Charging and range.

High suitability for everyday use thanks to fast, diverse charging options.

426km (WLTP)

Kilometres - electric-only range (NEDC)1

Charging options


A compact unit that takes you forward.

Charging options


A compact unit that takes you forward.

Chargin at home

The image shows the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox Home and a person who would like to charge the EQA from Mercedes-EQ at home.

Chargin at home

With the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox Home your home becomes a charging
station: thanks to the powerful AC charging system the EQA charges with
up to 11 kW (3-phase) here – and thus many times faster than at a
conventional household socket.   

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Remote and Navigation Services


Makes electric mobility suitable for everyday life.

Remote and Navigation Services


Makes electric mobility suitable for everyday life.

Designed for you and our EQ models.

With the Mercedes me App you also have access to charging settings and pre-entry climate control outside the vehicle.

The image shows a smartphone showing the charging stations in the surrounding area at which the EQA from Mercedes-EQ can be charged during the journey.

Designed for you and our EQ models.

With the Mercedes me App you also have access to charging settings and pre-entry climate control outside the vehicle.

EQ&A


Your most important questions on electric driving.

EQ&A


Your most important questions on electric driving.

    • Real electric range

      Why is the real electric range often less than specified?

      The electric range varies depending on individual driving behaviour, the route profile and environmental factors. Auxiliary equipment such as seat heating or the climate control system also has an impact on range.

    • AC/DC charging technology

      What is the difference between AC and DC charging technology?

      Basically, the batteries of electrified vehicles can only be charged with direct current (DC). However, all household sockets, the Mercedes-Benz Wallbox and most public charging stations supply alternating current (AC), as do "high-voltage sockets". To make charging possible, vehicles are equipped with an on-board charger – an AC/DC rectifier. It converts the alternating current into the required direct current. It facilitates charging capacities of 2.3 kW to 11 kW – depending on the AC source.