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

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  • sfcharliesfcharlie Posts: 402
    This might be apples and oranges, but at the end of October, 2011, I purchased a C250, equipped as follows:

    C250W $34,800
    040 Black
    121 Black MB Tex
    P01 P01 Premium I Package: SiriusXM Satellit $2,500
    873 : Heated Front Seats
    810 : harman/kardon Sound System w/Dolby 5.1
    536 : SIRIUS Satellite Radio
    518 : iPod/MP3 Media Interface
    287 : Split Folding Rear Seats
    275 : Power Dr.Seat & Steering Col. w/ Memory
    049 : iPod/MP3 Media Interface Cable
    U22 : 4-Way Lumbar Support
    R95 17" 5-Twin-Spoke Wheels
    S32 S32 COMAND Single Disc Package: 7.0" Hig $930
    527 : COMAND System w/ Hard-Drive Navigation
    396 : Voice Control
    07P Germany
    104 Rear Deck Spoiler $300
    333 333 Sport Sedan: Sport Body Styling, Me
    954 : Avant Garde Package (Sport)
    952 : Sportline Package
    772 : AMG Sportline
    486 : Sport Suspension
    4U4 : Radiator grill with central star
    739 Aluminum Trim
    SUBTOTAL $38,530
    DESTINATION & DELIVERY $875
    TOTAL $39,405

    I ended up paying $32, 800
  • plektoplekto Posts: 3,733
    Considering the 2013 models are out, it's a pretty terrible price on a *used* car. Whatever they want to call it, it's used. Cars Direct has a 2012 C250 with 0 miles on it (new) for $1000 more locally. IMO, the difference between the C250 and C300 is essentially nothing worth getting excited over.

    Nada says that car is worth:
    26,400 - 28,250 - 32,200 Dealer paid for it (wholesale): ~$24000.

    http://www.roadandtrack.com/tests/comparison/squeeze-play-2012-bmw-328i-sedan-vs- .-2012-mercedes-benz-c250-sport/2012_mercedes-benz_c250_sport_page_2

    IMO, the C250 Sport is a better car as it's a lot less expensive and has almost the exact same HP as the C300. Just, it's slightly quicker thanks to the turbo. Also, there's the fact that it's the newer/refreshed style. And of course, that 5mpg or so difference. I'd look at a new 2012 C250 instead. If you wait about a month, the incentives will start and then you'll be looking at close to 30K.
  • Preparing to buy C250 Luxury Sedan with Multimedia Pkg, Premium Pkg, Keyless Go, and Metallic paint. MSRP $43,335; Quote is $39,100 (9.77% off MSRP) less $2,000 Winter Event incentive, total $37,100. Dealer is in PA. Dealer in NJ quoted $37,500.

    Can anyone recommend a northeast/mid-atlantic dealership that would be willing to give closer to 12% off MSRP?
  • plektoplekto Posts: 3,733
    Also, the C250 is quite a bit lighter.
  • Anyone recently purchase a CPO C300 and wants to share good dealer experience and best pricing they found in the NY/NJ/CT tri-state area? Thanks in advance.
  • yaya12yaya12 Posts: 1
    edited September 2013
    I bought a C250 coupe in July, 2013 at a Chicago suburb dealership.
    Model: 2013 C250 coupe with P1
    MSRP: $42,xxx.
    I got 8K off MSRP, which is 34,xxx + TTL.
    The car is a showroom display car with less than 30 miles.
  • Any idea what the reasonable price is now for the same car?

    I am planning to put my trigger in two weeks.

    Thanks
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