2019 C43 Lease Take Over (Washington, DC) - $0 DAS, $808/month

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2019 Mercedes C43 AMG Sedan
Location: Washington DC area

MSRP: $66,670
Monthly payment: $868.69 (includes Virginia tax, wheel/tire protection, ding protection)
Effective monthly payment (if incentive is provided): 808.16 with $2500.00 incentive.

Current mileage: 7,717
Maturity mileage: 60,128
Effective miles per month: 1503
Maturity date: April 2023

Incentive for new lessee (if any): $2500.00

Financial institution: Mercedes Benz Financial
Transfer fee: $595
Out-of-state transfer allowed (yes/no): Yes

Vehicle condition (accidents, tire wear, etc.), options, and other details:
Perfect condition, my commute changed from 44 miles round trip to 8 miles round trip so I am not getting the most out of this amazing car:

Package: Polar White Exterior
Black MB-Tex/DINAMICA w/Red Stitching Black
19’ AMG Multispoke Wheels AMG Performance Wheel
Carbon Fiber Interior
Red Seat Belts
Performance Exhaust
Heads Up Display
64-Color Ambient Lighting
Digital Instrumental Display
12.3 Digital Display (CarPlay & Android Auto)
Burmeister Sound System
Heated Seats
Exterior Lighting Package
Illuminated Star
AMG Night Package
AMG Nappa/DINAMICA Performance Steering Wheel
Multimedia Package
35% Tint on Every Window that I can remove if you would like.

Feel free to text me at 7037173405.



Great car! We are in same boat getting rid of my wife’s c43 too!

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Love the car. Good luck. That’s a stout payment for this community but who knows.

Best wishes.


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Thanks! Always open to offers. Not in a rush to sell it, just not as useful only driving it 8 miles round trip versus 44 each workday. I barely warm it up before I get into the parking lot :frowning:

nice options! would be great if its a coupe

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Love the pics and that color is fire ! Are you listing on swapalease as well ?


Coupes were nearly impossible to find them with the digital cluster, ambient lighting, and exhaust package when the refresh dropped.

@mani_is_kool yeah I am as well. Not in any hurry to get rid of it, just don’t ride it as much.

@mcarrera2421not when you factor in the $6000 I have Virginia state tax + property tax that’s rolled into the lease, plus tire + wheel protection, and a legit $0 sign and drive but appreciate the feedback bud.

Yea va really screws you on leases. I moved to Washington and sales tax is high but so much better than having all that tax rolled into lease.

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@babablacksheep yeah for sure, take it to most other non socialist states and the lease payment will be a relative steal considering a new lessee won’t have to put anything down. Just got a spot in Bethesda, MD and am going to check out the taxes before switching my primary residence from

Ahh the best you could come up with to scram lol. We need to have an age limit on members signing up I guess. :slightly_smiling_face:

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MD 6% tax on full price will partially offset 4.15% + property tax in VA

Great pics. Beautiful car! Georgetown waterfront FTW! Haha

I live in DC and it’s the best of the 3… “only” 10% on the monthly for tax, which is still high compared to other states but better than MD… you pay full tax on the sale price of the car, even for leases. Yuck. Dreading the day when we move to MD for better school districts :confused:

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Is there no sales tax on ev vehicles in dc though? I thought all the schools in dc were magnet and you could send where you like

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@Ursus great insight, thank you!

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@amaximeya You got it! Fun shooting photos in different spots around DC. May upload a few more for fun. I don’t think people understand the DMV pricing outside of those in San Fran or NYC areas. Feel you on the schools, it’s a major decision on where to buy/rent in the area.

You can’t roll Virginia property tax into the lease. Sales tax yes which is about $2500 on a $60,000 sale price, and a full year of property tax less than that.

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Yep, I thought the same. But some brands do roll estimated property tax into payments, though I don’t think MB is one of them.