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2017 C 300 LOANER LEASE QUESTION

mercedes_89mercedes_89 Posts: 3
edited February 2018 in Mercedes-Benz
Could you please let me know if the following is a good deal? Thanks

2017 C300 loaner car with 5500 miles on it.Lease price of 445/ month for 12,000 miles/year with 3 year maintenance and $3000 down.

I have a current C300 2016 in lease which is expiring in Sept 2018. They are ready to waive off my all remaining payments which was $666/ month on next 6 months.

Thanks a lot.
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  • MSRP:$47500

    Total Gross capital cost:$41,218 includes 3 year maintenance and without it is$39,563

    Mileage:5500

    State tax:7.5 for CA

    $3000 due at signing in full amount and includes 1st payment of $445.

    36,000 miles for 3 years allowance.
    My 6 payments of $666 will be taken care by Mercedes.


  • Thanks for your reply. You are absolutely right.
    I surely think they took advantage of me last time with $666 as monthly payment plus $2300 down. I spoke to them regarding that and they said since it was a new 2016 C300 which came out in September 2015 and I just got the car then it turned be an expensive deal.

    The one I am dealing now is a 2017 C300.

    The biggest factor for me is reducing my monthly payment by $220 and getting a fairly new car. They also agreed to waive off my 6 month payments. 

    So I should go ahead and sign the contract right? What do you think is the disadvantage of getting a loaner car? Would you opt for a 2018 C300 instead of my current deal? If the cash price for car is 40,000 would you suggest to buy it instead of leasing it?

    Thanks again 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 184,908

    Thanks for your reply. You are absolutely right.
    I surely think they took advantage of me last time with $666 as monthly payment plus $2300 down. I spoke to them regarding that and they said since it was a new 2016 C300 which came out in September 2015 and I just got the car then it turned be an expensive deal.

    The one I am dealing now is a 2017 C300.

    The biggest factor for me is reducing my monthly payment by $220 and getting a fairly new car. They also agreed to waive off my 6 month payments. 

    So I should go ahead and sign the contract right? What do you think is the disadvantage of getting a loaner car? Would you opt for a 2018 C300 instead of my current deal? If the cash price for car is 40,000 would you suggest to buy it instead of leasing it?

    Thanks again 

    Nothing wrong with leasing a loaner.. I wouldn't buy it.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

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