MERCEDES-BENZ EQS CO2 and NOx emissions 2022

Below is a list of MERCEDES-BENZ EQS models available to buy in 2018 showing CO2, NOx, particulate emissions, NGC Rating, OTR and Euro standard.

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MERCEDES-BENZ EQS EQS 450+ AMG Line 333hp 245kW Auto

Executive OTR £99,995
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
29
CO2
0
Euro

MERCEDES-BENZ EQS EQS 53 4MATIC+ Night Edition 658hp 490kW Auto

Executive OTR £154,995
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
34
CO2
0
Euro

MERCEDES-BENZ EQS EQS 450+ AMG Line Premium 333hp 245kW Auto

Executive OTR £106,995
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
30
CO2
0
Euro

MERCEDES-BENZ EQS EQS 53 4MATIC+ Touring 658hp 490kW Auto

Executive OTR £154,995
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
35
CO2
0
Euro

MERCEDES-BENZ EQS EQS 450+ Luxury 333hp 245kW Auto

Executive OTR £106,995
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
31
CO2
0
Euro

MERCEDES-BENZ EQS CO2 emissions and running costs

Choosing the lowest emission MERCEDES-BENZ EQS model variant is a smart move both for the environment, as it reduces the harmful pollutants and greenhouse gases, and also for minimising running costs.

Lower emission MERCEDES-BENZ EQS models will have a higher MPG, and hence result in a decreased fuel bill; in addition car tax and company car rates are both related to the tail-pipe CO2 emission level, so a low emission model will mean a cut in MERCEDES-BENZ EQS car tax and MERCEDES-BENZ EQS company car tax

MERCEDES-BENZ EQS CO2 emissions
Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:9th Apr 2022

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