BMW has introduced its new iX SUV in the Indian market. The BEV comes at a starting price of ₹1.16 crore and comes through a completely built unit route (CBU). This massive electric vehicle gets a minimal monolithic exterior styling and a luxurious cabin. Moreover, the vehicle can provide a range of 425km in a single charge. The BMW iX xDrive40 rivals the Mercedes Benz EQC another German masterpiece. In this article, we will do a detailed comparison of both all-electric SUVs BMW iX vs Benz EQC.
BMW iX vs Benz EQC: Exterior Styling and Dimension
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BMW iX vs Benz EQC: Interior & Features
Both vehicles get futuristic interiors with an ample amount of seating and storage space. They are equipped with features such as auto climate control, ambient lighting, multiple airbags, sunroof, cruise control, curved instrument cluster, and infotainment system as standard.
Furthermore, a Crystal gear shifter, I-drive knob, and interior features such as leather seats, USB-C ports, create a comfy and luxurious cabin in the BMW iX.
On the other hand, Mercedes Benz EQC gets heated, powered front seats heated steering, motorized steering adjuster, head-up display, and a 13-speaker Burmester music system.
BMW iX is only available in a single xDrive40 variant. This comes with a 71kWh battery, integrated with a dual-motor all-wheel-drive setup. The iX xDrive40 generates a power output of 326hp/630Nm of peak torque. This BEV can provide a range of 425km in a single charge.
The EQC features an 80kWh battery connected to two electric motors. The EQC can churn out 402.3hp/760Nm of peak torque and provides a range of 455-471km in a single charge.
The BMW iX comes at a base price of ₹1.16 crores while the Mercedes-Benz EQC is available for ₹1.06 crore (both prices, ex-showroom).
It is difficult to select a winner because both vehicles go head to head in terms of design and features. However, the Mercedes EQC has a slight advantage when it comes to power output and range. Would you choose the bold and stealthy BMW or the elegant and might EQC? Let us know in the comment session!
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