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Mercedes-Benz to launch GLB and EQB SUVs in India on December 2, bookings start at Rs.

Its booking has started. The booking price for both the Mercedes-Benz GLB and the SUV EQB is Rs 1.5 lakh. Interested customers can book both of these online.

Mercedes-Benz to launch GLB and EQB SUVs in India on December 2, bookings start at Rs.

The EQB will be Mercedes-Benz’s third offering in India. Prior to this, the company has launched the EQB AMG EQS 53 4MATIC+ and EQS 580 4MATIC. It is expected that the EQB is expected to come as a Completely Built Unit (CBU) initially, but may be locally assembled and manufactured depending on the demand.

Mercedes-Benz to launch GLB and EQB SUVs in India on December 2, bookings start at Rs.

Globally, there are multiple variants of the EQB electric SUV. The most accessible is the EQB 250 which develops 188 bhp and 385 Nm of peak torque. The EQB 300 4MATIC generates 225 Bhp of power and 390 Nm of peak torque.

Mercedes-Benz to launch GLB and EQB SUVs in India on December 2, bookings start at Rs.

On the other hand, the top-spec EQB 350 4matic car generates 288 bhp and 520 Nm of peak torque. Battery options include a 66.5 kW unit with 330 km (WLTP cycle) range. Which gives a range of 391 km (WLTP cycle) on a single charge.

Mercedes-Benz to launch GLB and EQB SUVs in India on December 2, bookings start at Rs.

Coming to the Mercedes-Benz GLB, the seven-seater luxury SUV from the brand is great for the youth. It gets a separate seat row like the rear. The model has been designed to look like a baby GLS and will also be the second seven-seater SUV in the company’s portfolio. The GLB will also arrive in Mexico as a CBU from Mercedes’ features, so its prices could be a bit premium.

Mercedes-Benz to launch GLB and EQB SUVs in India on December 2, bookings start at Rs.

Compared to the GLC’s 2,873 mm wheelbase, the GLB falls slightly shorter at 2,829 mm. The cabin has taken a lot from the GLA with dual screens, multi-function steering wheel, leather steering wheel and more. With all three rows, the GLB also comes with a decent boot capacity of around 150 liters. Folding the rear seats expands the space to 570 liters, which is 20 liters more than the GLC.

More power is likely in the Mercedes-Benz GLB, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission mated to a 2.0-litre diesel with 188 bhp and 400 Nm of peak torque on the 220d variant. The GLB 200 petrol will also get a 2.0-litre motor making 161 bhp and 250Nm of peak torque, while mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission.

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