450 for the Exclusive Luxury model.

Will there be a Mercedes EQE SUV?

Yes, there will. There’s no estate version of the EQE saloon so if you’re looking for more space the SUV version could be the answer. It’ll be a slightly downsized version of the EQS SUV and will arrive in early 2023.

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