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Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#1265 of 1300 Re: Price paid for Mercedes C 250 [txag]
Jan 06, 2012 (12:18 pm)
I bought a 2012 C350 in November 2011 with a sticker price of 43,370 (incl. Destination) and negotiated a lease rate of $535/mo for 30 months (10k/yr miles) including service with $0 down. Because of the zero down it is really like a 29 month lease since the dealer in-effect paid the first month payment for me. The final paperwork showed the lease was based on a final sales price of just under $39k. I am from SC where sales tax is capped at $600 but included in the above deal. Felt pretty good about the deal considering it includes pre-paid maintenance.
The C350 got 28.6 mpg on the highway on my first highway trip for about 500 miles with avg speed above 70mph. All with over 300hp - love it!
#1266 of 1300 Am looking for a first luxury car...
Jan 15, 2012 (1:39 pm)
Hello all. I'm interested in the C250 model but I would also like a 4Matic (as my wife will also be driving). Is it possible to get that option? How much different is the c250 vs the C350 in terms of power and acceleration? I'm ok with a little sacrifice on power for more options for the same price.
#1267 of 1300 Re: Price paid for Mercedes C 250 [txag]
Jan 15, 2012 (9:19 pm)
I am also looking to purchase 2012 C250. Your total sales price sounds like a good deal to me. Did you use USAA, Conquest, or other to get the discount? Also, the document fee is much less than I was quoted in MD. ($199-$499) What state was the deal?
#1268 of 1300 Re: c300 2012 final price paid [gattani]
Feb 12, 2012 (9:14 am)
looking to buy a 2012 C350 MSRP 45,750. it has most options excluding mbrace, parking assist and leather package. I'm not sure where to begin negotiating. any tips you can offer?
#1269 of 1300 buying pre-owned benz
Feb 28, 2012 (1:12 pm)
i want to buy a pre-owned mbz. the problem is, the car i want is at a not so reputable dealership. i have in mind to go to another dealership ,which has a much better reputation and have the car tranferred over and buy the car from them .
.what do you think? thank you.
#1270 of 1300 Pricing Tools for MB C350 Coupe
Mar 21, 2012 (10:11 am)
I'm getting ready to buy a RWD C350 Coupe. None of the dealers in my area (W PA) stock that configuration, and so I'll either be going out of state, having a local dealer bring one in from elsewhere, or ordering from the factory.
Any thoughts on tools to either locate one myself at a non-local dealer or for competitive pricing searches? I've used TrueCar in the past, but since no one has one none of my local dealers are posting pricing to that site.
#1271 of 1300 Re: Pricing Tools for MB C350 Coupe [poodog13]
Mar 21, 2012 (7:10 pm)
Check out Europen Delivery. You can pick up at the factory with options you want. You can also build on MB and send to dealer in different states for a quote. You can use the prices from True Car. You can change your location in true car to find what state has the vehicle you are looking for. You can call a dealer another state. I found that E-mail works better.
I bought through a dealer in another state and pick up at the factory.
Mar 24, 2012 (3:42 pm)
I am attempting to lease an C250 Sedan in Atlanta. I also have a MB SLK 230 to trade in.Are there any other available incentives?
Do you have the lease rates (residual / money factor) for either 33 or 36 months 10,000 miles ?
Any help you can provide is appreciated.
#1273 of 1300 C350 Coupe RWD
Mar 26, 2012 (6:22 am)
Just negotiated the following deal on a C350 Coupe RWD in SW PA:
Negotiated Price: $45,280
It's a direct factory order as there are no such vehicles avaiable locally. I didn't think getting into the holdback would be an option in this case due to limited availability, and didn't feel like fighting them over the last $200.00 over invoice. Instead, going to get them to throw in a couple of freebies such as wheel locks, etc.
Apr 20, 2012 (11:01 am)
Has anyone ever seen or heard of dealerships who are willing to offer good pricing on the M-B extended warranty if they aren't the ones who sold the car? I bought a Honda a few years ago (not the same, I know) and was able to cut my warranty costs by 2/3 by going through another dealer in Massachusetts.