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Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Sedan, Wagon
#1701 of 2212 Mercedes Still Gives USAA Special Pricing
Apr 15, 2012 (2:59 am)
USAA members can still get a new E350 sedan for about $2000 below dealer invoice. And if you have a current MB Financial lease or loan, you can combine another $2000 incentive bringing the pricing to $4000 below invoice - nice price for a quality luxury automobile.
Definitely worth taking advantage of.
Most dealers still have conquest money available if you currently own/lease a qualifying competitors brand so don't forget to insist on that conquest money after you've negotiated your best price.
#1702 of 2212 Re: Mercedes Still Gives USAA Special Pricing [abacomike]
Apr 15, 2012 (8:10 am)
#1703 of 2212 Re: buying stradigy [melissaflorida]
Apr 21, 2012 (1:57 pm)
I was just offered the following. E-350 Sport. With leather. With premium Package 1 and a few other minor things like lane tracking. They told me sticker was 59K on the car. With the Costco program $1500.00 above invoice and the Conquest program -$3000.00 they came up with this lease
33 months/12K miles/756 a month plus TAX. $1100 up front covers first plus tax. The MB $795.00 bank fee was not mentioned. I asked about MSD on this lease and he said It might reduce it a little since the interest rates are very low right now. He mentioned single payment lease might reduce it, but only by a little cost. European delivery he said was 7% over dealer invoice? The claim was that this lease would be less than European delivery. I m also considering BMW to see what the offer. Any thoughts? Robert
#1704 of 2212 Conquest amount E350 wagon
Apr 23, 2012 (2:36 am)
Costco auto site lists, "Now through April 30, 2012..... conquest buyers can receive up to $4,000 cash back on select 2012 models.".
Anyone know what the amount is for the E wagon?
#1705 of 2212 Re: Conquest amount E350 wagon [corpsvete]
Apr 23, 2012 (8:57 am)
Thanks. I cnecked Costoauto.com and no rebates or incentives are listed for Mercedes. I may have been on the wrong page. Do you have a link?
#1706 of 2212 Latest E350 prices
Apr 27, 2012 (11:08 am)
Anybody have the most recent sale prices for 2012 E350? trying to see how much off MSRP are others getting. Thx
#1707 of 2212 Re: Latest E350 prices [vicmac]
Apr 27, 2012 (11:20 am)
There is really very little in the way of incentives directly from Mercedes.
If you are a member of USAA, you can get the car for invoice less $2000. If you currently have a lease or a loan with Mercedes Benz Financial, there is another $2000 cash incentive.
Invoice of the car can be determined by building your car on Edmunds, with the exact equipment you want.
I believe there is still a little conquest money available, depending upon the dealership - the bigger the dealership, the better chance they still have some conquest money available.
Hope this helped
#1708 of 2212 Re: Latest E350 prices [abacomike]
Apr 28, 2012 (2:36 pm)
Thx abacomike, I am not a member of USAA but have a conquest trade-in, offers are around 2500 under invoice without much negotiation, I am not sure if I want to push for more...
#1709 of 2212 Re: Latest E350 prices [vicmac]
Apr 28, 2012 (2:41 pm)
I've been checking and available supply is very low in my area (east coast) so there's not a lot of negotiating leverage for specific cars.
I received an offer on a E350, with
folding rear seats
heated front seats
Offer: $52733 includes fees, taxes and my USAA discount
I'm not thrilled with that offer and am still looking, but thought I'd share with you.
Hope that helps.
#1710 of 2212 Re: Latest E350 prices [richardnva]
Apr 28, 2012 (3:03 pm)
Your USAA price should be $2000 behind dealer invoice. Invoice should be $52141, give or take a few. Add $500 then subtract $2000 from that. $50641 should be the selling price. Add your taxes, fees, etc to that. From my calculations, considering your sales tax, the deal sounds great unless you have a trade or something.