Mercedes-Benz EQC (2019): Electric-Mobility Services | Explained by Felix Smith
I must admit that, at first, I was kind of struggling with the idea of going completely electric. Where would I charge my car? What if the battery runs out of energy in the middle of the road? These were some of the questions I was uncertain about. But the Mercedes-Benz EQC actually comes with a load of services that eased my concerns. First of all, there is a breakdown service that is available around the clock and will assist you in case of an empty battery, for example. Due to remote vehicle diagnostics, they can offer quick help in case of such emergencies. But an empty battery is actually pretty unlikely, if you use Mercedes me Charge. It offers access to a multitude of public charging stations from a variety of different operators without having to enter into a contract with every single one of them. One app, one contract, one invoice. Easy and transparent. In Europe, for example, you’ll gain access to the high-performance charging infrastructure of IONITY. If you want to use the designated Wallbox to charge your Mercedes-Benz EQC at home, Mercedes-Benz offers a professional installation service. So don’t worry, you don’t have to handle that yourself. In addition to these services, there is a comprehensive service package, which comprises six years of A and B services, which means the first small and bigger service interval is included. You see, Mercedes-Benz did not just build an electric car, but an environment of eMobility services around it. So there is absolutely no reason to worry about maintaining your Mercedes-Benz EQC and going completely electric.