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Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Sedan, Wagon
#1774 of 1938 Re: Extended Warranty price on 2009 E-350 [new_to_e]
Jun 17, 2012 (2:09 pm)
Extended warranty on 2009 Mercedes
I would not buy that particular car. Whenever there are two different tires on the front end of a car being sold by a dealer, it means the car has not been properly maintained. Also, the price is way over what I would pay for a car with 48,000 miles and an E350. I truly believe you are looking for trouble if you buy a car sold as is. If the dealer is a Mercedes dealership, they usually don't sell cars without extended warranties if the are reputable. Be very cautious!
#1775 of 1938 Re: Extended Warranty price on 2009 E-350 [new_to_e]
Jun 17, 2012 (4:01 pm)
I agree with the other post. I would not buy that car. Repairs on MB are very costly and not being a certified car with the tires as you mentioned can be an issue.
#1776 of 1938 Mercedes Benz E350 Price
Jun 18, 2012 (2:01 pm)
I am looking to see if I am getting a good deal or not on a 2012 E350 Luxury. I am new to buying so not sure. The car has less then 50 miles on it and has a MSRP of $60,395. I got the price down to $50,157.00 Please let me know if you think this is a good deal or not. Thanks for any help.
#1777 of 1938 Re: Mercedes Benz E350 Price [art14]
Jun 18, 2012 (2:50 pm)
I got the price down to $50,157.00 Please let me know if you think this is a good deal or not. Thanks for any help.
I am going to assume you are getting a conquest incentive ($4000 or so). Yes, that is an excellent price for a 60K car.
#1778 of 1938 Re: Mercedes Benz E350 Price [art14]
Jun 18, 2012 (5:44 pm)
I wouldn't worry much about even 100 miles on a new car. It's likely that the car was used for some test drives....and test drives really don't tax the car very much at all. As long as it's sold/registered as a new car with the full warranty (less that 100 miles, I guess), I wouldn't sweat it at all if I was getting a great deal on the car I wanted.
#1779 of 1938 Re: Extended Warranty price on 2009 E-350 [abacomike]
Jun 19, 2012 (7:18 pm)
Thanks so much for the sage advice. I will proceed cautiously and keep checking out other options.
#1780 of 1938 Re: Extended Warranty price on 2009 E-350 [robertw477]
Jun 19, 2012 (7:20 pm)
Thanks for the input!
#1781 of 1938 Re: Extended Warranty price on 2009 E-350 [new_to_e]
Jun 19, 2012 (7:40 pm)
Thanks so much for the sage advice
For a 2009 E350 with over 40,000 miles on it, and considering it is the old body style with old technology, you should not pay more than $25,000 including that it is certified by Mercedes and has 4 low mileage tires that are the same brand and size. Remember that the car is 4+ years old. I sold my 2009 E 350 sport with 7000 miles on it in January of 2010 and got $39,000 for it. They had $6000 rebates on those 2009 cars because of the body, transmission and technology upgrades. Most people bought those cars new for $43000 back in April of 2009. So you have to take that into consideration as well!
#1782 of 1938 How much to pay for a 2010 E class
Jun 21, 2012 (4:13 pm)
I am looking to buy a 2010 E350 (new shape). I wonder what is a good price to pay for it ? I am in no hurry and can wait , any suggesstions from anyone ?
If anyone can suggest on negociating on the CPO prices at the dealer , that will help as well.
Currently the best price I have seen is $41000 for 2010 with 38k miles.
#1783 of 1938 Re: How much to pay for a 2010 E class [sksksk]
Jun 21, 2012 (4:30 pm)
2010 E350 with 38,000 miles...
First of all, make sure the car is certified by Mercedes Benz. Secondly, you should not pay any more than $38,000 for the car. Remember, there is a new engine out in the 2012's. They had tremendous incentives on the 2010 E350, so most people paid about $47,000 new for the car.
Offer them $36,000 and counter their offer at $38,000.