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2013 and earlier-Mercedes Benz C-Class Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • This may be old news but I sure didn't know about it. A friend just told me that the prices on ALL Benz models will increase tomorrow, October 1.

    I couldn't find a general announcement but here's one from a dealer in Minnesota: des-benz-price-increase
  • allenjallenj Posts: 7
    Ab219, I got this from Mercedes Benz of Princeton, which I think is actually in Lawrenceville. They have a sister dealership in Flemington. You might check there too.
  • e2009e2009 Posts: 23
    Please list the City and State of your dealer for the extended warranty. I am looking for 7 year 100K for 2009 E Class.
  • mrpamamrpama Posts: 1
    I was quoted $31,900
    is this good deal? or I can make to reduce the price like $30,000
  • I am trying to figure out how much my 2006 C230 sport with 19000 mls was actually worth when i bought it in Dec of 2007. It had all the standard features of a C230 sports package plus a navigation system (using a nav DVD), compact disc player, moonroof, and tinted windows. It had a few minor cosmetic defects (small scratches on the metallic panelling and some small stains on the interior carpet, plus obvious scraping on the undercarriage and under the fenders). Do you know where I could find out what it should have been worth? Thanks
  • Hi,

    Which area did you get this deal? I am interested in the same package and price??
  • Mr Cool Guy,

    I am looking to buy 2008 Sport Package P1, IPOD, Silver with Gray Interior. The invoice price is $51,787 and the TMV is $48,950. But Dealer is only giving me 4k below invoice which comes out to $47,787 but is willing to pay for the delivery of the car from out of state to Texas which is 1k. Is that a good deal? Should I ask the dealer to give me 4k below TMV which comes out to $44,950? I think if the dealer is selling at 48,950 which is the TMV they are still making $ with dealer holdback. Should we be using TMV or Invoice when we negotiate with marketing support? Also is the marketing support for E Class 6k or 4k been to 2 dealers and they said Edmunds made a mistake in stating 6k? Pls advise!
  • e2009e2009 Posts: 23
    I always work off the invoice price. Try the mbusa web site. Build your vehicle then you can send it to any MB dealer in the United State for a quote. You can an offer with your E-mail or request a quote. I found some of the best price in California from dealers in the cities of Torrance, San Francisco and Oakland areas. The E-mail goes to the Internet Department and they usually reply within a day or two. I do not know about the shipping to another state other than a European Delivery. You might also try the dealer in New Orleans and Holloway Motors in New Hampshire.
  • So I don't understand most of what is written in these forums. Hoping I can find a patient person to help me out.

    572.19 payment! 12K miles+Premium package+ipod int kit (all I wanted was warm seats!); Quoted 37,895. capped tax: 1450; aq: 795; fees and ins: 600; upfront tax 80; OofP:2,047. retention: .00251
    residual: 56; res bump 2%,; Total res: 23,297; reg fee 351; doc fee 249. advance max 49,887

    So, what of all these numbers are negotiable? What kind of deal is this? How do I sound like I know what I'm doing when I walk in again? They see a woman coming and wham.. I have never leased a car before.

  • I see there is a $3500 incentive for the 2008 C350, but are there any dealer incentives for the 2008 C300? I think last month it was $3000, so is it continuing this month?
  • where did you see that incentive?
  • s

    I guess maybe I was mistaken... the C300 Sport had a $2000 incentive, not a $3000 incentive. Anyways, it appears only the 4MATIC or the Luxury one still has that incentive, not the Sport version.
  • the price you can get for a 2008 c class is outrages. pretty much like 6k-7k off msrp for a c350. idk about a c300.
  • Can someone please advise... I just received an adjusted quote for the following:

    2008 C350
    Premium II package
    Multimedia package
    MSRP: $42,075
    Quoted: $36,200+TTL

    Any ideas if this is a good deal or not? If not, what would be a good deal? Thanks!
  • I think you can get it down to 35,000. but that price isnt horrible.
  • Excuse me for posting in this forum and the "leasing" forum in advanced...

    I like the guy that I work with at MB in the Bay Area but I just discovered this wonderful message board so it doesn't hurt to receive feedback...

    I'm looking at the following:
    Description ................................ INVOICE / MSRP
    C300 Sport White on Black.......... $29,853 / $32,100
    Option 320: Multimedia................ $2,771 / $2,980
    7-Speed Automatic Transmission.. $1,358 / $1,460
    Burl Walnut Wood (uugh).............. $288 / $310
    iPod Integration .......................... $349 / $375
    SUBTOTAL ................................ $34,619 / $37,225
    Transportation and Handling ......... $875 / $875
    IRG Participation ......................... $500 / -- (this is some new weird fee)
    TOTALS ..................................... $35,994 / $38,100

    My price on the car would be $34,500 (about $1500 under invoice). The terms of the lease are as follows.
    39 months
    10K miles / year
    Money Factor = .0025 (or 6%)
    Residual = 57%

    Out the door = 1st payment, reg/licensing and tax or $920.
    Monthly = $499 + CA tax (or a total of $540/month)

    Any thoughts? He let me know that his buy rate on the Money Factor is .002... so do I work him for the extra .0005?

  • I'm looking at a '09 c300 sport 4matic which is coming out to a leasing price of about $530/month for the premium 1 package and 12K miles/yr. I also looked at a '06 E350 4matic with 21K miles and premium package with Navi for $33k (MSRP $35,900). Does the deal on the E350 look good or should i try to negotiate a good price to finance the '09 C300 sport? Live in NJ.
  • well do you really need the bigger e class? if you don't then just go for a new 09 c300. there nothing like a brand new Benz
  • Hello All,

    I am new to this board, and i do hope to get some advises from you.

    I have been quoted $34,500 for a new C300 Luxury Sedan (Silver/Grey-Black MB tex, iPOD integration kit). Is this a good price?

    Does anyone think i can go lower than the quoted price? If so, what would be a good price to offer?

    I live in Houston, TX.

    Thank you for your advise.
  • what year? 2008 or 2009?
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