2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS | Talking Cars with Consumer Reports #370

2022 Mercedes-Benz Eqs | Talking Cars With Consumer Reports #370 1

The all-electric 2022 Mercedes EQS becomes the automaker's new flagship alongside the S-Class lines. We share our first impressions of this ultra-luxury sedan, whether or not it can compete with the Tesla Model S, some of the next-generation safety features, and wild luxury comfort options.

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SHOW NOTES
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00:00 – Introduction
00:14 – First Impressions: 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS
19:06 – Question: Are dealers bound to the agreed price when the car was ordered, or they can change the price upon delivery of the vehicle?

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Futuristic EQS Proves Mercedes-Benz’s Commitment to EVs

Mercedes-Benz Is the Latest Automaker to Go All Electric

2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS

First Drive: 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Wows With Advanced Technology

Guide to Car Safety

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12 Comments on "2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS | Talking Cars with Consumer Reports #370"

  1. Keith’s bad sound makes good video look bad.

  2. Michael Schneider | July 29, 2022 at 3:22 PM | Reply

    +1… Amen… MBs switching to capacitive controls on the steering wheel is a BIG mistake… No secret there … simply ask other OEMs. . Viewed the MB EQS in person, for kicks.. Not ready for EVs just yet.
    In May we ordered a ’23 E-450 All Terrain wagon … Be damned is the nonsensical capacitive mistake… A good wagon has gone bad ..

  3. The EQS is a rich person’s toy. For the money, an Arizona built Lucid Air is cheaper, faster, better looking, and easier to use.

  4. When it comes down to charging an electric car and air conditioning, what will you do? Rolling blackouts are happening across the U.S.A.

  5. The Random Guy | July 29, 2022 at 3:33 PM | Reply

    Are you guys in CT

  6. I think you can see the Mercedes’s pedestrian light flash at 17:12 in the footage of the car coming around the corner on the track. The headlights seem to flash twice, presumably in response to the camera operator standing at the edge of the track.

  7. Bright Jebaraj | July 29, 2022 at 3:46 PM | Reply

    Agree with the EV infrastructure. We not only need new chargers but we need existing ones repaired and useable. There is no accountability for this currently.

  8. diambiguation | July 29, 2022 at 3:53 PM | Reply

    14 minutes in and nothing has been said about the car – performance, handling, range, etc….

  9. idontusenumbers | July 29, 2022 at 3:53 PM | Reply

    Those UIs are a joke! for $100k? oh my.

  10. At the $140,000 price point, I would get 2 or 3 vehicles each with a different mission; short trips by myself, road trip with family, going to the track, etc.

  11. HELLO EMILY, KELLY, AND ” MOUNTAIN MAN” KEITH!! OH WAIT A SEC, KEITH, YOU TRIMMED-UP!! NO MORE ” MOUNTAIN MAN” LOOK!! THE “KEITH CLASSIC” IS BACK!! YAY!! AND ITS NICE TO SEE MORE THAN ONE LADY ON THE PANEL AGAIN; THANKS!! SO THIS EQS ELECTRIC CAR IS A ROLLING TESTBED FOR NEW TECHNOLOGY, HUH?? BUT IT SOUNDS TO ME LIKE THE BIGGEST PROBLEM WITH THESE MANY NEW FEATURES IS NOT HOW WELL OR DIFFICULT THEY ARE FOR PEOPLE TO USE, BUT THAT MERCEDES FAILED TO PROVIDE A GOOD VEHICLE TO DRIVER INTERFACE ( sorry if I’m using the wrong term here guys ) TO ENABLE DRIVERS TO BOTH USE AND UNDERSTAND ALL THIS “STUFF” EASILY; AND I’D LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT YOU THREE PEOPLE, BY MEANS OF YOUR JOBS, TEST DRIVE, AND USE THE TECHNOLOGY IN DOZENS OF NEW CARS EVERY YEAR; SO IF YOU’RE HAVING TROUBLE WITH THIS “STUFF” IMAGINE WHAT FUN US “REGULAR” DRIVERS ARE GONNA EXPERIENCE IN ONE OF THESE!! AND KEITH, ON THAT RIDICULOUSLY COMPLICATED SUNROOF BUTTON; DIDN’T ANY ENGINEERS, OR TEST DRIVERS FOR MERCEDES TRY THIS OUT FIRST BEFORE THEY RELEASED THIS CAR FOR MASS-PRODUCTION?? UNEXCEPTABLE!! THANKS GUYS!! ( and girls!! ). CHAS ORVIS, PLAINVILLE, CT.

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