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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Lease Questions



  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi vexed. The money factors are about the same on the 2013 and 2014 E350 Sedan 4Matic, but the 2013 model is eligible for dealer cash certificates that I don't think the 2014 model qualifies for yet. That's $2,000 in additional support on the '13 models plus the fact that dealers will likely be more willing to provide discounts on them leftover models.

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  • vexedvexed Posts: 10
    Thanks, much appreciated. Is that true for the RWD sport models?
  • Thanks!
    Pretty decent numbers.
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    You're very welcome, vexed. The lease program for RWD models is slightly different than the program for AWD models.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    You're welcome ankurchopra87. Yes, the E-Class usually leases fairly well.

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  • tsw910tsw910 Posts: 2
    Hi Y'all ..

    I want to ask if this is a good deal?

    MY2013 E class sedan 4matic msrp around $59xxx -
    27 month lease
    15K miles per year
    service included
    $3000 total out of pocket
    = $599/month

    is this good? or should i get more aggressive?
  • zsandmanzsandman Posts: 7
    edited May 2013
    I just got several quotes on a 2013 E350 4Matc. This is the lowest one, so I'm wondering if it's worth taking or not. Thanks for your attention:

    Mercedes Benz 2013 E CLASS E350 4Matic SEDAN
    Exterior: White
    Interior: Black MB-Tex
    Premium 1 Package
    Wheel Package: 18" AMG®
    Rear Spoiler
    Split-Folding Rear Seats
    TOTAL MSRP $59,905, Sale price $52,500

    27 month lease, 10k miles per year $586 including NYC taxes.

    P.S. What are the MF and RV numbers for this car this month?
    The dealer flat out refused to tell me.
  • ponytrekkerponytrekker Posts: 307
    April was 67 and .00130 but I think that was for 12k miles. Adding 1-2% to the residual for 10k miles per year and it sounds like he is using the correct numbers but I think you may be able to do better on the sales price.
  • melrose1melrose1 Posts: 3
    I am in the process of looking at an e class where in my do u go I am getting way higher prices
  • zsandmanzsandman Posts: 7
    Thanks for your reply. Apparently quoting the dealer, new policy is to always include pre-paid service into the lease and that is the number he had given me before.

    I just signed the deal:
    2013 E350, MSRP: $61,595, $559 per month including NYC taxes.

    What do you think?
  • melrose1melrose1 Posts: 3
    How much did u put down
  • zsandmanzsandman Posts: 7
    $0 down, 1st payment, DMV, Doc fees & bank fee upfront.
  • melrose1melrose1 Posts: 3
    If you don't mind me asking what dealership I am getting prices of 654 and higher
  • zsandmanzsandman Posts: 7
    I got this price form a leasing company and took it to a dealer. Leasing company is (i'm in no way associated with them)
  • xfsxfs Posts: 6

    I have been looking at deals at Marquis. What was the total of all the initial fees for this deal?
  • ilsbilsb Posts: 4
    I am leasing a 2014 E350 that has been ordered. msrp is $65670. Dealer discounted 4500. putting $5000 down. Dealer is quoting .00151 with 72% for 2 year 10000 over 800. Does this sound right?
  • car_man,

    Do you have the MF and residual for May on the 2014 E350 Sport 4MATIC, 36 months, 10K miles. I will be signing this month.

  • lennytheklennythek Posts: 2
    great price, where???
  • ilsbilsb Posts: 4
    Went to New Country in Hartford, Ct and same deal at Herb Chambers in Natick, Ma
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Here's the information that you're looking for ankurchopra87. Mercedes-Benz Financial's May buy rate lease money factor an residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2014 E350 Sedan 4Matic with 10,000 miles per year are .00107 and 59% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

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  • valleyguy408valleyguy408 Posts: 70
    edited May 2013
    My credit is still healing for a divorce where the ex-stopped making house payments for a few months and other small items. The entanglements are now cleared.

    Situation: $15K income per month, no debts except all inclusive monthly mortgage of $3700, FICO is 637 and on the mend.

    I'm definitely out of the running for any quality lease terms. I can afford to prepay the entire e350 lease for 27 months.

    Question: Is it possible to still get aggressive lease terms by making the payments in advance?

  • rravinrravin Posts: 30
    edited May 2013
    Hi Car man, Can you tell me the May mf, Rv% on the rw and 4matic e350 coupe for 24 and 36 months with 15k/yr. Also, the mf if you use max. number of SD. for the identical leases. Any dealer incentives like "spring event" or other encentives. I live in Los Angeles, Ca. Thanks for your help.
    rravinmd :)
  • cboy3cboy3 Posts: 5

    I am hoping to get current (May) RV and money factor for 2013 E350 Wagon Sport. I am being told 61% and .00205 MF. Can I do any better?

    Other details for reference:
    MSRP 63,955
    Price 57,550
    36 months / 12K miles
    Lease payment $758 (incl CT sales tax)
    Total fees, ex first month lease $1,650

  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi rravin. Mercedes-Benz Financial's May buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 E350 Coupe with 15,000 miles per year are .00125 and 67% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 36-month lease are .00125 and 57%.

    The lease program for the 4Matic version of this car is the same.

    The spring event certificates are no longer around, but there is similar customer one certificates out there that provide $3,000 on the '13 E.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi cboy3. The lease program that you were quoted for this car is correct.

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  • ineedacar5ineedacar5 Posts: 22
    Dealerships in Ohio are not dealing on 13 e350s.

    27 month lease
    15k miles per year
    Maintenance included
    Tax included
    62,000 msrp
    0 down
    800 per month
    Another dealership 785 per month

    They will not budge on price and bulk at the low 500 per month deals some of you are getting.

    Any suggestions?
  • dewarsandsodadewarsandsoda Posts: 159
    Hi Ineedacar5,
    In addition to reducing the purchase price, you should also check that all the variables are fair.
    - What are the RV and MF and are these values consistent with what MBFS numbers?
    - Is the MF the base rate MF or has the dealer marked it up?
    - What acquisition fee are they charging you?

    If your dealers remain unwilling to negotiate, you may want to consider contacting dealers out of state. I know that there are plenty of dealers in CA that would be happy to ship a 2013 to OH.

  • boone25boone25 Posts: 6
    The local dealer here in Denver is quoting a 27 month lease on a E 350, but with a $1,075 acquisition fee and a 595 turn in fee plus a $3,000+ down payment. Can any of these terms be negotiated?
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