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is this a good price for the cla250???

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Oct 16, 2013
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is this a good price for the cla250???

So I negotiated a brand new CLA250 2015 with the premium package+ plus premium package+ sports package (close to full option) to 39,000 canadian dollars

39,000 cash price before tax

Looking to pull the trigger, is this a good price to buy it or not??
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gnr92921 wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 5:42 pm
So I negotiated a brand new CLA250 2015 with the premium package+ plus premium package+ sports package (close to full option) to 39,000 canadian dollars

Looking to pull the trigger, is this a good price to buy it or not??
Which dealership in Calgary is this?

PM me if you want a referral @ Lone Star - I deal with dealerships on a daily basis.
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gnr92921 wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 5:42 pm
So I negotiated a brand new CLA250 2015 with the premium package+ plus premium package+ sports package (close to full option) to 39,000 canadian dollars

39,000 cash price before tax

Looking to pull the trigger, is this a good price to buy it or not??
What is msrp of the car?
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gnr92921 wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 5:59 pm
its a dealership in edmonton
I'm sure its West Edmonton Mercedes previously David Morris..
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39k is very good price if it includes freight/pdi and other dealer fee and if its not a demo car
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guessboi wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 5:49 pm
Which dealership in Calgary is this?

PM me if you want a referral @ Lone Star - I deal with dealerships on a daily basis.
I tried lonestar and they doesn't give good discounts..
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taurus25 wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 6:33 pm
I tried lonestar and they doesn't give good discounts..
Depending on who you know just like any other business.
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guessboi wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 6:34 pm
Depending on who you know just like any other business.
May be.. But when it comes to car shopping i think its ur negotiations skills.. In my last two deals with mercedes in last one year i didn't knew any of the dealer but got best deals both of the time as compared to other rfder's
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Wouldn't it be better to buy an economic car like Honda Accord or similar that takes regular fuel and is cheaper to repair/maintain than an entry level Mercedes, which, is just an excuse to say you drive a Mercedes.. ?
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Altera wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 6:38 pm
Wouldn't it be better to buy an economic car like Honda Accord or similar that takes regular fuel and is cheaper to repair/maintain than an entry level Mercedes, which, is just an excuse to say you drive a Mercedes.. ?
Nah... The crappiest damn benz is still nice to drive... Except the B-Class. That one is an odd ball.
The accord won't have the same refinement... Even if the accord is fully optioned out.
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Altera wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 6:38 pm
Wouldn't it be better to buy an economic car like Honda Accord or similar that takes regular fuel and is cheaper to repair/maintain than an entry level Mercedes, which, is just an excuse to say you drive a Mercedes.. ?
Wouldn't it be better to stick to the topic of the thread?
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Altera wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 6:38 pm
Wouldn't it be better to buy an economic car like Honda Accord or similar that takes regular fuel and is cheaper to repair/maintain than an entry level Mercedes, which, is just an excuse to say you drive a Mercedes.. ?
Geez why didn't you recommend the Corolla. MB makes the cla because there is a market. Clearly you are NOT it.
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Altera wrote:
Jan 27th, 2016 6:38 pm
Wouldn't it be better to buy an economic car like Honda Accord or similar that takes regular fuel and is cheaper to repair/maintain than an entry level Mercedes, which, is just an excuse to say you drive a Mercedes.. ?
I drove Cla250 AWD for about a week, it's definitely a Mercedes. Drives real nice and very Mercedes like interior. Imo it looks good too. Had adequate power and very nice seats. I would not get one for myself as it does not check of all the boxes of what I am looking for in a car, but a good car nonetheless. To say its a pretend Mercedes is a bit of a stretch, you need to drive one. Accord on the other hand is definitely a Honda, drives different and looks different too. Nothing wrong with that, but it is a different car for a different person.

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