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2013 and earlier-Mercedes-Benz C-Class Lease Questions

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  • hull22hull22 Posts: 28
    so it turns out, they factored in the lease acquisition fee, upcharged to $1095. Wouldn't budge on that, so I have asked them to throw in floor mats. Waiting to hear back.
  • hull22hull22 Posts: 28
    edited November 2010
    so I finally made the deal for the 2011 C300 Sport with a different dealer who did not markup the lease acq fee. The MSRP was $39,055. They said the USAA price(invoice+$500) is $37382, which is actually $1K over invoice. When I questioned it, they said that the invoice includes a "required" $500 advertising fee. Is this really true or am I being taken?

    Anyways, after the $1500 USAA cash back incentive to bring down the cap cost. The 27mo lease with 0.00116 MF and 68% residual came to about $417/month with taxes+fees upfront. Waiting for the car to be transported from port.
  • Is this really true or am I being taken?

    It probably is on the invoice, so no, you are not being taken.
  • Hey ateixeira. Mercedes' current advertised lease on the 2011 C300 Sedan Sport isn't quite $300 per month. It's actually $339 per month for 27 months with $2,245 down. One might be able to do better than that by negotiating a lower selling price, but still not all the way down to $300.

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  • Hope this helps anyone negotiating a lease in CA.
    2011 C300 Sport
    Black/Black Tex
    Navigation
    Panarama Sunroof
    Keyless-Go
    Spoiler
    MSRP $40 960
    Negotiated price $36, 055
    27 month lease, 10k/year
    $1100 total due at signing
    $405/mth tx included
  • Does adding 4Matic change the residual or MF? Also does anybody know the residual & MF for a 7,500 mile/yr lease for both 27 months & 48 months?
  • orizabaorizaba Posts: 1
    edited November 2010
    Hi all,

    Is the money factor for the C300 and the C350 the same? If not , what are the C350 programs looking like?
    Thanks
  • Hi tax_atty. The lease programs for the 4Matic is slightly different than it is for the RWD model.

    Mercedes-Benz Financial's November buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 27 month lease of a 2011 C300 4Matic with 7,500 miles per year are .00114 and 72%, respectively.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 48 month lease are .00114 and 56%.

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  • Hi orizaba. The lease programs for the C300 and the C350 are similar, but not exactly the same.

    Mercedes-Benz Financial's November buy rate lease money factor and residual for a 36 month lease of a 2011 C350 with 15,000 miles per year are .00200 and 56%, respectively.

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  • Just getting this lease in VA:
    C300 AWD Artic White
    Premium Package 1
    Multi Media
    Heated Seats
    MSRP: 43810
    Price: 39500
    15K Miles per year for 27 months
    Purchase Price Option at 29791
    Rolling Sales Tax 3% into the Lease and only paying the first months plus dealer document fee and tags upfront.
    Lease payment is 519 per month.
  • Hey guys, this is my first post.

    Looked at a 2011 C300 with prem 1, Nav + 4, wood trim, metallic paint, auto, MSRP 40,680. I wanted 0 down, 36months 15k miles.

    Dealer has offered 550/month incl tax, etc, 36months for 12k miles. Is this a good deal? I wanted 15k miles for under 500 incl tax.

    I didnt get into the specifics about residual value and money factor.
  • Hey guys, this is my first time posting on this site.

    Looking at a 2011 C300 4matic sport sedan in NJ. 27 month lease with 12,000 miles. I am looking to put no money down, and only put down the 1st month and typically signing allotment. The additional items I put into the vehicle are:

    - 4matic AWD
    - Premium 1 package
    - Multimedia package
    - Panoramic Roof
    - Rear Spoiler
    - Heated Seats
    - Iridium Silver Paint

    Total MSRP was approximately $45,820.

    I dealer originally offered it for $1700 at siging (including first month) and $589 a month. Went back and forth and checked out other dealerships and am now at $1500 at signing and $550 a month. Is this a good deal? I put alot of extras into the car, so I'm not sure if I can get much lower. What do you think>?
  • I am not sure what your tax rate is in NJ. However if you use the lease tool on this site in concert with Edmunds TMV for this car and the current money factor/residual, you might be able to get another $5-10 off per month.

    It is a very helpful tool if used in concert with all of the other great info in this forum.

    Good luck
  • bjoneybjoney Posts: 1
    edited December 2010
    Deal I received:
    2011 C300 - White, Nav +4, Burl Walnut Wood Trim and a few other extras but not P1.
    - $1,845 at signing (incl $1095 lease aquisition and $750 for something else??)
    - $0 cap reduction
    - 15,000 miles/yr.
    - includes All scheduled maintanence like oil changes, belts, lubes @ 10k, 20k and 30k miles
    - $468/mo
    MSRP - $38,200
    Negotiated Price $35,960
    Not sure if this is a good deal but it was a battle.
  • Just got back from the MB dealer...

