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Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
#18 of 280 Great Deals on GLK in March
Mar 19, 2009 (4:50 pm)
Bought my new GLK on Tuesday. Worked with 3 local dealers in and around Boston.
Basically, Mercedes has an offer if you take delivery this month, if you get the Premium & Multimedia Package its an automatic $4000 off list.
As for my deal, I got $4500 off a $50K MSRP at Herb Chambers in Somerville, MA.
They had the exact car I wanted, Fully loaded, Met Black, Black Leather. Lighting Pack, MultiMedia, Apperance, Ipod, Heated Seats, Premium, TeleAid, Running Boards. Also my car had the Black Leather with Aluminum Trim rather than the wood. According to the Website, this combination is not possible...but I preferred it anyway.
A different dealer (Westwood MA) offered $5500 of a fully loaded one MSRP $53K. I didn't want the latter car. It had the rear entertainment screens which I didn't want.
However they called today, to give me $5500 of one they had in stock MSRP $47K.
To late for me,...but the deals are out there.
As for the car itself, the GLK is one solid car. It feels like very well built. I love the ride. Looks are polarizing, but thats why I liked it.
Considered other cars:
Audi Q5 - Looked like every other Audi. I saw one with a Tan interior. Not nice.
2010 Lexus RX350 - Was OK & comfortable however very dull. Ugly Dash.
New FX35 - Very Nice Car. Ruled it out for NO cargo space. Not even a large suitcase.
To me the GLK was a no brainer.
#19 of 280 glk pricing help
Apr 13, 2009 (10:10 am)
I've decided to purchase the GLK after driving alot of cars. There haven't been alot of recent posts here...at least for April. Anyone out there who has purchased in April? It seemed like the GLK was going for around invoice last month.
Thanks for your help!
Mary in Arizona
#20 of 280 Re: glk pricing help [cosmo31]
Apr 16, 2009 (10:59 am)
I bought a black on black, aluminum trim with multimedia package+ ipod interface +heated front seats for 36k+regn. I went through epp so it helped me shave off 1K from the dealer's best offer of 37k. edmunds.com's invoice price for this 38345
So I think you can still get one below invoice, if you shop around.
#21 of 280 Re: glk pricing help [nk4glk]
Apr 17, 2009 (7:44 am)
Thanks for the info. What is epp?
#22 of 280 Re: glk pricing help [nk4glk]
Apr 29, 2009 (10:56 am)
Tks for your info. Very helpful.Seems like it's poosible to get a GLK with Multi & prem package for under $40k.
Could u tell us which state? and which dealer pls?
#23 of 280 Re: glk pricing help [cindyhan314]
Apr 29, 2009 (2:51 pm)
Maybe rear wheel drive for under $40,000, very much doubt AWD?
I know car sales stink now but to sell 2010 under cost is beyond ridiculous!
Multi + Prem is little over $40,000 invoice. People should be thrilled if invoice?
Internet is great people can write as they please...doesn't make it so??
#24 of 280 Re: glk pricing help [barry626]
Apr 30, 2009 (9:39 am)
You'r right. I wanted a GLK loaded with Multi pck+heated seat+panorama for under $40k/AWD, do u think it's possible?
What's urs? AWD or RW？
#25 of 280 Re: glk pricing help [cindyhan314]
Apr 30, 2009 (10:59 am)
Mine is AWD & MSRP was $49475 I paid $46000.
Way u want your car invoice is $39414 so if u go to right dealer?
I cannot see why u can't get it slightly under your goal of $40000.
Keep in mind this is a 2010 and most dealers won't take a lot off MSRP.
All depends if u have a relationship with dealer, if u have a trade, etc.
#26 of 280 Re: glk pricing help [barry626]
Apr 30, 2009 (12:17 pm)
Thanks for reply. Will shop around this weekend, but not in a hurry to get a new car. We'll see.
Thinking if "cosmo31" cld get AWD $2k below invocie, i would expect the same
Good luck to myself too!!!
#27 of 280 Re: glk pricing help [barry626]
May 01, 2009 (6:11 pm)
I bought AWD. + multimedia + heated seats +ipod interface , but no premium package. I bought from Herb chambers, MA. Dealer price was 37k. EPP is employer purchase program which knocked off 1K. So 36K is the final price...