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Mercedes-Benz M-Class, SUV
#412 of 744 Re: ML 320 Bluetec 2009 [train99]
Feb 17, 2009 (10:09 am)
hey guys, i just bought a new 09 ML 350 yesterday, P1 package, heated seats, running board and pre wire entertainment. MSRP was 53345, i paid 47500, i know it's not that great of a steal. The saleman showed me the invoice, it was 50,000, the invoice here at edmund is 49672....close enough. I think they have a 2000 dealer holdback. So i felt 47500, 2grand below invoice was a decent deal. But after reading the above posts, i wasn't aware of the family discouts or dealer incentive, so now i am not sure if this is a good deal anymore. I went to 2 dealers in long island, rallye and helms brothers, both dealer didn't even have an ML to sell to me, Mercedes did stop production for 1 month, so I bought mine in NJ. i could probably have been more aggressive, and get them to take another grand off but i guess i just suck at negotiating,let me know if this is a good deal, appreciate it.
#413 of 744 Re: ML 320 Bluetec 2009 [mercury11]
Feb 17, 2009 (10:14 am)
that's a great deal. especially considering the P1 package. Nice work!
#414 of 744 Re: ML 350 (2009) pricing [hollydog]
Feb 17, 2009 (4:40 pm)
I know my neighbor was looking at the ML and local dealership had a program on the diesel through corporate numbers from MB but no corp support on regular ML class for some reason (maybe because they slowed production? I dont' really know).
He wound up getting a similar deal-P1 car-White/Black/Heated Seats and i-POD integration and they threw in the phone pod -$2K out of pocket and 499/mo 12K miles/year. I don't know how many dealers have the numbers and honestly explain the situation to buyers but it's worth looking into if you are looking now. He wasn't going for a diesel but when they offered him the deal, it made no sense not to do it. Can't really argue with it.
#415 of 744 Re: ML 350 (2009) pricing [elenaschwartz1]
Feb 17, 2009 (4:49 pm)
I agree with above. I've become pretty close to my dealer/sales person and he confirmed same on diesels, but not regular ML's. They actually are being really tough on new ML's right now because they are just not out there and other dealers won't swap without one in exchange, etc. So, for the guy who just got a regular ML close to invoice, congrats.
As for the diesel lease, if you have DEPP support you can really clean up if you are willing to drive diesel. I think there are alot more diesels around right now for whatever reason.
#416 of 744 Re: ML 350 (2009) pricing [asa2]
Feb 18, 2009 (7:17 am)
Tons of diesel around, all 3 dealers I went to, the first thing they ask is if I am interested in a diesel instead. I like the low rpm diesel, but from 0 to 2000 rmp you aren't going to pass the car in front of you.
#417 of 744 Re: 2009 ML350 P2 Deal [asa2]
Feb 19, 2009 (8:11 pm)
Yea..I went down that day to sign....someone showed up 30 mins before and took the lease....
This new deal I was able to pick up...
#418 of 744 2007 ML 350 Good DEAL?
Mar 21, 2009 (9:01 pm)
I'm looking at a certified 2007 ML 350 4matic with tex, HK sound, 6 disc changer...basic car with 24k miles. The price is 34k and they are offering it to me for 27,900. Is this a good price? The car looks immaculate. We are in AZ and this is an AZ car (according to carfax).
What should I offer?
#419 of 744 2009 ML350 2WD P2 Price good?
Mar 27, 2009 (2:19 pm)
I am shopping for a 2009 ML350 right now, the dealer has made this offer:
2009 ML350 2WD with Premium Package 2, Aluminum running boards, and a trailer hitch.
They will sell it for 50,389 and give us 0.9% financing for 66 months. How is this price?
#420 of 744 Re: 2007 ML 350 Good DEAL? [mcvolvo]
Mar 27, 2009 (3:45 pm)
This is a great deal! Three years ago, I bought 2003 ML 350 with 40K for $26K. Take it.
#421 of 744 grrr...and i thought i got a good deal...:(
Apr 03, 2009 (10:52 am)
got a 2009 ML320 BlueTEC, Premium 1 package on Tuesday for $2k down and $750/month for 39 months, 12k/year...it is true that they paid off about $3800 on the remaining lease for our previous MB, but i see here that folks negociated the sticker price.......we didn't do anything like that...but, it is what it is...so far i like the car