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Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#2423 of 2975 Re: Aug numbers for E350 gas? [msajan]
by Car_man HOST
Aug 15, 2012 (5:50 pm)
Hello Marke. Mercedes-Benz Financial's August buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 E350 Sedan with 15,000 miles per year are .00127 and 51%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
Mercedes-Benz is not providing lease support on the 2012 model yet, so if you were to lease it you would have to use Mercedes-Benz financial's standard lease money factors and a 58% residual value.
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#2424 of 2975 Re: Aug numbers for E350 gas? [Car_man]
Aug 15, 2012 (7:45 pm)
Hello Car_man, thanks so much for the information. I assume that you meant 2013 model has no lease support at this time? Also what are the standard money factors for Aug for Tier 1?
Thanks in advance.
#2425 of 2975 2013 E350 Coupe
Aug 16, 2012 (9:10 pm)
2013 E350 Coupe
$1500 off MSRP
Residual - 60%
MF - 0.00295 (7.04%)
On a 2013 I should be around 60% & 0.0021 for top tier??
The 0.0021 is horrible but the 7.04% is a slap in the face considering previous business.
#2426 of 2975 Re: E350 & E350 Bluetec Lease [dl_amg]
Aug 18, 2012 (10:21 pm)
Hello dl amg, is this 2013 E350 lease for $535/ mo. still available and if so are you at liberty to say where? Thanks
#2427 of 2975 Re: E350 & E350 Bluetec Lease [hshadid]
Aug 18, 2012 (11:45 pm)
Not sure, cause I think they had given me a deal that was really low...none of the dealer think I'm joking.
I got my 2013 E350 at Calabasas MB. If you don't mind 2012, you can check with Long Beach on 2012 which they have plenty of them (10+ last wk). Most of them are in $56~58k MSRP range and you can get the car at $1k drive off and $499/mo. incl. tax. I used this deal to get my 2013 deal and I guess Calabasas was really want to earn my business.
One reason I think Calabasas might not honor the same deal because I had deal cut out on Tuesday (the paid price) and ask to response next day. I emailed the sale the same night I will pick up the car next day with the price we agreed on and he agreed but will not be in next day. When I show up the next day, another sales and different sales mgr...when they saw my number both had the mouth drop and try to figure out how those number come about on a 2013. Not to mention my deal incl. 2 yrs service contract...the finance mgr was totally eye drop when he see the deal and took away his profit try to sell us some protection contracts.
Either way, you can try them out.
#2428 of 2975 Re: E350 & E350 Bluetec Lease [dl_amg]
Aug 18, 2012 (11:50 pm)
If you decide to go Long Beach, contact its Internet Sales Mgr. Too bad didn't get car from him but seems very easy to work thru the phone and quotes.
#2429 of 2975 Re: E350 & E350 Bluetec Lease [dl_amg]
Aug 21, 2012 (6:58 am)
Thanks so much! It seems pretty good!
#2430 of 2975 Re: E350 & E350 Bluetec Lease [dl_amg]
Aug 21, 2012 (5:36 pm)
Hi again, Any chance you can confirm three things on your car?
the model year, bluetec vs gas and RWD vs 4 matic
Thanks so much
#2431 of 2975 IS THIS A GOOD DEAL
Aug 22, 2012 (7:18 pm)
2012 E350 SPORT WITH MSRP OF 59,325. FIRST MONTH, SALES TAX AND BANK FEE UPFRONT ( TOTAL OF 3235) AND 688/MO FOR 24 MONTHS INCLUDING 20K MILES A YEAR
Does NY PAY HIGHER BANK FEE OF 1095 OR ARE DEALERS AROUND HERE, UPCHARGING THAT NUMBER?
#2432 of 2975 Re: IS THIS A GOOD DEAL [mojo32]
Aug 23, 2012 (5:12 am)
Mercedes charges $795 so yes, your dealer is marking up the cost.
If I add up your first month's payment, and bank fee, that's $1783. Why are you paying $3235 up front?