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#18 of 50 Re: MB S500 6-CD Changer 'No Magazine' error [lauren12]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
May 03, 2006 (5:57 pm)
Since this is a pricing forum, you might have better luck getting an answer to your question in the general Mercedes-Benz S-Class discussion..
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#19 of 50 Looking for help ELMER 3
May 05, 2006 (7:38 am)
I live in the Pittsburgh, Pa area 9 months of the year and central Florida 3 months of the year. Does anyone have any good experiences with dealers (both price and service ) in either of these areas. Thanks
#20 of 50 Planning to buy a 2006 S-Class (new)
Jul 15, 2006 (9:00 pm)
Believe it or not, I prefer the outgoing body style/interior to the new '07 model and was wondering if anyone has had any recent buying experience from a Mercedes dealership. Are they offering great deals on the '06? Any input would be appreciated.
#21 of 50 2007 4Matic Pricing
Oct 07, 2006 (9:17 am)
When will pricing be available on the 2007 S5504Matic? I thought they were supposed to start production last month.
#22 of 50 Good Deal or No?
Oct 13, 2006 (8:22 pm)
I am about to buy a MB S550 brand new with the sticker price of $92,300, for $89,000. I am getting $3.3K discount off the MSRP. Good deal or no?
Any comments welcome.
#23 of 50 Re: Brand New S350 [LanceL99]
Oct 21, 2006 (4:53 am)
Sounds like that was a great price 7 months ago...what are they going for now? I am in the market TODAY for a new - or gently used S class. My present 99 S320 LWB has been great - any idea what I can really get for this with less than 64000 miles on it? Edmunds says less than $20K but that seems quite low for the last of the beautiful big body MB's?
#24 of 50 Re: Brand New S350 [slattery2]
Nov 23, 2006 (11:50 am)
Slattery2, are you still in the market for an '06 S-Class?
#25 of 50 Re: Planning to buy a 2006 S-Class (new) [barkingdog]
Nov 28, 2006 (7:48 pm)
Where are you located?
#26 of 50 Re: Brand New S350 [LanceL99]
Mar 28, 2007 (4:25 am)
I am still - or back - in the market for either a used S-Class or perhaps an E Class WAGON (I would consider a new wagon). I know this is a vast departure from an S-Class, but my first MB was a wagon and I loved it. I have spoken to MB dealers, but nothing with the right "provenance" in either an S-Class or a wagon has come available. I actually purchased a used Wagon locally and took it to my mechanic - he told me to "run-away" as there was undisclosed body damage (I thought I was pretty good at spotting this sort of thing) and - as it was "imported" from upstate NY or MASS - there was road salt damage to the sensors...and I do NOT want a "Manheim" car. I have always purchased NEW and have ALWAYS purchased "over the phone" and just picked it up. I now must either DO something or replace all 4 tires and face the upcoming 70K service. I AM READY FOR A NEW CAR.
#27 of 50 Re: Brand New S350 [slattery2]
Apr 11, 2007 (6:37 pm)
I read the above post with a grain or two of salt (pardon the expresssion). Cars "imported from MA or upstate NY have "road salt damage to the sensors". Thats a new one on me. Additionally, upstate NY cars and MA cars have no more salt exposure than any other eastern car and in any case with modern cars you just don't see "salt damage" for at least a decade.
Me thinks that the 70K mile service would be a far better way to go, anyway. The sales tax alone on a new car would be far more than THREE of these services and what do four premium tires cost from the Tirerack cost, $475 with NO sales tax.