Mercedes-Benz offers a surprising amount of vehicles, with the cheapest car being the A-Class and the lowest-priced SUV being the GLA. Mercedes prices no longer start under $30,000, but lease deals can make some vehicles a remarkably good value. In-car technology has improved in recent years with sleek digital displays, better connectivity features and other cutting-edge tech. The GLB-Class is now the brand’s cheapest 3-row SUV, although vehicles like the Mercedes-Benz GLE remain a hot commodity for luxury SUV buyers. Performance vehicles from the AMG lineup typically see minimal discounts and may not be eligible for the same incentives as other Mercedes models.
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