2022 EQS vs. 2022 BMW I4

2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan in Front of Building
2022 EQS

vs.

2022 BMW i4 Page
350 miles

Electric Range

282-301 miles
40.4 inches

Front Head Room

38.2 inches
41.7 inches

Front Leg Room

41.5 inches
59.5 inches

Front Shoulder Room

55.2 inches
Standard

Leather Seats

n/a
Optional

Massaging Seat

n/a
Standard

Heated and Ventilated
Front Seats

n/a
Standard

64-color LED
Ambient Lighting

n/a

Are you in the market for the 2022 EQS, but you’re wondering how it compares to other luxury electric vehicles, like the BMW i4? Electric cars like these two models are becoming more and more popular in San Antonio. But if you’re having a BMW i4 vs. 2022 EQS conundrum, don’t worry. We’re here to help. We’ve put together a detailed, side-by-side 2022 EQS vs. 2022 BMW i4 comparison below. We think you’ll see why so many drivers are choosing the 2022 EQS.

 

 

2022 BMW i4 vs. 2022 EQS – Passenger Space

You’ll have plenty of room to stretch out in the 2022 EQS. It offers significantly more head room and shoulder room than the BMW i4. Here are the dimensions:

BMW i4 vs. 2022 EQS – Passenger Volume

2022 EQS

  • Front Head Room – 40.4 inches
  • Front Leg Room – 41.7 inches
  • Front Shoulder Room – 59.5 inches

2022 BMW i4

  • Front Head Room – 38.2 inches
  • Front Leg Room – 41.5 inches
  • Front Shoulder Room – 55.2 inches

2022 EQS vs. 2022 BMW I4 – Electric Range

You need an electric vehicle that will enable you drive as much as possible around San Antonio as much as possible without having to stop to charge all the time. The electric range of the 2022 EQS is significantly longer than that of the BMW i4. Here is the range for each:

2022 EQS vs. 2022 BMW I4 – Electric Range

  • 2022 EQS – 350 miles
  • 2022 BMW i4 – 282-301 miles

2022 BMW i4 vs. 2022 EQS – Features

The 2022 EQS is packed with luxury comfort features to enhance your Alamo Heights, and many of them aren’t found in the BMW i4. We’re talking about features like leather seats and ambient lighting. Here’s a list:

  • Leather Seats
  • Massaging Seat
  • Heated and ventilated front seats
  • 64-color LED ambient lighting

Check Out the 2022 EQSat Mercedes-Benz of San Antonio

As you can see, the 2022 EQS is by far the better choice. But don’t take our word for it. Come down and take it for a test drive. And, if you’d like to learn more, read our 2022 EQS vs. Tesla Model S comparison or our detailed 2022 EQS overview. We’re just down the road from Shavano Park. Contact us today to find out how easy buying a car can be.

 

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