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Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#756 of 1300 Re: NOVA/DC Price for 2009 C300 Sport+ Pkg1 + Multimedia [smrtdude]
Nov 19, 2008 (10:14 am)
Yeah. I've also got a price around that quotation too. Not sure if its because of an "Employee Pricing". I think that could be a sales pitch. Also, I think you have to consider there's word out that after Oct 1, 2008, Mercedes would increase their prices. So we maybe getting one that was on the lot before Oct 1st which I don't mind/care at all as long as its a 2009 model and a good deal. There are also news that Mercedes sales have drop about 25% but it said it was for the S class. Times are bad I guess.
#757 of 1300 Re: NOVA/DC Price for 2009 C300 Sport+ Pkg1 + Multimedia [aseelee1]
Nov 19, 2008 (10:39 am)
Searching the net on MB employee pricing, there seem to be two groups - one group gets 12.5% and the other 25%. The price quoted to me was more like 10.5% off on MSRP.
Then the recent price increase is $800 for c300 4matic sport. It is not in thousands.
Mercedes C-Class October sales dropped by 40% and E-class by 50%. Read more here:
I think there will be more incentives coming from MB in the coming few weeks.
Nov 26, 2008 (2:46 pm)
Ready to purchase/lease the following. I believe it's an excellent deal and would like comments.
18" 5 Spoke Wheels
MSRP - $42,485
Purchase Price - $38,614 ($3871.00 Discount)
MF - .00064
Residual - $22,517.00 - 53%
39 month lease of $512.25 (includes 7% tax)
Nothing due at signing. I will try and push for the ipod connector.
What do you think. This is employee pricing which will expire at the end of Nov. Need your comments ASAP
#759 of 1300 Disregard previous post
Nov 26, 2008 (3:07 pm)
Misunderstanding, dealer forgot to include multimedia pricing. Will update quote after receiving new numbers.
Nov 26, 2008 (3:37 pm)
Including Multimedia with equipment mentioned above with nothing due at signing, monthly is $522 which includes 7% tax. Offer is only good till end of month, actually this Monday. MB may extend the "employee pricing" into next month, but dealer doesn't know yet.
Would like to hear comments.
#761 of 1300 Re: New Pricing Rec'd [georgiaguy1]
Nov 27, 2008 (3:19 pm)
i think tat a great deal. where i live(ohio), that package is qouted around $40,000. so I think you should go ahead and pull the trigger
#762 of 1300 Re: 2009 C350 [paulclee] EXTENDED WARRANTY NEW CARS
Nov 29, 2008 (1:22 pm)
I purchased my 7 years 100,000 miles Extended Warranty from Mercedes-Benz of Colorado Springs, 730 Automotive Drive , Colorado Springs, CO 80906. The dealership was straight forward and sent me a quote listing the period of time and miles before asking for payment of the extended warranty.
#763 of 1300 Re: 2009 C350 [paulclee] EXTENDED WARRANTY NEW CARS [e2009]
Dec 01, 2008 (8:24 am)
What did you pay for that warranty if you dont mind my asking. I was thinking about getting it but I am just not sure.
#764 of 1300 Re: 2009 C350 [paulclee] EXTENDED WARRANTY NEW CARS [e2009] [lewis3]
Dec 01, 2008 (1:42 pm)
Around $4,000.00 the best time to buy is before the end of the month and within the first thirty days of purchase. Anytime after your are subject to a 15% surcharge by MB not the dealer. This was for a 2009 E550.
#765 of 1300 www.fleet.mbusa.com/fep
Dec 06, 2008 (5:13 am)
Treat yourself to Mercedes-Benz luxury at a special employee incentive!
It’s easy! Start by getting a control number:
Go to www.fleet.mbusa.com/fep.
Enter your first and last name, home city, state, zip code, e-mail address and Corporate Account Number (CAN): 006101
Click “submit” and print the FEP Incentive Form that is generated with your name, CAN, control number and company name.
Next, go to your local Mercedes-Benz dealership.
Select a vehicle.
Negotiate your best price.
Present the dealer with your FEP Incentive Form and proof of employment.