Used Mercedes-Benz EQB Cars in Scotland

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Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 4M 215kW AMG Line Premium 66 +34
350 4M 215kW AMG Line Premium 66.5kWh 5dr Auto

2023

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 6,000

Electric

Mercedes-Benz EQB 300 4M 168kW AMG Line Premium 66 +32
300 4M 168kW AMG Line Premium 66.5kWh 5dr Auto

2022

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 9,681

Electric

Mercedes-Benz EQB EQB 350 66.5kWh AMG Line SUV 5dr +19
EQB 350 66.5kWh AMG Line SUV 5dr Electric Auto 4MATIC (292 ps) AMG body styling,Parking Pack
Finance from £777 per month

2022

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 11,911

Electric

Mercedes-Benz EQB 350 4M 215kW AMG Line Premium 66 +25
350 4M 215kW AMG Line Premium 66.5kWh 5dr Auto

2022

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 12,894

Electric

Mercedes-Benz EQB EQB 350 4M 215kW AMG Line Prem P +5
EQB 350 4M 215kW AMG Line Prem Plus 66.5kWh 5dr At

2023

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 100

Electric

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Why buy a used Mercedes-Benz EQB with Exchange and Mart?

There's a flood of mid-size Crossover electric vehicles out there at present. So any fresh class entrant had better have something fairly unique to offer. Fortunately, this one does: the Mercedes EQB. It's one of what seems like a continual stream of different Mercedes EQ electric models, with the 'B' in this case standing not for the brand's mini-MPV but designating instead something you may already have guessed from a quick glance at this car: the fact that this is the full-battery version of the Stuttgart maker's GLB mid-sized SUV. Engineering and technology-wise, this car shares everything that matters with its smaller EQA hatch stablemate - including a slightly compromised MFA2 chassis not originally designed for EV use. This model hails from quite a different production facility though. Instead of Rastatt in Germany, it's screwed together at Kecskemet in Hungary, where the GLB is built. A change from the original plan, which would have seen the EQB produced in Daimler's French Hambach plant alongside little smart cars. Regardless of provenance though, what we've got here looks as if it might be a smart choice for a forward-thinking family.

About the Mercedes-Benz EQB

We feel much more convinced by this EQB then we did by its EQA stablemate. Mainly because this more versatile design has a unique selling point denied not only to the EQA but to most other mid-sized EVs out there: seven seats. So larger families who lack a lottery win and don't want a converted van can now join the electric vehicle revolution. What'll they find here? The usual eye-catching Mercedes front-of-cabin experience, classy screen technology and the rather smug sense of self satisfaction that comes in having a car with the Three Pointed Star on your driveway. On top of that, the brake regeneration system is excellent. All of which means that right here, right now, this is the best affordable EV Mercedes makes. And that makes it a difficult car to ignore.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.

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