Mercedes GLC 300 residual and MF

Can someone help me out and let me know what the residual and money factor is for a Mercedes GLC 300 in North Carolina? Appreciate all of the info on the site

Thanks friends!

2016 GLC 300

24/10K: 69% residual, .00166 MF
36/10K: 61% residual, .00166 MF

Subtract 1% for 12K/year. Subtract 3% for 15K/year. Valid through May 31.

GLC is hot so leases will be relatively expensive. There’s $1,000 in corporate fleet incentive (if you qualify) and MSDs available.

Thanks for the info. Can I ask if either have changed since my initial post? Also, do the values change if it is southern CA?

Thanks again.

2016 GLC 300 (either RWD or 4MATIC)

24/10K: 67% residual, .00141 MF
36/10K: 59% residual, .00141 MF

Subtract 1% for 12K/year. Subtract 3% for 15K/year. Valid through 8/1/16.

MBFS programs do not vary by region.

Looking at a GLC300 in Georgia. 3yr/15k .
I have a credit score of over 800. What MF should I be looking at? Also, how much does an MSD lower the money factor? Thanks so much

The MF rates indicated above are for top tier credit. A credit score of over 800 would certainly entitle you to those rates.

Leasehackr Calculator has a built in MSD menu by brand including Mercedes.

Copied from my Audi post.

Purchases a Glc 300, Msrp $46,495, $0 down. $551/mo. I am not sure MF or residual, but I thought it was a great deal.

Purchased at downtown mbz of Los Angeles. Good experience with the salesman, did it all by phone. Gary was his name and I highly recommend him.


i want that deal. i’ll call him!

FYI, GLC models are difficult right now because the factory didn’t produce many at the beginning of the year so they are in short supply and dealers only have a few each if any at all.

In turn its a typical supply & demand situation and they’re back to asking MSRP like they did when these first came out.

Suggestion is to waiting until June or July when the market softens up because there is more supply available. You’ll find yourself saving $3000ish.

Happy Hunting!

@Anthony_Lopez thank you!! We have a lease until July 1 and that was one of the things I was wondering. I’d like the GLC Coupe - are those easier or harder to find?

those are a little easier. I believe they are the reason the GLC300 production was slowed because they were producing more of the coupes in the beginning of the year.

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i am trying to lease a GLC (coupe not regular SUV but not sure how much difference that makes)
MSRP: $53,445
Residual: 58%
MF: .00195

First of all, can I give the guy at MB Los Angeles your name and tell him you referred me? Can’t tell if they are giving me these numbers because there is too much money in the Bay Area right now or they are the real deal. Where do live and how did you get the car if you did it all over the phone? Did you call around until you found the right price?
It seems from this thread that the MF on the GLC went down between May and July of last year - is this a common trend - should I wait until July?