Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!





Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Did you get a great deal? Let us know in the Values & Prices Paid section!
Meet your fellow owners in our Owners Clubs

i need help with a new c43 2019 coupe lease

Ryan_jaco2Ryan_jaco2 Houston, texasPosts: 1
edited August 14 in Mercedes-Benz
Hello, may i have the MF & RV for a new 2019 C43 Coupe for 15k miles/year for 36 months in Houston, Texas, zip: 77079

This would be a lease

side note, is 15k a year too little? I will need to be driving to and from university which is going to be around 20miles away. That makes 1 schooling day around 40miles, on a worst case scenario, thats 280 miles a week. Using rough estimates, a 36 week school year would total 10,080 miles. That would be just for schooling, if these numbers are inaccurate, please correct me, but if they seem accurate, is 15k a year really enough??

I know this is a long post however I'm a little lost and I don't want to be scammed on my first car which I will be using for school and fun, and I want to present this information to my dad just so he understands my responsibility and the research I'm trying to educate myself with.

Thanks guys any help is appreciated.

Comments

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 137,908

    Hello, may i have the MF & RV for a new 2019 C43 Coupe for 15k miles/year for 36 months in Houston, Texas, zip: 77079

    This would be a lease

    side note, is 15k a year too little? I will need to be driving to and from university which is going to be around 20miles away. That makes 1 schooling day around 40miles, on a worst case scenario, thats 280 miles a week. Using rough estimates, a 36 week school year would total 10,080 miles. That would be just for schooling, if these numbers are inaccurate, please correct me, but if they seem accurate, is 15k a year really enough??

    I know this is a long post however I'm a little lost and I don't want to be scammed on my first car which I will be using for school and fun, and I want to present this information to my dad just so he understands my responsibility and the research I'm trying to educate myself with.

    Thanks guys any help is appreciated.

    Do you go to school, 7 days/week? If not, adjust your calculation.
    I can't tell you how many miles you will need. 15K/yr does it for most people.
    If you are at school 7 days per week, you won't have much time for other driving.

    Leasing in TX is expensive, because you pay the same sales tax as if you were buying the vehicle.
    Also, the coupe lease program is not nearly as good as the sedan.

    36/15
    .00088 MF and 49% residual
    $500 incentive



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

    Edmunds Moderator

Sign In or Register to comment.