Mercedes Lease Deals, Financing Incentives & Rebates: October 2021

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, Contributing Writer - October 5, 2021

October deals for Mercedes-Benz have arrived for anyone who wants to finance purchasing a car. These deals aren't as extensive as last month's, but that is to be expected as some 2021 models are selling out (CLA-Class, GLA-Class, and E-Class) and 2022 models are beginning to arrive.

This month's deals involve $500 to $1,000 in bonus cash when taking out a loan on vehicles like the A-Class and GLC-Class and an up to $2,000 incentive for the C-Class sedan. Leasing prices start at $379 per month with the A-Class. This luxury brand offers an APR of 2.99% for 72 months on select models.

These deals expire on November 1st. With new vehicles showing up, we'll have to wait and see what offers could be given in the last few months of this year. This page is updated monthly, so check back for possible changes.

Model Best Mercedes Lease Deal Best Mercedes Financing Deal Best Mercedes Rebate Deal
Mercedes-Benz A-Class
Mercedes A-Class
Lease from $379/month Up to $500 bonus when financing No Cash Incentives
Mercedes-Benz GLB-Class
Mercedes-Benz GLB
Lease from $439/month 2.99% APR for 72 months + Up to $500 bonus when financing No Cash Incentives
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Mercedes-Benz C300
Lease from $449/month 2.99% APR for 72 months + Up to $1,000 bonus Up to $2,000 Dealer Cash
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class
Mercedes-Benz GLC300
Lease from $499/month 2.99% APR for 72 months + Up to $1,000 bonus No Cash Incentives
Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class
Mercedes-Benz GLE350
Lease from $729/month No Financing Deals No Cash Incentives

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Must-Know Advice For Mercedes Buyers

Hidden savings. Unlike mainstream brands, Mercedes doesn't advertise rebates. Instead, the company gives dealers unadvertised dealer cash incentives to help lower prices. The best discounts tend to center on slower-selling sedans like the E-Class and S-Class. In some cases, you may even find low APR for up to 72 months.

Getting the best price. Like other luxury brands, Mercedes imposes rules on its dealers that keep them from advertising below certain prices. As a result, the price you see online or on TV for a lease or purchase may not be the lowest one you can get. In most cases, you'll need to request a quote to see the best price possible.

Little variation month to month. Special offers from Mercedes typically don't change much from one month to the next. Expect to see the best deals on models like the A-Class in terms of a monthly payment, while leases on the popular GLC tend to be expensive.

Savings for existing customers. Mercedes has been offering current owners & lessees special savings in the form of loyalty discounts. Available through Mercedes-Benz Financial Services, these incentives generally require financing and offer a greater advantage when buying instead of leasing.

Not every car is easy to find. Mercedes offers many different versions of many of its vehicles. For example, the C-Class is available as a sedan, coupe, or cabriolet. However, don't expect each version to be easy to find. In many cases, we find that dealers tend to stock more popular models like the GLC or GLE crossovers.

Determined to buy a specific car? Factory orders can be a great way to get exactly the options you want. The downside is that the wait time can be up to 2-3 months on average. That said, this may be one of the few alternatives buyers have to buy specialty models like the GLC Coupe or a limited-production AMG.

Used car deals. Thinking of buying used vs. new? The Mercedes-Benz Certified Pre-Owned Program offers the advantage of an extended warranty. In addition, Mercedes-Benz Financial often offers special rates on factory-certified vehicles. Check out our monthly CPO deal analysis for the latest info.

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Sarah is a Michigan native with a background in Communication and Creative Writing from Eastern Michigan University. Outside of publishing articles for CarsDirect and its sister site, Auto Credit Express, Sarah has a strong passion for literature, editing, and writing.


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