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Mercedes-Benz EQC electric SUV bookings re-open

Mercedes dealers across 50 cities and 94 locations will now be able to cater to EQC customers.

Mercedes-Benz has started accepting bookings for the second batch of the EQC electric SUV. Customers can place their orders online or at their nearest Mercedes-Benz dealership.

The EQC uses two asynchronous 3-Phase AC motors that have a combined output of 402 BHP and 765 Nm. They are powered by an 85 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that is claimed to offer a maximum range of 400 km on a single charge (WLTP cycle).

The battery can be recharged in 21 hours using a 3.4 kW domestic socket or in 10 hours using a 7.5 kW wall-box charger that is provided by Mercedes-Benz. A DC fast charger cuts the charging time to 90 minutes.

The EQC is imported into India as a 'completely built unit' (CBU). The next batch of cars will start arriving from October 2021.

Until now, the EQC was available in six cities across 14 locations. Mercedes dealers across 50 cities and 94 locations will now be able to cater to EQC customers.

 
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