3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Mercedes-Benz C250

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What you must know before buying the Mercedes-Benz C250
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  • Core model on Mercedes-Benz lots
  • Fairly easy to find, particularly in Sport trim
  • 2014s and 2015s available, plus discretionary discounting available
  • Special lease deal and low APR are available on 2015 models

Mercedes-Benz's bread-and-butter model:

The C250 is one of the hottest sellers on Mercedes' lots, so stock rotates rather quickly.

Tons of stock, but Sport trim is the easiest to find:

Mercedes dealers keep plenty of C250s in stock due to its high demand. The Sport trim is a particularly hot seller in the 2014 sedan models.

Model year overlap and some discounting:

The 2014 and 2015 model years are both available on dealer lots. If you are looking for a C250 Sedan, then you'll have to settle for a 2014 model, as the C250 Sedan became the C300 Sedan for 2015. Mercedes-Benz gives dealers the ability to discount models in certain circumstances, and the 2014 models likely fall into that category.

Special financing and APR on 2015 models:

Mercedes-Benz has dropped its lease and financing deals for the 2014 model year, but still has some deals for the 2015 C250. On a lease, the 2015 C250 requires $4,124 at signing and 36 monthly payments of $379. If financing is more your style, then you can get 2.99-percent APR for 24 to 72 months.

Mercedes-Benz's bread-and-butter model:

The C250 is one of the hottest sellers on Mercedes' lots, so stock rotates rather quickly.

Tons of stock, but Sport trim is the easiest to find:

Mercedes dealers keep plenty of C250s in stock due to its high demand. The Sport trim is a particularly hot seller in the 2014 sedan models.

Model year overlap and some discounting:

The 2014 and 2015 model years are both available on dealer lots. If you are looking for a C250 Sedan, then you'll have to settle for a 2014 model, as the C250 Sedan became the C300 Sedan for 2015. Mercedes-Benz gives dealers the ability to discount models in certain circumstances, and the 2014 models likely fall into that category.

Special financing and APR on 2015 models:

Mercedes-Benz has dropped its lease and financing deals for the 2014 model year, but still has some deals for the 2015 C250. On a lease, the 2015 C250 requires $4,124 at signing and 36 monthly payments of $379. If financing is more your style, then you can get 2.99-percent APR for 24 to 72 months.

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Incentives & Rebates

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ModelPaymentTerm (mos)Due at SigningMSRP
Sport Sedan$35927$4,153$39,225
Coupe$37927$4,124$41,120