- Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 insurance rates average $2,312 per year or $1,156 for a semi-annual policy, but vary considerably based on policy limits.
- Out of 38 vehicles in the midsize luxury car segment, the EQE 350 ranks 24th for car insurance affordability.
- With an insurance cost range of $52, the cheapest EQE 350 trim level to insure is the base Sedan at around $2,286 per year, and the most expensive trim being the Plus Sedan at $2,338 annually.
How much does Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 insurance cost?
Ranked 24th out of 38 vehicles in the midsize luxury car class, Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 insurance costs on average $2,312 annually, or about $193 on a monthly basis.
With the average midsize luxury car costing $2,242 a year to insure, the Mercedes EQE 350 could cost an estimated $70 or more annually when compared to similar models.
A few factors that can affect the price you pay are driver age, policy deductibles, and your driving record. The chart below shows different average rates using variations of those three factors.
|Driver Risk Profile||Annual Rate||Monthly Rate|
|High Risk Driver Age 30||$5,284||$440|
|Safe Driver Age 20||$4,626||$386|
|At-fault Accidents Age 40||$3,252||$271|
|Low Deductibles Age 40||$3,086||$257|
|Safe Driver Age 30||$2,454||$205|
|Safe Driver Age 40||$2,312||$193|
|Safe Driver Age 50||$2,104||$175|
|Safe Driver Age 60||$2,066||$172|
|Discount Rate Age 40||$1,918||$160|
|High Deductibles Age 40||$1,916||$160|
Depending on the EQE 350 trim level being insured, monthly car insurance rates range from $191 to $195, with the Civic base Sedan being cheapest and the Civic Plus Sedan costing the most to insure.
The table below breaks out those monthly rates, plus annual and semi-annual rates, by trim levels for the 2023 model year.
|Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 Trim Level||Annual Policy||Six-Month Policy||Per Month|
The list below shows how some additional factors impact the cost of auto insurance. Some factors drive up the cost, like being required to buy high-risk insurance, and some lower the cost, like having good credit.
- High-risk Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 car insurance is expensive. For a 50-year-old driver, having to buy a high-risk insurance policy could raise rates by $2,728 or more per year.
- Earn a discount from your choice of occupation. Some insurance companies offer discounts for certain occupations like police officers and law enforcement, architects, emergency medical technicians, engineers, members of the military, and others. By working in a profession that qualifies for this discount, you could save between $69 and $178 on your Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 insurance bill, depending on your age.
- Increasing deductibles lowers insurance cost. Raising your policy deductibles from $500 to $1,000 could save around $396 per year for a 40-year-old driver and $778 per year for a 20-year-old driver.
- Avoiding accidents makes for cheaper insurance. Too many at-fault accidents will increase rates, potentially by an extra $3,258 per year for a 20-year-old driver and as much as $940 per year for a 40-year-old driver.
- Great credit can mean great car insurance rates. Having an over-800 credit score could save a minimum of $363 per year when compared to a credit score between 670-739. Conversely, a weak credit score could cost around $421 more per year.
- Driving violations increase insurance rates. To pay the best price on EQE 350 insurance rates, it’s necessary to be a good, safe driver. In fact, just one or two blemishes on your motor vehicle report have the ramification of increasing rates as much as $610 per year. Being convicted of a crime such as driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol could raise rates by an additional $2,140 or more.
How does EQE 350 insurance cost compare?
When insurance prices are compared to the best-selling models in the midsize luxury car category, insurance rates for a Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 cost $410 more per year than the Lexus ES 350, $392 less than the Tesla Model S, and $142 more than the BMW 540i.
The Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 ranks 24th out of 38 comparison vehicles in the midsize luxury car segment for auto insurance affordability. The EQE 350 costs an estimated $2,312 per year to insure, while the segment average policy cost is $2,242 per year, a difference of $70 more per year.
The following chart shows how insurance rates for a 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE 350 fare against the top 10 selling midsize luxury cars like the Mercedes-Benz CLS450, Audi A3, and the Cadillac CT5. An additional rankings table is also included following the chart that ranks average car insurance rates for the entire midsize luxury car category.
|2||Lexus ES 350||$1,902||-$410|
|3||Lexus ES 250||$1,914||-$398|
|4||Lexus RC 300||$1,920||-$392|
|5||Mercedes-Benz AMG CLA35||$1,924||-$388|
|7||Mercedes-Benz AMG CLA45||$1,968||-$344|
|9||Lexus IS 300||$1,986||-$326|
|14||Lexus ES 300h||$2,082||-$230|
|20||Lexus IS 500||$2,212||-$100|
|24||Mercedes-Benz EQE 350||$2,312||--|
|25||Audi RS 5||$2,318||$6|
|28||Mercedes-Benz AMG C43||$2,358||$46|
|30||Mercedes-Benz EQE 500||$2,364||$52|
|33||Lexus LC 500h||$2,640||$328|
|35||Tesla Model S||$2,704||$392|