Last post on Nov 25, 2012 at 7:37 AM
You are in the Prices Paid - Buying & Leasing Experiences
What is this discussion about?
Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#1097 of 1295 May, MB Finance and lease specials:
May 04, 2010 (7:09 pm)
Mercedes-Benz residuals just dropped today - which is bad news for leasing.
Although MB Financial lowered some rates too, still - a lot of models leases have worsen. But the good news is: all previous C-Class specials are extended till June 1st.
The BIGGEST savings in May comparing to April are on CLS550, ML Hybrid and R-class. You can see all of the Mercedes-Benz financial specials here: May, 2010 Mercedes-Benz Finance and Lease Specials and see the breakdown of what changed in May from April.
#1098 of 1295 Re: cgbtoo [cgbtoo]
May 05, 2010 (5:28 pm)
Good for you! I have a 2006 C230 and wore out the rear tires in 11K miles. I asked the dealer where I bought the car if they had put the cheapest tires they could find on the car. He said that it was common for the tires with 17 in. rims to wear out in 10K to 12K miles. What a bummer!
#1099 of 1295 c300 4matic sport lease...good deal??
May 06, 2010 (8:49 am)
Hey guys, the guy at the dealer said his deal is better than the promotion out right now...let me know what u think.
c300, 4matic, sport, w/premium 1 package
$399/month for 36 months.
the msrp is 40,970.
#1100 of 1295 What's new for 2011 C-Class:
May 19, 2010 (10:35 am)
Ok guys, based on my sources, 2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Class will not change at all, except very few details:
Sport sedans will get standard LED daytime running lights; models without bi-xenon headlights receive black headlamp inlays - so headlights will look a little nicer. All models will get new headlight control switch and relocated ESP controls.
Also, C63 AMG will have available P31 Package, which will boost 30 more Horsepower and it comes with red calipers for brakes.">link title
If Dollar will continue to get stronger vs Euro, I don't think pricing of 2011 models will increase either. But I still think you can get better deal on 2010 model, before 2011 arrive: especially if you want to purchase and finance.
There is a rumor that C-Class will introduce convertible model in mid-year. By the way, they already released E-Class convertible a few days ago. The car looks awesome!!! You can see E-Class convertible specs and photo gallery here: 2011 Mercedes-Benz Changes Specs and Media
#1101 of 1295 Re: What's new for 2011 C-Class: [storm10]
May 20, 2010 (9:59 am)
Thanks for the info. A C350 is on my short list when my current lease expires.
#1102 of 1295 Is this a right price, confused
May 23, 2010 (7:33 am)
C300-Sport, Bought the car because Dealer told me it is $2438 below invoice. But Edmunds and Truecar.com show different invoice prices. I am very confused, and worry of paying too much. Helpppppp !.!.!
- Edmund Invoice: $34,826
- TrueCar.com Invoice : $35,426
- Dealer Invoice Price is: $35,326
Selling Price: $32,888 +TL
Transmission: 7-Speed Automatic w/Touch Shift - $1386
iPod Integration Kit (In Glovebox) - $349
Burl Walnut Wood Trim - $298
Steel Gray Metallic - $720
#1103 of 1295 Re: Is this a right price, confused [bmw530owner]
by kyfdx HOST
May 23, 2010 (8:37 am)
When you price it on Edmunds, make sure you price it with options and go to the last page... That's where Edmunds adds in the destination charge..
My guess is that is where the difference lies...
#1104 of 1295 Re: Is this a right price, confused [bmw530owner]
May 23, 2010 (9:05 am)
Edmunds doesn't know what the exact invoice price is. And my guess is that you overlooked the part on the first page concerning advertising fees, or IRG charges as MB calls it. Please see:
The invoice price does not include any fees that may be charged by the manufacturer to dealers in a particular area of the country, such as local advertising fees, dealer association fees, or docking and storage fees. Edmunds.com does not track or provide such local fees.
In many parts of the country MB charges dealers a $500 adv. fee on the invoice. This is a real charge included on the invoice, and the dealer pays this to MB. Therefore, you pay it.
Sounds like you've already bought the car. Enjoy it. You did well.
#1105 of 1295 Re: Is this a right price, confused [bmw530owner]
May 23, 2010 (10:33 am)
The correct Invoice is: $35,425!
You can calculate Invoice amount of any Mercedes-Benz based on MSRP here: Mercedes-Benz Invoice calculator, just enter "0" in the Gas Guzzler tax, because C-Class does not have it.
This calculator includes all the fees and charges, all you need to know is MSRP.
May 23, 2010 (9:35 pm)
Knowing the invoice price. I feel a lot better now.
I was worry and concern because the trigger with little negotiation.