Mercedes Benz EQA


Mercedes started its EV adventure at the posher, pricier end of the spectrum with the EQ and EQS concepts, but now it’s bringing its EV tech to the masses with the EQA – it was a hatchback in the original concept pictures, but more recent photos actually show that it’ll be a jacked-up little crossover (we mean that in the nicest possible way) for production.

The EQA is due later in 2021, but if you’re hot to lease an electric Mercedes in the UK right now, how about the Mercedes EQC for starters. Then check out close competitors the Tesla Model 3, the Nissan Leaf or the Peugeot e-208 instead. Give us a shout on 020 8012 8190 and we’ll get a great lease deal lined up in no time.


328 mi Range | 0 - 62 MPH in 8.6 sec
Well here we have it. The Mercedes EQA, the newest member of Merc's all-electric EQ family. It's a proper lovely compact crossover with brilliant tech like voice control and next-gen driver assistance.

AMG Line

324 mi Range | 0 - 62 MPH in 8.6 sec
The Mercedes EQA AMG Line is just that tad sportier than the EQA Sport (no, we don't understand the naming convention either). It's got added aluminium trims, a panoramic sunroof and even a super fancy head-up display.


The crazy features of the Mercedes EQA
Well here we have it, Mercedes have finally unveiled the final specs of the gorgeous EQA electric crossover. They call it an “electric athlete in compact format”. We call it “bloody lovely”. It’s got voice control. It’s got ambient lighting. Heck, it’s even got intelligent navigation. Oh yeah, and it’s a little stunner. For more specifics on features and EQA lease prices, simply request a quote or give us a call on 020 8012 8190.


Save the world and your wallet
Aside from cleaning up the air and giving you an incredible driving performance, EVs also save you loads a month. Drop us a note or call us on 020 8012 8190 and see how much driving the Mercedes EQA will save you. We’ll calculate all your savings and configure a bespoke Mercedes EQA lease price – without any pressure or salesy business.


Drive your motoring costs in half

The Government want you to drive electric as much as we do. Which is why they’re encouraging businesses and their employees to switch to an electric vehicle by offering a tax-efficient way to pay for an EV lease through your business: Salary Sacrifice.

Not only do you save on VAT, but on income tax and National Insurance as well – plus, it’s HMRC compliant too. Salary Sacrifice is literally designed to help you, your business and your employees save money and drive an exceptional car at the same time.

Business Savings Stats

Fuel Savings

Spend 75% less on fuel
Forget big bills at the petrol station. The only cost of filling up your electric vehicle is the electricity you use to charge your EV battery. Costing an average of £0.03 a mile, you can save up to 75% in fuel costs alone, every month. Bet your combustion SUV doesn’t give you a full tank and change from a tenner.


So, it's like free money?
Too good to be true? Nope. The Government want you to drive an electric vehicle as much as we do. They’re lopping off up to £2,500 of the OTR price of every new electric car (that costs up to £35,000), which lowers the lease price. Oh. And they'll even give you a grant for installing a home-charger too.


No ULEZ or Congestion Charge
Driving through London and other city centres is getting expensive. But not if you switch to an electric vehicle. Forget paying the £12.50 ULEZ fee (expanding to the North and South Circular from October 2021) and the £15 Congestion Charge. If you drive electric, it’s free. Lovely.

Get a Mercedes EQA Lease

Soooo, now what?
We’re here to make switching to electric simple and fun. Let’s chat about how awesome the Mercedes EQA is (and all our other cars while we’re at it) and we can calculate your exact savings as well as come up with a personalised EQA lease price. Go on, give us a bell on 020 8012 8190 and we'll sort you out.

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