3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA250

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What you must know before buying the Mercedes-Benz CLA250
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  • Low entry-level price has made CLA250 demand skyrocket
  • Deep discounting is rare
  • Increased allotment for 2015 but prices are set to increase by up to 5%
  • Lease the 2014 CLA250 for just $329 per month or 2.99-percent APR

Low entry-level price has made demand skyrocket:

Attach a sub-$30k price tag to a Mercedes-Benz and this is what happens; buyers flocked to dealers.

Deep discounting is rare:

When the stock shortage first happened, Mercedes-Benz dealers boosted prices to account for the unusually strong demand. Prices remain high as we approach the end of the year.

Increased allotment for 2015 but prices are set to increase by up to 5%:

Despite recent increases in production, inventory has had a hard time keeping up with demand. Once 2015 models start rolling out in 3-4 weeks, Mercedes-Benz will increase U.S. allotment so it can avoid this issue again. However, base prices are set to increase by up to $1,600 or 5% on the 2015s with no notable increase in standard equipment. Shoppers on the fence about buying are advised to consider a 2014 while they last.

Lease the 2014 CLA250 for just $329 per month or 2.99-percent APR:

With a hot-selling car comes a hot-selling certified used car in the future, and this is obviously Mercedes' plan with the CLA250, as it continues to offer a pair of promotional lease deals. These 36-month lease deals cover the CLA250 and CLA250 4MATIC. The former requires $3,623 at signing and 36 payments of $329, while the latter calls for $3,743 at signing and monthly payments of $349. Mercedes added 2.99-percent APR deals for 24 to 72 months.

*This Pricing Insight covers the 2014 model year*

Low entry-level price has made demand skyrocket:

Attach a sub-$30k price tag to a Mercedes-Benz and this is what happens; buyers flocked to dealers.

Deep discounting is rare:

When the stock shortage first happened, Mercedes-Benz dealers boosted prices to account for the unusually strong demand. Prices remain high as we approach the end of the year.

Increased allotment for 2015 but prices are set to increase by up to 5%:

Despite recent increases in production, inventory has had a hard time keeping up with demand. Once 2015 models start rolling out in 3-4 weeks, Mercedes-Benz will increase U.S. allotment so it can avoid this issue again. However, base prices are set to increase by up to $1,600 or 5% on the 2015s with no notable increase in standard equipment. Shoppers on the fence about buying are advised to consider a 2014 while they last.

Lease the 2014 CLA250 for just $329 per month or 2.99-percent APR:

With a hot-selling car comes a hot-selling certified used car in the future, and this is obviously Mercedes' plan with the CLA250, as it continues to offer a pair of promotional lease deals. These 36-month lease deals cover the CLA250 and CLA250 4MATIC. The former requires $3,623 at signing and 36 payments of $329, while the latter calls for $3,743 at signing and monthly payments of $349. Mercedes added 2.99-percent APR deals for 24 to 72 months.

*This Pricing Insight covers the 2014 model year*

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