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Old 10-24-2013, 09:13 PM
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2014 e350. What'd you pay?

Anyone care to share? Curious to see how my deal stacks up
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You wanna start by revealing your deal ?
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You wanna start by revealing your deal ?
+1

That's how these threads usually get the ball rolling.
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2014 E350 w/ every option :)
Also your location as that affects the "deal"
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Also the body style that affects the "deal".

Most dealers will give you $500-$1,000 over actual invoice less any current customer or dealer incentives which can be as little as nothing or as much as $5K.

Some can also qualify for USAA, conquest or loyalty cash which can range from $1,000 to another $2,500 off or it can be non existent for a given month.

Otherwise what does it matter what others paid for their car? Will them paying more than you make you feel better about your purchase? Will them paying less will make you feel worse about yours? What's your intent with the question?
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I got an ad sent to me for $379 a month on a 2014 E350 with a few K driveoff.
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Hi Rj,

Check out http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com/[email protected]@

You'll see people sharing experience, prices etc. What was your deal?
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Thanks for pointing on Edmunds talk. I think the guys are talking about right, max discount you can take $10K-$11k for now. I can't give much light on my deal now, since still negotiating. I believe I can take $7k-$8k off MSRP, but I do not have right negotiation skills and I am in SFBA, so my dealers are Autobahn and Oakland which are named as crappiest and it is true. Anyone has experience with Smithy European (San Jose)? I am going there over weekend but I am not sure how to talk to the guys.
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I got an ad sent to me for $379 a month on a 2014 E350 with a few K driveoff.
..base model, amazing credit, 7500 miles a year, taxes fees etc upfront, no other MB dealer within 100 miles ? Here in North Jersey we don't get deals like that.
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Sorry guys, I don't mind sharing at all. The reason I posted was because the dealers always act like they're "giving the car away" at the price.

My build...
4matic
P1
18" amgs
Led package
Lane tracking assist.
Mbtex
Sport steering wheel
Sport package

That's the most of it. (Currently driving right now)

I live in the DC area. Sticker was 64.5k. I am usaa and navy federal. I walked out the door at 59.8k. In talking with usaa. If you go through them you can be guaranteed about 6k off msrp. I didn't actually have to go through them. The dealer asked if I was part of them and knocked the 6 off. Then negotiated down to my final price.

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We've also got about 7 dealerships with 50 miles each way from my house. I didn't explore the other dealerships because I was so happy with where I started
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..base model, amazing credit, 7500 miles a year, taxes fees etc upfront, no other MB dealer within 100 miles ? Here in North Jersey we don't get deals like that.
This is the one I got. This is the best deal on a facelift I've seen yet but I get stuff like this all the time, high $3's to low $4's all throughout California (I'm on a lot of M-B dealers mailing lists ).

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K-A, read the fine print: "1 available at this price" (a.k.a. when you get there, "that" car, probably without P1, is no longer available). Typical bait and switch. Those deals are NOT possible on "normally" (P1, but not much else) optioned cars.
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Great deal

We got a black on black 2014 E350 4Matic sedan for my father in law a few weeks ago from a dealership on Long Island.
Sport
18" AMG wheels
Power close trunk
Comfort box
Sport steering wheel
Keyless Go
Ambient light package (polar is the best IMO)

The sticker was for $63k and some change. Sale price was $54,390 before the trade in. I got my left over 2012 E350 4Matic from them in April for $44,900. The sticker was for $60k and some change. Our 2 2013 C300 4Matic sport (everything but Pano and the extra sport package) leases were also at a great payment ($483 includes prepaid maint. 12k miles 48 months) with nothing down other than DMV & title.

