Mercedes Benz EQA

Would be great to see this add to the fleet! Anyone agree?

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I have, the EQC and its amazing car but this, would no doubt be, at least be a 1200 pm vehicle

If they had stuck to their original EQA concept a little more then I would have been really excited for it, and definitely would have been one of the first to book it. But for some reason they decided that everyone wants a SUV and ruined it imo.

The Jag and Audi are 1299 and have higher price tags. The EQA Is cheaper to buy so should be a little lower. If they can get it within 1k they will probably have no problem getting them all booked out.

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I wondered about this. Wouldn’t the subscription be based on TCO rather than the MRP which very few pay anyway, especially fleet buyers? :thinking:

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That’s a valid point. But I still feel like there would be a few eyebrows raised if they added the EQA to the fleet with the same £1299 Price tag. MSRP Shouldn’t be the deciding factor when it comes to Onto’s pricing, but it’s still a good guideline as to roughly what price point they should be sitting at (Even though I am fully aware that Mercedes often aren’t as generous as others when it comes to discounts on large fleet orders)

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I was thinking it’d slot in nicely between the Kona and the Tesla Model 3, witch a price point around £600 for the 250 amg line. However, MB current leasing option has the 250 amg line at £475. I can imagine there would be a lot of interest if the offered it at this price point. Just remember on.to tends to undercut most leading options price point just for the lease.

Is that £475 with no upfront payment, 12k miles and 2 years (best comparison I suppose)?

Just had a quick look and the cheapest that I could find was £761 for 1 + 23 month lease with 12k miles. With the addition of insurance, maintenance and charging, I can’t see ONTO offering this EV for anything less than £899 a month.

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That sounds about right, lining it up near the Q4 price.

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