    Looking at:

    2011 C300 Sport
    Price: 36680
    Money Factor: 0.00216
    Residual: 57%
    12,000 Miles
    39 months
    $2000 Cash Due at signing

    Monthly payment: $534

    I've been reviewing the forum posts and the money factor seems high...I found the following numbers from last month:

    36-month | 15k miles | residual 57% | .00116 base money factor

    Does anyone have this month's money factor?

    Thank you.
  • vritsvrits Posts: 3
    Car_man,

    Do you have the December 2010 residual and MF for a 2011 C300 lease for 24months (not 27), 12k miles per year?

    Thank you.
  • Hi vrits. Mercedes-Benz Financial's December buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2011 C300 with 12,000 miles per year are 00116 and 70%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

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  • Hi everyone,
    This is not intended to be advertising or spam, as I'm not making any profit from doing this.
    There is a, very reliable, leasing broker in my area in NYC that has a special on the C300 (2011 MY). 27 months pre-paid lease, $250+tax per month + bank and DMV. 7,500 miles a year.
    Message me if interested.
    David
  • All, here is the deal I closed last friday: 2011c300, 4matic, P1, Multi, Leather, heated seats, Capri, pp maint, 10K miles, 27 months, 4,136 due at signing (cap cost red 2,096, acq fee 895, lic fee 350, prep fee 395, tire mgmt fee (???) 7.50, 1st payment 392). Monthly payment is 392.65. I did my homework and shopped 4 dealers. No one could beat it. Good luck and Merry Christmas.
  • I leased a mercedes c300 2011 (msrp of$ 39500) for 27 months and 12000 miles per year. My monthly payment is$ 350 per month. Maintenance oil changes and all is included in price. How good of a deal did I get? $3300 was due at signing but I did not have to pay it bc I traded in my car.
  • I am turning in my C 300 Sport for a C 300 Luxury edition. As I had endless problems w/ the tires on the Sport and did not have the tire insurance, I was wondering if anyone who has the Luxury has had problems w/ the tires? Apparently the tire insurance is approx $37/month...$1,000 over 27 months. I don't want to spend the extra money on the lease if there tends not to be a problem w/ the tires on the Luxury model. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
  • c300 sport black with almond mocha.
    P1 package with Nav4 and Walnut wood and automatic
    invoice $40,715
    selling price $36,900
    12k per year 27 months
    $472 per month inclusive tax
    $1004 upfront which included 1st month payment.

    any thoughts on if this is a good deal ?
  • See post #843
    If they are still offering the 27 month lease special - this price seems high. Got my C300 in December.
  • MSRP: 46,650 (lots of options)
    Selling Price: 41,600
    Out of pocket: 2K (includes everything and first month)
    415 per month including tax
    10K a year
    27 Month lease
    Free winter mats.

    Thoughts?
  • rkatz1949rkatz1949 Posts: 8
    edited December 2010
    2011 c300w4//18,000 miles/yr//27months//MSRP $42,240.
    Everthing rolled in//Pay only 1st month and registration at signing.
    Dealer picks up 5 months of previous mb lease.
    $512/month.

    Should I take the deal?
  • kainnyckainnyc Posts: 76
    Sorry I got better?! Let mr know what u think! C class 2011, 15k miles, 27 mo., 395mo. Plus taxes and fees. So if you double that mileage we have the same offer however mike Kenny at prestige mb said he is going to give me a better deal! He knows if it does come under 500mo. No dice.. Plus I'm getting the last 4 months on my former lease!!!
  • kainnyckainnyc Posts: 76
    Wow sounds better than mine! C class 300 15k, 27 mo. 395mo. Plus taxes n fees! Plus last 4 months of my carollas lease! He's giving mr a better offer tomorrow!
  • Car_man,

    Can you provide the current numbers for a C300 Sport?

    $15k a year

    24, 27, or 36 months?

    Thanks!
  • Just got what I think is a great price and I think I am going to move on it... 2011 C300 4-matic black with premium package 1 and heated front seats leased for 27 months and 12,000 miles per year. They gave me conquest cash of $1,000.00. The M.S.R.P. is $41,110 and the selling price is $35,582 including the conquest money. $325.41 per month with $1,827.01 due at signing plus plates. He said that includes my 1st month, bank fee and sales tax. What do you think??? Any thoughts anyone??
  • Hi gregdole7. Mercedes-Benz Financial's January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 27 month lease of a 2011 C300 Sedan with 15,000 miles per year are .00128 and 68%, respectively.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00128 and 57%.

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