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The EQA is the latest fully electric Mercedes SUV to hit our roads. Mercedes are the first of the big German trio that offers you a crossover compact SUV and it follows through on the example set by its larger predecessor the Mercedes EQC.
We think that the EQA is a great choice for drivers who want an electric vehicle that can fit the entire family and all their luggage in easily and is capable of covering a long distance.
There are currently two models available the EQA 250 Sport and the EQA 250 AMG Line. As standard, the sport includes comfort suspension, LED headlights, and a number of driver assistance systems like lane-keeping assist, blind spot assist and parking assist. You also get a dual 10-inch infotainment centre, which displays the digital instrument panel on one screen and the navigation and smart phone connectivity on the second touchscreen.
Check out all our great Mercedes EQA leasing offers by scrolling up, or filter these using the helpful search tools to narrow the results to match your car or lease term requirements.
At Xcite Car Leasing we work with all of the country's largest vehicle lease funders as well as an extensive network of dealers around the UK in order to get the cheapest EQA lease prices for our customers so you can be sure that when you're looking for a lease car we've worked hard to get you the best deal.
If you are looking for a way to drive a new Mercedes EQA without having to part with a massive lump sum, then leasing may be the best option for you. The monthly payments will stay low for the duration of the lease contract, and at the end of the agreement, you can simply hand the vehicle back to Xcite Car Leasing and you’re free to search for a newer model, or consider extending the lease for a little longer.
Charge time depends on the power of the charger, with a 7kW charger taking around 10 hours to charge from empty to full. To go from 20% to 80%, which is recommended to help preserve the battery, it takes around 50 minutes on a 50kW charger or 30 minutes on a 150kW charger.
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