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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Lease Questions

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  • duweiduwei Posts: 5
    One of it is San Jose credit union. Need only $10 to open account.
  • aeggroupaeggroup Posts: 131
    Are you talking about 09 or 10 model ???
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,341
    An E class mercedes for $519 a month -- the last of the cheap lease deals on luxury cars. Congrats.
  • Great deal ! Could you let me know where you went? Thank you, Peter Cook (peter@fendergrip.com) Thank you and enjoy your car !
  • cjones88cjones88 Posts: 23
    I see there are special lease deals popping up on new 2010 E350's. Does anyone know the money factor?
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,341
    Only 09's -- wait til next July for a deal on a 2010.
  • pensionpension Posts: 7
    I have a deal to buy base 2009 E350(silver/black) for $41,800. 2.95 finance = $623 for 66months. I have no problem owning the car as I have owned 3 older Mercs with no problems. Is this a good deal?
  • cjones88cjones88 Posts: 23
    I know there are huge dealer incentives to move the 2009's, but I was curious what the going money factor is on a 2010. Dealers in Atl appear to be dealing at $1,000 off MSRP already, and I believe I saw an ad for a $699/mo lease on a 2010 E350. Actually trying to find out the money factor so we can make a decision as to whether to buy for cash, lease, or finance, so if you know current money factor and residuals being used on 36 months leases at 12k miles/yr for the 2010, that would be helpful.
  • rbrrbr Posts: 106
    The finance percent sounds good, but the purchase price sounds high unless that includes sales tax... note that their are others on this board and elsewhere posting prices including the P1 package for 38-39K w/o tax. I think you may be leaving a lot of money on the table.
  • arod4arod4 Posts: 17
    congrats fladan! that sounds like an awesome deal! i live in the sofla area and i appreciate your info. looking for exactly the same car....you don't even want to know what i'm paying for my 07 e-350 lease..eek! my lease is up and i need to make a decision by tomorrow or friday... talk about last minute.
    would u be able to send me the name of salesperson you worked with at MBft.lauderdale? newsie9876@aol.com
    thanks! arod
  • a8man1a8man1 Posts: 23
    HI mrmbzsales,
    Can you confirm the 1.9%@66 months financing from MB for an 09 E550? My dealer tells me that is only available for the 09E350......

    Has any one else obtained this rate please share or pm me.

    Thanks!
  • arod4arod4 Posts: 17
    hi everyone, saw a great deal here (thanks fladan) on this forum and it may have been the last... still working on trying to get it but i'm getting shut down everywhere... what gives??
    salespeople at every dealership are telling me that deal 'doesnt exist' ....

    !!!! can anyone help? here is what i'm working towards:
    msrp $58,169
    2009 e350 sport with p1 package
    black/black
    $1103 total out of pocket includes 1st month payment
    $513 a month with tax
    36month lease/12k miles.
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,341
    Swapalease.com has 350's for lease through brokers in california and nyc for mid 500's. Zero down they say in ads. Check it out. May be bogus or may be true.
  • arod4arod4 Posts: 17
    jayrider, thanks i will check out but if i remember correctly swapalease is company that tries to get ppl out of their leases....so buying used car, etc. just taking over someone else's lease payments.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,787
    New car dealers and brokers advertise new car leases on Swapalease, as well...

    Take their numbers with a big grain of salt, though.. until you get all the details..

    MODERATOR
    Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • redhat381redhat381 Posts: 24
    Are there any in the LA area?

    MBZ preferred credit unions that is.
  • redhat381redhat381 Posts: 24
    Hi Car Man. My dealer in Los Angeles tells me that this program is not available to him.
  • marketmmarketm Posts: 8
    That will not happen. sounds like something is missing

    I have shopped a few dealers in NY/NJ and the best i have come up with is $565/mo for 36mo 12k/yr taxes included
    $750 bank fee + 1st month + motor vehicle reg due at signing.

    E350 Rear Wheel Drive Sport w/ P1 pkg MSRP was $57K

    Don't expect ANYTHING better than this.... unless better incentives kick in after July31st
  • jk7jk7 Posts: 23
    Although I didint;it get much help on my questions, I always learn something in these forums...

    Leasecompare.com is the best place for MF and residual information.

    I ended up leasing a black/black E-350 2009 with p1 package and maple trim. Drive off 2000, payment was 610/month. I shopped around several dealers in LA. May have gotten a better deal, but the dealer I ended up with is a 5 min walk from my home. This was 36 month, 15k/year since I drive a lot.

    The car is heavenly. I have never driven such a nice car. Coming off a BMW, this is definitely more luxurious. I wouldn't have minded paying another 50/month.

    My MF was .00165 and Residual 43% which I confirmed with several dealers. The only additional was 1000 doc and bank fee. I dont know if that is real, but hey they have to make some money too..

