2020 C-Class offers expand:
Mercedes dealers stock plenty of C-Class Sedans, but the C-Class Coupe and Cabriolet are harder to find.
The refreshed 2019 C-Class, which includes a new grille, a few updated colors, a new digital instrument cluster, a 14-horsepower increase, and a $1,150 price increase on the C300, is ready for your driveway. The carryover 2020 C-Class is in showrooms too, and its offers get stronger in October.
All Mercedes-Benz offers are national and end October 31, 2019.
Enhanced incentive on 2020 C-Class:
The 2019 C-Class also boasts unadvertised incentives of $1,000 ($500 reduction) on the cabriolet, $1,000 on the sedan, and $500 on the coupe. You can combine these incentives with the low APR deal below.
Dealerships can pass the incentive on to a buyer and reduce the MSRP or keep it as profit, so shop around to get the best deal.
The 2020 C-Class sedan also has an unadvertised incentive good for up to $1,000 off ($500 increase). Buyers cannot combine this with the new low APR offer below.
Leases from $399/mo.:
In October, the 2019 C-Class sees a few small tweaks to a few of its promotional lease offers.
The lease offers start from $399 per month on the C300 Premium Sedan with $4,723 due at signing. This results in an effective monthly cost of $530. The 2019 C300 Premium Sedan's lease is a good value relative to its MSRP.
At the top of the promotional lease range, the C300 Premium Cabriolet runs $559 per month ($40 decrease) with $5,293 due at signing ($50 increase). This results in an effective monthly cost of $706 ($39 decrease), which is a bad value relative to its MSRP. Check out all the 2019 C-Class' promotional leases in the table below.
The 2020 C-Class has a few updated lease offers in October that start from $419 per month ($10 reduction) with $4,213 due at signing ($10 reduction) for the C300 Premium Sedan. You can see all the updated 2020 C-Class promotional lease offers in the table below, but with effective monthly costs of $536 ($10 reduction) to $747 ($39 reduction), they are not good values relative to their MSRPs.
APR deals remain:
Qualified buyers can get the 2019 C-Class Sedan for as little as 2.99% APR for 72 months. Plus, buyers can combine this low APR with the unadvertised discount above.
The C300 Coupe and Cabriolet still have no APR offers, nor will Mercedes cover the first payment, so buyers must settle for standard rates and the aforementioned unadvertised incentives.
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class gains a new APR deal in October that gives qualified buyers 2.99% APR for 72 months on the sedan only. Buyers cannot combine this offer with the $1,000 unadvertised incentive.