Mercedes-Benz - JET Charge


By selecting JET Charge as your installer, you are entrusting your prized Mercedes-Benz EV to the most experienced specialist EV charging installer in the country.

Charging your Mercedes-Benz EV

Mercedes-Benz Australia and New Zealand have partnered with JET Charge to deliver the best charging experience for its customers.

By selecting JET Charge as your installer, you are entrusting your prized Mercedes-EQ electric vehicle to the most experienced specialist EV charging installer in the region.

On this page, we answer some basic questions about the Mercedes-Benz range of electric vehicles, specifically the EQA & EQC, and why you should choose JET Charge as your installation partner.

The official page of the Mercedes-Benz EQA & EQC can be found here

How fast will my Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle charge?

The Mercedes-Benz EQA & EQC can be charged on an 11kW (3 phase power to the property is required to achieve this) home unit at approximately 40km of range per hour.  Using the included home cable, it will only charge at around 8km of range per hour.

We recommend that all Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle customers install a dedicated home unit for everyday convenience and up to 4x higher charging power.

How do I charge my Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle?

At home

Most of your charging will be done at home, so Mercedes-Benz recommends that you purchase a dedicated charging station for your electric vehicle.

Outputting up to 11kW of power, your Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle will charge at up to 40km of range per hour, meaning a comfortable full charge while you sleep.

The Mercedes-Benz Wallbox is the perfect companion for your electric vehicle, and provides the comfort of knowing you’re charging with an official Mercedes-Benz part.

Tested to stringent standards by Mercedes-Benz in Germany, this approved unit will ensure a safe and fast charge, every time.

Power point
Your Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle will come with a convenience charging cable that can be plugged directly into a power point. This cable is designed to be stored in your car in case you can’t reach a charging station. Household power points are readily available, so with the charging cable, you’ll never be stuck!
Public Charging – AC
When you’re out and about, you will see charging stations available for public use across retailers, restaurants, hotels and car parks. These are often “Type 2 socket”, which require a Type 2 to Type 2 charging lead. The Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 comes equipped with a Type 2 to Type 2 charging lead for convenience.
Public Charging – DC
Finally, premium DC Charging stations are available to charge your DC Charging equipped electric vehicle, currently available on the Mercedes-Benz EQC 400. These can charge your vehicle to full in as little as 90 minutes, and no additional leads are required.

Why use JET Charge?

Charge 3 Times Faster

By using a dedicated Mercedes-Benz approved Level 2 charging station, you can charge your electric car up to 3 times faster than a normal power circuit. That means at 11kW (3 phase power to the property required) you will receive 40km of range for every hour of charge on Mercedes-Benz EQC 400, more than enough to top up the daily commute and daily running around overnight.

JET Charge’s unit has been extensively tested by Mercedes-Benz Germany so you can be sure that your electric vehicle will charge first time, every time.

Australia’s best installers

JET Charge have installed more charging stations than any other company in Australia and New Zealand, because that’s the only thing we do.  That means when you get a JET Charge technician, they care about your electric vehicle, almost as much as you do.

We’re accountable to Mercedes-Benz for every installation, which means you can be sure you’ll get a high quality and cost effective solution, every time.

The best advice

JET Charge lives for EV charging, so we can give you the best advice on charging your vehicle, not only at home, but out and about.

We’ll give you practical and real advice on what accessories you’ll need, how to find your nearest public charging station, and how much it will cost you.