I am debating between a E550 or CLS550. Once I make up my mind I'll share what we got there also.
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Thanks for pointing on Edmunds talk. I think the guys are talking about right, max discount you can take $10K-$11k for now. I can't give much light on my deal now, since still negotiating. I believe I can take $7k-$8k off MSRP, but I do not have right negotiation skills and I am in SFBA, so my dealers are Autobahn and Oakland which are named as crappiest and it is true. Anyone has experience with Smithy European (San Jose)? I am going there over weekend but I am not sure how to talk to the guys.
PM me. I have an honest hookup in the bay area.
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We visited MB of Pleasanton last weekend and was able to negotiate $10k off 2014 E350.
$60k sticker, $55k drive out including a little over $5k of tax title and fees. so selling price just under $50k.

We're holding out till they give us at least $12k off.
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We visited MB of Pleasanton last weekend and was able to negotiate $10k off 2014 E350.
$60k sticker, $55k drive out including a little over $5k of tax title and fees. so selling price just under $50k.

We're holding out till they give us at least $12k off.

that's a good deal...care to share more about the car? packages, etc?
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that's a good deal...care to share more about the car? packages, etc?
2014 E350
Palladium Silver
Black MB Tex
P1
Comfort box
Keyless go
Lane tracking

and a few other minor things I don't remember. MSRP was right at $60k
We really wanted one with the adaptive lights but couldn't find too many on lots and most didn't have the right color or other equipment we wanted.

We're not in a rush to get another vehicle so we can wait for an excellent deal to come along. going to see what they are willing to do at the end of the year.

We really wanted a 2013 E350 that the dealer had, but they sold it the day after we started initial negotiations. We were trying for $15k off that one and was getting close.

We spoke with several dealers in the SF Bay, East bay area and it seems starting discount is about $7k before any hard core negotiations. It wasn't hard to get $9k to $10k off 2014 E350's they had in stock.
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K-A, read the fine print: "1 available at this price" (a.k.a. when you get there, "that" car, probably without P1, is no longer available). Typical bait and switch. Those deals are NOT possible on "normally" (P1, but not much else) optioned cars.
It is a P1 with Keyless Go.
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It is a P1 with Keyless Go.
How can you tell? Its not stated in the ad. Regardless, the key is "1 at this price". If price is sustainable, then why only one? Enough said.
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I searched the VIN. Even if there is only 1 it seems like a deal an average forum browser here could attain on their own at any dealer with some negotiating. Not sure how the lease signing amount breaks down but it looks to include a down payment. Take that out and it would over $500 a month with $0 down.
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I searched the VIN. Even if there is only 1 it seems like a deal an average forum browser here could attain on their own at any dealer with some negotiating. Not sure how the lease signing amount breaks down but it looks to include a down payment. Take that out and it would over $500 a month with $0 down.
If the advertised car really has P1 and Keyless then it is a $57,345 MSRP car even in polar white. The only way to get the monthly payment on a 27 month lease down to the advertised $379 is if they're selling it $12k off MSRP with a 60% residual value and a 0.00145 money factor. That sounds like a really strong sale and I doubt you'd find any dealer beating that one. With $0 down it would be $507/month.
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I've been negotiating in Southern California and have received quotes for about 11k-11.5k off MSRP on a 60-62k range 2014 E250 for about 18-19% off MSRP. I've also noticed that there is a $500-$700 charge included in the "dealer net invoice" which I believe are regional ad fees. Does anyone know if the regional ad fees apply to vehicles that are pre-ordered as opposed to cars sitting in the dealers available inventory? Is this fee about the same across the US? Thanks for your help.

Most local internet sales staff will provide a quote such as $2300 below invoice plus any applicable MB incentives which currently is $5000 for purchase and $3000 for lease for the month of October. I'm hopeful those incentives will be place for Nov and Dec as well.

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I come up with 9k off but the residual is 69% for 27 months in my area (East Coast, the ad is from CA). I have been offered around $525 a month with nothing down for a E350 4matic, the MSRP is over $60k and I can basically choose between the various ones they have in stock without changing the price too much. The only reason I have not is because I want the E250 and they are not a good lease this month.
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If you think the E250 doesn't lease well try getting an E-wagon. I'm lucky I'm getting one for 5% off MSRP, no customer or dealer incentive on this thing.
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