Mercedes-Benz, a longtime leader in automotive innovation, followed with EQS Sedan with the EQS SUV — both share the same all-electric architecture. The EQS SUV is larger and more spacious than the Sedan, making it more appealing to families, but it also carries a bit more weight, and the mass slightly affects performance.
I tested the Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 4MATIC SUV earlier this year during a full-day drive. I found the hot rod, all-wheel drive flagship rather splendid, yet I wondered if the slower, entry-level, rear-wheel drive model — with a $25,000 cost savings — would suffice. To find out, I recently had the opportunity to spend
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