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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  • A key model in Mercedes-Benz's lineup
  • The Sport trim is the easiest to find
  • Special lease deals and low APR are available on 2014 and 2015 models
  • Shop around for the best discounts

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

The C250 remains a best-seller on Mercedes lots. Because of its availability, expect pricing remains pretty consistent. In 2014, there was a sedan version of the C250, but the sedan has moved to the C300 model for 2015. You may still be able to pick up a 2014 C250 Sedan.

Sport trim is the easiest to find:

Because of the lease deals offered on it, you can expect to see more Sport trims at dealers than any other version. And with this higher stock level comes the ability to negotiate a great deal.

Special financing and APR on 2014 and 2015 models:

The 2014 C250 Coupe is available on a 27-month lease for $359 per month after a $4,104 sign-up fee, while the 2015 C250 Coupe is available on a 36-month lease for $389 per month after $4,134 at signing. The 2014 C250 Sport Sedan checks in at $359 per month on a 27-month lease with $4,153 due at signing. All of the aforementioned models are also available with 2.99-percent APR on 24- to 72-month loans through Mercedes-Benz Financial Services.

Shopping for discounts may save money, particularly on 2014 C250s:

Mercedes-Benz offers discretionary discounts to its dealers, so shopping at various dealers allows you to find the one willing to offer the lowest price on the C250. These discounts may be more aggressive on 2014 C250 models, as it received a full overhaul for 2015 and dealers want to clear the 2014 inventory.

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

The C250 remains a best-seller on Mercedes lots. Because of its availability, expect pricing remains pretty consistent. In 2014, there was a sedan version of the C250, but the sedan has moved to the C300 model for 2015. You may still be able to pick up a 2014 C250 Sedan.

Sport trim is the easiest to find:

Because of the lease deals offered on it, you can expect to see more Sport trims at dealers than any other version. And with this higher stock level comes the ability to negotiate a great deal.

Special financing and APR on 2014 and 2015 models:

The 2014 C250 Coupe is available on a 27-month lease for $359 per month after a $4,104 sign-up fee, while the 2015 C250 Coupe is available on a 36-month lease for $389 per month after $4,134 at signing. The 2014 C250 Sport Sedan checks in at $359 per month on a 27-month lease with $4,153 due at signing. All of the aforementioned models are also available with 2.99-percent APR on 24- to 72-month loans through Mercedes-Benz Financial Services.

Shopping for discounts may save money, particularly on 2014 C250s:

Mercedes-Benz offers discretionary discounts to its dealers, so shopping at various dealers allows you to find the one willing to offer the lowest price on the C250. These discounts may be more aggressive on 2014 C250 models, as it received a full overhaul for 2015 and dealers want to clear the 2014 inventory.

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