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Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#2797 of 2972 Picked up my E350
Jan 22, 2013 (2:35 am)
Turned in my 2011 e350 at NYC dealership and got into a 2013 e350 4matic Msrp 59905 non metallic paint P1 spoiler Amg rims rear folding seats 24 month lease 12k miles per year one time pay 12k that's 500 a month. I bluffed a lot and told them I had a deal for 12,300 which in reality I had 12,800. They matched 12,300 and after further negotiating I got 12k. I know I got great deal. Also with a promotion from Mercedes Benz financial I am getting a refund on my last payment on my 2011 which I turned in at the 23 month mark. I can post my residual value on new one my negotiated price was I believe over 8k off Msrp I have all info. Bottom line it breaks down to 500.00 a month 12k miles per year but at this price i had to pre pay lease and is called mercedes one pay so i pre paid entire lease of 12k dollars. I also got winter mats thrown in. I was pushing for 12300 to include 2 year maintenance they said couldn't do but lowered to 12150.00 without maintenance I pushed and got 12000 no maintenance told me best they would do is 12450 with maintenance . I figure 1 oil change at 12k mark is only maintenance car will need. I know first is due at 10k I will hold off lol.
#2798 of 2972 Not painless but I got it done!
Jan 22, 2013 (6:24 am)
This deal was a little bit of a struggle but I got it done for a friend of mine who was about to lease a new 2013 Honda Accord EX-L V6 w/Navigation instead. Only $9 more per month with the same out of pock for a Benz double the price.
24 months / 12,000 miles per year
$635.52 total out of pock (1st month and DMV)
$442.02 per month with auto pay
See the details below...
Saturday, January 19, 2013 11:22:59 AM
Customer Name: Inside Car Buying LLC WD Deal ID: 798
Sale Vehicle: New 2013 MERCEDES BENZ E CLASS E350W4 4dr Sdn E350 Sport 4MATIC w/AC , Automatic , Odom: 0
Base Payment 442.02
Total Payment 442.02
Purchase Option 42,682.55
Est. Miles Per Year 12,000
Disposition Fee 595.00
Excess Mileage Charge 0.25
Amount Due at Signing
1st Month Payment 442.02
Fees & Insurance 193.50
Total Inception Fees 635.52
Total Cash Required on Delivery 635.52
Customer State: New York Customer County: WESTCHESTER
Type Amount Rate Paid
Cashdown Tax 5.53 7.3750 Capped
Upfront Tax 780.85 7.3750 Capped
Description Amount Paid
Reg 96.00 Upfront
Insp 10.00 Upfront
Title 12.50 Upfront
DocFee 75.00 Upfront
#2799 of 2972 Re: Picked up my E350 [shappy]
Jan 22, 2013 (6:32 am)
Hey Shappy -
I just realized we got the same car but I did a regular lease instead of a 1 payment and my total amount I'll paid for the whole lease will be $10,801.98.
That's like $1,200 cheaper and I got this car from Manhattan too. You should go back there and tell them you want more off... I dealt with Mike at the store on the Westside.
#2800 of 2972 Re: Picked up my E350 [insidecarbuy]
Jan 22, 2013 (10:12 am)
I agree we got same car and although I loved my deal yours is 100 percent sweeter although I didn't do to shabby I leased at a queens dealership and took delivery yesterday and cant or wont renegotiate my deal just wondering I see you are in the business and might do a lot of business with dealership do you think regular consumer not in the business could have gotten that deal you got. Bottom line I 100 percent believe you got that deal but I 100 question whether someone not in the business could have gotten that deal.
#2801 of 2972 Re: Picked up my E350 [shappy]
Jan 22, 2013 (10:48 am)
on a single pay lease, what happens if you total the car after 2 or 3 months? Do you lose everything you put into it?
#2802 of 2972 Re: Picked up my E350 [whomp]
Jan 22, 2013 (12:06 pm)
No gap insurance covers that stolen or totaled u get refunded per paid months
#2803 of 2972 Re: Not painless but I got it done! [insidecarbuy]
Jan 22, 2013 (1:53 pm)
Is the tax and bank fee included in the $442.02 payment or was paid upfront?
#2804 of 2972 Favorable Numbers?
Jan 22, 2013 (8:19 pm)
Gents--I am confused as to how you all are getting such favorable terms on leases. I seek an E-Class Coupe in the Las Vegas area and this is what I am being given:
2013 E350 Coupe: 36 month lease. Advertised lease rate based on MSRP of $55,425 and a gross capitalized cost of $53,788. Includes destination charge. Cash due at signing includes $2,750 capitalized cost reduction, $995 acquisition fee, and first month's lease payment of $629. Total due at signing = $4,374 Residual value at lease end: $33,255.
How can improve on this? I understand that there are ABA and Winter Certificate Discounts. Can anyone possibly provide a sample fee breakdown that I can take to the dealer? I am a neophyte and just finished a year in So. Afghanistan and can't wait to get home and get my benz..makes the dangerous contractor gig worth it. Thanks.
#2805 of 2972 Re: Favorable Numbers? [commanderd]
Jan 22, 2013 (8:37 pm)
People are getting tremendous discounts off MSRP. Scroll back, some people are getting 10k off.
#2806 of 2972 Re: Favorable Numbers? [commanderd]
Jan 22, 2013 (9:23 pm)
Favorable Lease on E Coupes are not as good as their Bread and Butter E Sedans as you post states you are only getting 1637 Dollars off of Msrp on an E Sedan I got 8k off of Msrp. I also leased for 24 months Residual value is higher because car has more value going back as a 2 year old vehicle rather than a 3 year old vehicle. I would never pay any type of Capitalized cost reduction that is paying money upfront to lower your monthly payment. (Sucker Move). I would inquire Mercedes one pay which could save you 2000-2500 over cost of lease thats pre paying the lease in full. Coupes and Cabs never are heavily discounted Supply and Demand. Further their is a face lift on the 2014 E350 so they are running GREAT Programs on 2013 s. On a side note buddy got over 7k off Msrp on a 2013 GL truck and this truck is a new body style but a huge gas guzzler. Consider a E Sedan u can cut a great deal only problem most dealers inventories are very scarce for a variety of reasons.