Last post on Jun 18, 2013 at 7:25 PM
You are in the Prices Paid - Buying & Leasing Experiences
What is this discussion about?
Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#2499 of 3028 Nov. Lease Rates for 2012 and 2013 E350 Sedan
Nov 01, 2012 (4:02 pm)
I am looking at both Jaguar XF's and E350's. For the E350, would you please provide me with the following rates for November?
2012 E350 Sedan (not AWD) - 24, 30 and 36 month leases at 10K miles/year
2013 E350 Sedan (not AWD) - 24, 30 and 36 month leases at 10K miles/year
Also, would you be able to share any rebates/incentives being offered for both model years? Conquest cash, dealer cash, etc?
I am hoping that Mercedes is getting aggressive with lease rate for the holiday season since I've heard BMW will be.
Thanks in advance for your help.
#2500 of 3028 Re: Nov. Lease Rates for 2012 and 2013 E350 Sedan [z4maudioman]
by Car_man HOST
Nov 04, 2012 (8:01 am)
Hi z4maudioman. Mercedes-Benz Financial's November buy rate lease money factor and residual value for 24-month lease of a 2013 E350 Sedan with 10,000 miles per year are .00121 and 72% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
The money factors for 30- and 36-month leases of this car are the same, but the residual values would be 66% and 61%.
The numbers for the 2012 model are .00127 / 69%, .00127 / 61% and .00127 / 52%.
Mercedes-Benz is running its "Winter Event" right now, featuring $4,000 dealer cash on 2013 E Sedans.
The 2012 model has $2,250 Customer Advocacy certificates out there.
Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
#2501 of 3028 Re: Nov. Lease Rates for 2012 and 2013 E350 Sedan [Car_man]
Nov 04, 2012 (7:49 am)
What are the deals and rates on 2013 e550 coupes? Thank you
#2502 of 3028 Re: Nov. Lease Rates for 2012 and 2013 E350 Sedan [Car_man]
Nov 04, 2012 (9:17 am)
How does a USAA discount further reduce the cost of the vehicle? Does the Mercedes dealer get any incentives to honor those??
#2503 of 3028 Re: Nov. Lease Rates for 2012 and 2013 E350 Sedan [Car_man]
Nov 04, 2012 (9:28 am)
Hello Car_man, thanks for the info on the MF and residuals for 24, 30 & 36 months 10K miles.
Can you please tell us the MF & residuals for 12K & 15K miles for the same terms as above for the 2013 e-class sedan?
#2504 of 3028 Re: Nov. Lease Rates for 2012 and 2013 E350 Sedan [Car_man]
Nov 04, 2012 (1:39 pm)
Thank you Car_Man,
Very helpful. Do you know if Mercedes is offering Conquest Cash this month? I'm currently a BMW owner, so it would apply to me if they are. If so, how much are they offering and can it be combined with the $4000 dealer cash?
Thank you so much for your help.
#2505 of 3028 Re: Nov. Lease Rates for 2012 and 2013 E350 Sedan [Car_man]
Nov 04, 2012 (3:50 pm)
You helped me before and hopefully now too. Can you tell me the November top tier money factor and 24 month/12K miles/yr residual on a 2013 E class bluetec diesel.
#2506 of 3028 Leasing E350 today
Nov 05, 2012 (11:25 am)
I have no idea about rates and residual values etc , i am a moron when it comes to this stuff
My credit is top tier and i need to lease E350 2013 ,,for two to 3 years
Anyone can tell me how much i should pay down and per month ? Just keep it simple
I am looking for 10k per year mileage
#2507 of 3028 Re: 2013 E350 Sedan $685.30 A Month 24 month lease [killerrides]
Nov 08, 2012 (1:58 pm)
CarMan or Killerrides - Can you please explain the 4.75% in tax credits for Texas.
I am getting a 36/36K quote from a dealer for a $53000 car and cant understand why the payment is 823 a month for zero down.
My math tells me at 6.25% tax it should be not more than 720 a month.
#2508 of 3028 Re: 2013 E350 Sedan $685.30 A Month 24 month lease [gorlomi]
Nov 09, 2012 (9:24 am)
I'm not CarMan or killerrides but I can explain the TX 4.75% tax credit. In Texas, the lessor is responsible for sales tax payments. Some, if not all, TX dealerships can offer, at their discretion, a TX sales tax credit of 4.75%. This means that customers would effectively pay 1.50% sales tax levied on the selling price of the car instead of paying the normal TX sales tax rate of 6.25%. So, if the selling price is $53,000, then you would only pay $795.00 (1.5% x $53,000) instead of $3,312.50 (6.25% x $53,000).
For more information, you might want to call the TX Department of Motor Vehicles at (800) 252-1382.
Hope this helps.