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2017 Mercedes E400 Coupe Lease Deal - Thoughts?

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2017 Mercedes E400 Coupe Lease Deal - Thoughts?

2017 E400 coupe - 24k/year

Avantgarde edition package
235 PARKTRONIC w/Active Parking Assist
218 Rear View Camera
608 Adaptive Highbeam Assist (AHA)
640 Active LED High Performance Lighting System Code 632 is deleted.
810 harman/kardon LOGIC7 Surround Sound System 450W, 12 speakers, subwoofer, Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS
889 KEYLESS-GO
277 Sport Steering Wheel
409 Multicontour Front Seats
660 18” AMG 5-Twin Spoke Wheels
All-Season Performance Tires: 235/40 front, 255/35 rear
950 Sport Brake System Includes upgraded brakes & stainless steel pedals

loaded 2017 E400 coupe.
24 month lease. $542.97 plus HST. $2499 due on delivery including first and security deposit. Includes payment waivers!

Deal expires Wednesday February 28th.

24,000km per year allowance
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What is the grand total discounts (dealer + factory) ? It’s basically a 1 year old car. 24 months Residual is probably in the mid 60’s ?

mid $500’s per month seems pretty low for E class
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I would only keep for the 2 years -
Wouldnt buy it out
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I know. The info you have provided is not enough to make a comment on.

New ?
Demo ?
Int rate ?
Residual?
Discount offered ?
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wmahmud wrote: I would only keep for the 2 years -
Wouldnt buy it out
Why only 2 ? I've had my E350 going on 5yrs.
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im interested in this, can you tell me which dealer is offering?
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Your $6xx monthly payment is nearly 50% of a typical e classs coupe lease.

If there is no catch, then go for it !
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booblehead wrote: Your $6xx monthly payment is nearly 50% of a typical e classs coupe lease.

If there is no catch, then go for it !
why do i think its a c400 thats more of a believable quote for the C.
but as far as i know the c400 is now c43 "AMG" so can't be that.

all in OP go for it, i would.
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This sounds kind of "too good to be true".

Also is this the per month or bi-weekly price?

OP do you mind telling us which dealer offered this to you?
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Bluemist1967 wrote: why do i think its a c400 thats more of a believable quote for the C.
but as far as i know the c400 is now c43 "AMG" so can't be that.

all in OP go for it, i would.
Even if it’s a C class , it would still be around in the $850 + range at least for a loaded one

Op should show us the dealer quote sheet here
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E400 as stated with options and costs

I’ll post details tomorrow

More then 1 available, will share dealer and sales person name

Did find out they are MB exec cars,
Most have around 14000km on them, but does not cut into the 24000km/year allowance
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wmahmud wrote: E400 as stated with options and costs

I’ll post details tomorrow

More then 1 available, will share dealer and sales person name

Did find out they are MB exec cars,
Most have around 14000km on them, but does not cut into the 24000km/year allowance
Since it’s leased and you’re keeping it two years, I wouldn’t think the 14k is that big of an issue. They’ll have been abused but you’ll do the same and any issues are MB’s. My concern would be brake and tire wear. You might get away with not having to replace brakes and possibly tires on a 2 year lease return but that’s much less likely with 14k of hard driving.
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Discount is over 20k, residual 41K, rate is 5.9%

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