Mercedes-Benz will introduce the EQS SUV to the US market in three trim levels and three versions by the end of this year.
It expects to begin delivering first EQS SUVs to dealers in fall 2022 after starting production at its Tuscaloosa plant in Alabama in August.
Rear-wheel-drive EQS 450+ SUVs start at $104,400, but the price may rise quickly if one chooses all-wheel-drive or higher trim levels.
Tax credits for Mercedes-Benz EQS SUVs expire in January 2023, but buyers can still receive $7,500 this year.
Pricing of the EQS 450+ SUV includes Premium at $104,400, Exclusive at $108,650, and Pinnacle at $110,650.
A premium EQS 450 4MATIC SUV costs $107,400, an exclusive SUV costs $111,650, and a pinnacle SUV costs $113,650.
In the EQS 580 4MATIC SUV, the Premium price is $125,950, the Exclusive price is $130,200, and the Pinnacle price is $132,200.
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