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What you must know before buying the Mercedes-Benz C300
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  • Slower selling of the C-Class models
  • Not commonly stocked in high numbers
  • Deals may be on the horizon with redesigned 2015 model soon to arrive
  • Look for special lease and financing deals

Slow seller with redesign coming:

The C300 is the slowest seller of the C-Class lineup, and with a redesign just around the corner, Mercedes will be hard pressed to sell any more of the outgoing 2014 models.

New models on the way, looks for deals on 2014s:

Because of the slow-selling nature of the C300, dealers may be willing to wheel and deal to rid themselves of 2014 inventory.

Lease deal and rare low-interest financing continues:

Mercedes extended the lease deal on the 2014 C300 4MATIC Sedan Sport, which requires $379 per month payments for 36 months with $4,173 due at signing. Mercedes-Benz Financial Services also extended its offer of 2.99-percent APR on 24- to 72-month loans on the 2014 C300 4MATIC Sport Sedan, as the manufacturer tries to roll these old models off showroom floors.

Unadvertised discounts can help too:

Mercedes-Benz may pass on unadvertised discount to its dealers, which they will pass on to you in certain situations. Shop at multiple local dealers to see which one offers the best discounts.

Slow seller with redesign coming:

The C300 is the slowest seller of the C-Class lineup, and with a redesign just around the corner, Mercedes will be hard pressed to sell any more of the outgoing 2014 models.

New models on the way, looks for deals on 2014s:

Because of the slow-selling nature of the C300, dealers may be willing to wheel and deal to rid themselves of 2014 inventory.

Lease deal and rare low-interest financing continues:

Mercedes extended the lease deal on the 2014 C300 4MATIC Sedan Sport, which requires $379 per month payments for 36 months with $4,173 due at signing. Mercedes-Benz Financial Services also extended its offer of 2.99-percent APR on 24- to 72-month loans on the 2014 C300 4MATIC Sport Sedan, as the manufacturer tries to roll these old models off showroom floors.

Unadvertised discounts can help too:

Mercedes-Benz may pass on unadvertised discount to its dealers, which they will pass on to you in certain situations. Shop at multiple local dealers to see which one offers the best discounts.

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4Matic Sport$37927$4,173$42,825

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