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Would you please check out my proposed lease deal for a 2019 GLC300 and give me some feedback???

Dodgers66Dodgers66 PennsylvaniaPosts: 3
edited December 2018 in Mercedes-Benz
Proposed Build on a 2019 GLC 3004MATIC....
(sidenote- these are the preliminary numbers on the 2019, but if the 2020 arrives before April - I will get that model.

Here are the specifics.
30 month Lease
1.23 MF and 53% Residual

The quote I give below is the preliminary quote for the 2019 at 30 months 15K. Was told if I move this down to 12K will cut about $40 from the monthly payment.

Price with Destination 51,925
(Only listing additional charges to the base price of $42,700
Selenite Grey Metallic
Premium Package
AMG Line/Night package
Smartphone Integration
Rearview Camera
Panorama Roof
Burmester Sound
Ambient Lighting
Illuminated Star

Dealer Cash- $3593
Fleet/MB caseh $2,000
Total price after deductions $46,332

Is this a good deal. I will get out of the deal at 27 months.... So appreciate your feedback. Really trust you guys !!

Answers

  • Dodgers66Dodgers66 PennsylvaniaPosts: 3
    Sorry Guys... The Lease price quoted was $665 a month.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,973
    Dodgers66 said:

    Sorry Guys... The Lease price quoted was $665 a month.

    53% is the residual for 36/15, not 30/15.
    The 30/15 residual is 57%

    Make sure you take the mileage you need. It won't save you any money to drop to 12K/yr, if you go over.

    Did the dealer say they could lock in this month's rate? If so, for how long?

    Seems like a $52K MSRP GLC300 would be easy to find. Why order?

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Dodgers66Dodgers66 PennsylvaniaPosts: 3
    I know the MB well as a consumer and have either built or leased MB for the last 18 years I am not a technical car guy but know what I am looking for in a MB.
    I found many that were close but did not match. I was not willing to comprimise on things important to me like upgraded lights or panorama sunroof which some of the GLC's I viewed had. Also if I did not need a package such as Multi Media... Many of them had it. Also my lease is on my current vehicle is not up until April, so I wanted to build the car I wanted. If the 20's roll in before that we will switch it to a 20' build

    As I stated this build is for April when my lease will be up these are some preliminary numbers and I wanted to get your opinion on. With what you read above (other than my confusion on the residual) would you take the deal if it stands for 30 months ( I will get out in 27) for $1,783 down and $665 a month??
    I really appreciate your take on the deal i listed above.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,973
    Dodgers66 said:

    I know the MB well as a consumer and have either built or leased MB for the last 18 years I am not a technical car guy but know what I am looking for in a MB.
    I found many that were close but did not match. I was not willing to comprimise on things important to me like upgraded lights or panorama sunroof which some of the GLC's I viewed had. Also if I did not need a package such as Multi Media... Many of them had it. Also my lease is on my current vehicle is not up until April, so I wanted to build the car I wanted. If the 20's roll in before that we will switch it to a 20' build

    As I stated this build is for April when my lease will be up these are some preliminary numbers and I wanted to get your opinion on. With what you read above (other than my confusion on the residual) would you take the deal if it stands for 30 months ( I will get out in 27) for $1,783 down and $665 a month??
    I really appreciate your take on the deal i listed above.

    Given your parameters, it appears they've given you a 36 month quote, using the 36 month residual.

    With the numbers above, a 30 month quote would be about $40/mo. higher.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

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