The New 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV Is a Quirky Flagship Luxury SUV

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Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV review! The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV is a flagship luxury SUV — and a cool, quirky one. It’s also all-electric. Today I’m reviewing the EQS SUV, and I’ll show you all the quirks and features. I’m also going to drive the EQS SUV and review the driving experience.

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10 Comments

  1. Honestly the interior looks a lot better without the “hyperscreen.” The hyperscreen is just excessive.

  2. I don’t like how he makes the volume swiper seem like a positive in this car but a negative in every other car that has it

  3. The rear logo hatch popper camera combo must be a German car thing in general, my Golf GTI has the exact same setup, I really like it.

  4. The issue I have with this is always when it comes down to the volume controls. Doug seems to like it and not count it as a negative on these cars or the nsx, but when the civic or other cars do it, it’s bad. I don’t want to say there’s bias as I do trust Doug’s judgment, but it just feels off to me that a feature like this is cool in one car and not cool in another

  5. 12:08 actually the front does come open but only technicians are “supposed” to open it. There’s a trick to it that requires two hidden latches in the interior of the vehicle. Linus Tech Tips channel Short Circuit showed how it’s done.

  6. Massive respect to Doug DeMuro for always being one of the first to give us a tour of these brand new vehicles.

  7. After years of scrapping his knees, Doug finally decided it was time to protect them (15:04)

  8. You’re right ma,“We need to accept that we won’t always make the right decisions, that we’ll screw up royally sometimes―understanding that failure is not the opposite of success, it’s part of success.”


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