    Good luck guys, whatever you pay you will not regret.. MBZ is really awesome
  • gmelaysgmelays Posts: 5
    ok first post here this is the best deal i got what you guys think?

    2010 e 350

    white

    beige

    p2

    pan roof

    40/60 split seat

    upgrade wheels

    parkrtonic

    58k car

    4500 out of pocket

    874 {with tax included}

    10k miles

    36 months

    what you guys think?

    i called all over califonia... all i want is p2 white tan ...the wheels i dont want at all but i guess i have to pay for them they said

    anyone know a better deal?
  • arod4arod4 Posts: 17
    hi marketm, thanks for the feedback. actually check out fladan's post #828. he got that very same deal and was kind enough to give me his contact at our local dearlership.
    **i spoke to that saleswoman today and she confirmed all those numbers!* crazy deal huh?
    she tells me the biggest problem she has in offering me the same deal is the fact that the dealership doesnt have anymore new 2009's e350s on the lot. she says they are low on inventory even regionally and that a nationwide search is going to be tough to do in one day (because the current rebates end july 31st & new ones will likely come out on monday & no one knows what they are.)
    I had one more dealership confirm this deal and they are working on trying to find my car...but she said same thing that everyone is having to beg, borrow and steal the last NEW 2009's in inventory around the country. so i'm keeping my fingers tightly crossed for this to happen!! :)
    arod

    ****************** this is deal that i'm trying to get *************
    msrp $58,169
    2009 e350 sport with p1 package
    black/black
    $1103 total out of pocket includes 1st month payment
    $513 a month with tax
    36month lease/12k miles.
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,341
    The ads from the dealers that look awsome haven't been updated. They were good sometime in the past but are no longer valid. Gee -- wonder why they leave the bait on the website?
  • frogger97frogger97 Posts: 21
    Thats a great deal!
    So what did you negotiate the Selling Price down to?
    Also what is the money factor that they used?

    Congratulations
  • gmelaysgmelays Posts: 5
    i dont know ill call him now...
    what deals have you heard for a 2010 E
  • gmelaysgmelays Posts: 5
    $56,292
    36-month | 7.5 k miles | residual 59% | .00270 base money factor

    4500 out of pocket

    payment=850
  • Here you go. This is for July...August are not out yet.

    2010 Mercedes E-Class

    2010 Mercedes E350 Coupe
    24-month | 15k miles | residual 62% | .00382 base money factor
    36-month | 15k miles | residual 57% | .00347 base money factor
    48-month | 15k miles | residual 48% | .00347 base money factor
    60-month | 15k miles | residual 40% | .00395 base money factor

    2010 Mercedes E350 Luxury
    24-month | 15k miles | residual 61% | .00275 base money factor
    36-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00270 base money factor
    48-month | 15k miles | residual 45% | .00270 base money factor
    60-month | 15k miles | residual 37% | .00395 base money factor

    2010 Mercedes E350 Sport
    24-month | 15k miles | residual 61% | .00275 base money factor
    36-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00270 base money factor
    48-month | 15k miles | residual 45% | .00270 base money factor
    60-month | 15k miles | residual 37% | .00395 base money factor

    2010 Mercedes E550 Coupe
    24-month | 15k miles | residual 60% | .00382 base money factor
    36-month | 15k miles | residual 55% | .00347 base money factor
    48-month | 15k miles | residual 46% | .00347 base money factor
    60-month | 15k miles | residual 38% | .00395 base money factor

    2010 Mercedes E550 Luxury
    24-month | 15k miles | residual 58% | .00275 base money factor
    36-month | 15k miles | residual 53% | .00270 base money factor
    48-month | 15k miles | residual 42% | .00270 base money factor
    60-month | 15k miles | residual 34% | .00395 base money factor

    2010 Mercedes E550 Sport
    24-month | 15k miles | residual 58% | .00275 base money factor
    36-month | 15k miles | residual 53% | .00270 base money factor
    48-month | 15k miles | residual 42% | .00270 base money factor
    60-month | 15k miles | residual 34% | .00395 base money factor
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,341
    The best mf is 6.48% and the worst is 9.48% -- wait til next year when the rates aren't so bad.
  • Are we talking about a 2009 or 2010 E350? It must be a 2009 correct?
  • i finally picked up my 2009 E 350 with P1 package and sports package.

    3 years / 12k a year

    $530 Month including tax
    only $700 down which includes first month and registration only, everything else rolled into $530. I got the last one in the dealership. Its a pretty good deal
  • arod4arod4 Posts: 17
    here is the deal i finally signed: (by the way, this was thanks to fladan's post #828. and another edmund's forum reader that emailed me. thank you both for all your help.)

    2009 e350 sport with p1 package
    msrp $58,855
    panorama sunroof
    flint grey metallic
    $1103 total out of pocket includes 1st month payment
    36month lease/12k miles.
    $505.47 a month with tax

    thank you edmunds!
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