Thrilling New Mercedes-Benz EVs Available Soon in State College, PA

Now you can enjoy refined luxury in a car or SUV without harming the environment. Mercedes-Benz is making thrilling new electric vehicles that perform well, but don't release polluting emissions. They still have the sumptuous materials that Lewistown drivers expect from a Mercedes-Benz vehicle, but they're carbon-neutral to help combat climate change. The new EQS from Mercedes-EQ sedan has already arrived, but the EQB SUV and EQE sedan will also be coming soon to Mercedes-Benz of State College.

Advantages of Driving Electric Vehicles

Since electric vehicles (EVs) don't burn gasoline, they're a cleaner, eco-friendlier form of transportation. Mercedes-Benz EVs have brisk acceleration that help them merge easily into highway traffic in Huntingdon. They also have a longer range than most other electric luxury vehicles. Altoona, PA drivers may also be able to get a rebate of up to $2,000 when they purchase or lease an electric vehicle. Like most Mercedes-Benz vehicles, our electric cars are thoroughly tested for safety and built with inherent safety measures for your protection.

With the current high gas prices, an electric vehicle makes sense because you'll save money every time you drive. You don't have to sacrifice performance with a Mercedes-Benz EV, because they're built with synchronous motors that produce high torque at low speeds. People in DuBois, PA will appreciate our state-of-the-art lithium-ion batteries, which generate more power and have more charging capacity than those from most other automakers. These batteries can be charged at home with a standard electrical outlet or at any one of the thousands of fast-charging stations across the country.

 

New EQS From Mercedes-Benz-EQ

You'll enjoy ample oomph when running errands in Lock Haven, PA with the new EQS from Mercedes-Benz-EQ. When properly equipped, this luxury sedan can zip from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds. The EQS comes standard with a 107.8-kWh lithium-ion battery and a single electric motor that make 329 horsepower and 419 pound-feet of torque. Its optional powertrain consists of the same battery and two electric motors that combine for 516 horsepower and 631 pound-feet of torque. You can charge the new EQS at home using a 240-volt electrical adapter or at public charging stations. Altoona drivers can go up to 350 miles on a single charge in base EQS models.

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New Mercedes-Benz EQB

If you prefer SUVs, the new Mercedes-Benz EQB is a small luxury crossover that comes standard with all-wheel drive. Its powertrain is comprised of a 67-kWh battery pack and an electric motor at each axle that put out 225 horsepower in base models and 288 horses in higher trims. The EQB can be charged from 10% to 100% in less than six hours using a high-powered 240-volt home charging station. People in Lewistown can charge the EQB from 10% to 80% in only 32 minutes at DC fast-charging units.

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New Mercedes-Benz EQE

If you'd prefer a smaller electric car than the EQS, we suggest the new Mercedes-Benz EQE. This EV comes with a 90.6-kWh battery pack and a single electric motor that together make 288 horsepower and 391 pound-feet of torque. Altoona, PA drivers who want strong passing power will like that the EQE can get from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.6 seconds. You can charge the EQE from 10 to 80 percent in only 31 minutes using a DC fast charger.

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These are just some of the electric vehicles that will be available soon at Mercedes-Benz of State College. Contact us to pre-arrange a test drive in one as soon as it arrives!

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