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Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG, Mercedes-Benz SLK55 AMG, Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class, Car Leasing, Coupe, Convertible
#21 of 61 2007 SLK 280 lease deals JULY
Jul 17, 2007 (2:46 pm)
Can anyone give me the scoop on how much I will pay for a 24 mo or a 36 mo lease - HEAR their is a $3000 dealer cash incentive and great rates? Can someone post some nubers for 10 to 15K/year at 24 mo or 36 mo? TOTALs?
#22 of 61 Re: SLK280 Lease Deal - Help Carman??!! [pellynh]
Jul 17, 2007 (2:47 pm)
Hi- would you mind giving me the scoop on how much I should be paying if I lease in the next 10 days? Looking for some numbers. THANKS
#23 of 61 Leasing question
Oct 04, 2007 (8:39 pm)
Does anyone know if Mercedes has decent leases for used SL's? I am considering leasing a used SL instead of a new one. I don't put many miles on a car and thought leasing a used one might be cheaper on the payments. Does anyone have any input on leasing used? I have always leased new cars.
#24 of 61 2008 slk 350 Lease
Dec 05, 2007 (7:09 pm)
Can you please provide me with the residuals and money factors for a 350 SLK with amg sport package. looking at 33 month term with 10k per year. What type of dicount off of msrp can i expect?
#25 of 61 SL500 lease up in two months
Mar 22, 2008 (7:58 pm)
I have a 2004 SL500 with the lease coming due in mid May. Residual is just over $49,000. I love the car and have had virtually NO problems with it. The car has 39,000 miles on it and will be about 7,000 under the amount allowed by the lease (12,000 a year) at lease end. These vehicles are going for around $40,000 at the auction and only a car that has been completely reconditioned is worth close to what my lease end buyout would be. I know this car and have done the maintenance on it, however with 40,000 miles, I will need to replace tires again, do the brake pads and a B service if I keep the car. I have been told that I may be able to negotiate a better buyout from MercedesBenz financial. What should I offer? I would not mind keeping the car, but not at the automatic buyout. I am considering offering $40,000. Is that even realistic? Thanks in advance for any help and guidance.
#26 of 61 Re: SL500 lease up in two months [rking1118]
Apr 01, 2008 (3:57 pm)
Rking, I would pitch the 40k buyout to MB Financial. They are usually willing to negotiate, specially since models similar to yours are no where near your buyout price. Residuals are generally projections and estimates of what your car might be worth at lease end so I would never pay that price. I know my sister was able to renegotiate her Volvo S40 (I know, not the same car but same idea) at lease end and was able to shave $3000 dollars off the buyout price. You got nothing to lose.
#27 of 61 2009 slk lease rates
May 22, 2008 (9:32 pm)
Can someone post the 2009 slk lease rates?
I have a 2009 slk 350 on order. it should be coming in within the next month.
I feel a little exposed that i do not know the current residual and money factor offered.
The dealer said they could not tell me until it comes in.
#28 of 61 looking to lease the 2012 slk
Dec 30, 2011 (8:28 am)
I'm looking for a short term lease on the slk 2012. What are some quotes that's out there?
10k mi 24 or 27mo lease.
#29 of 61 Re: looking to lease the 2012 slk [sparkangelo]
by Car_man HOST
Jan 17, 2012 (5:25 pm)
Hello sparkangelo. Mercedes-Benz Financial's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2012 SLK350 with 10,000 miles per year are .00154 and 68%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
Use these numbers and negotiate as low a selling price as possible.
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#30 of 61 Re: looking to lease the 2012 slk [Car_man]
Feb 06, 2012 (8:23 pm)
Are current Mercedes SLK new car leases for the longer terms available?
The Mercedes dealer in Fort Meyers has offered 8.5% off MSRP for a 2012 SLK. Is that a decent deal? I am considering the lease vs 72 month financing VS a finance with Balloon payment. The salesman discourages balloon but my thinking is that he does better with a lease.
Our plan is to buy the car new and keep it for many years. I know a purchase is the best financially, but I'd like to keep the payment low. I have Tier 1 credit and stable income so am not worried about refinancing in 3-6 years unless of course rates go crazy high. IF that happens I Can always sell since I will probably put $10K down so should have equity.
I can get less than 4% on a 72 month financing from Cap One.