I went through tons of topics and thanks to all for help. I’m fairly new to leasing.
i’m looking for 2017 Mercedes Benz E300 with Pkg1 or Pkg2. I’m in jersey city, NJ and can pick up in NYC / NJ or PA / CT. Looking for 36 month, 10K miles per year or 7.5k miles.
I’m planning on $0 down, max MSD and auto-pay.
What % off MSRP do you think is a GREAT deal? How do I get it. when i sent an email to one of dealers in Jersey, they just quoted me MSRP.
i have seen in multiple topics where people got over 15% off of MSRP.
is there something im doing wrong. i only sent emails. do i have to go in person? i thought i can get a good quote via email and i go in person to further knock it down.
anyone can poiny me to dealers who are more flexible near NYC.
P1 or P2 just has a few variances. The P2 which comes with Intelligent Multi beam Lights, Massage Seats, Air Freshener Diffuser in the Glove Box, and Sun Shade. If you really don’t need those P1 would be ideal and cheaper of course.
Let me preface this by saying that everyone’s experience is unique, but I cannot personally recommend Cherry Hill. I have heard more than a few negative things about that particular dealership (in both the sales and service areas). I would recommend that you reach out to Mercedes Benz of Atlantic City. They are affiliated with Fort Washington (PA) where I have had great experiences. Obviously you will want to cross shop any deal that either Cherry Hill or Atlantic City offer.
As for the E300, you are going to want to aim for at least 15% off MSRP. I posted a full break down of the E300 4Matic deal that I got on numerous other threads but the general idea is that the car had MSRP of $59,775 and the final price was $49,292.
What does this car have in addition to Premium 01 that is driving the MSRP up to 61k? An E300 4Matic with premium 01 should sticker for about 59,775. Does this car have the panoramic roof?
The discount seems reasonable but why 48 months? The sales tax is killer in Md and is driving your monthly cost way up.
Let me toot @BenzBuyer horn for him, he is being modest. This is one the best examples here on how to break down a deal to the dealer and just ask him to use your numbers. Don’t copy it verbatim, substitute your MSRP and then work the numbers into your MD tax
So I am not sure how MD killer taxes gets you from $430 to $650 and 48 months! Please do NOT do a 48 month lease.
How is total due at signing for $3,000 break down?
West Chester is the same affiliate as Fort Washington and Atlantic City. In my experience, West Chester cannot match deals that Fort Washington and AC can make (no idea why as again they are all affiliates). In the end, you are looking for a minimum of 15% below MSRP.