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Mercedes Benz Incentives and Lease Deals for April 2014


Mercedes April 2014 IncentivesIncentives on Mercedes have been strong due to competition from BMW, Audi and Lexus. The average Mercedes currently comes with $2,800 in incentives.

Mercedes is offering mainly lease deals, such as $440/month with $0 down for the 2014 C-Class (in select regions).

The leftover 2013 Mercedes C-Class comes with a $1,000 loyalty bonus while the E-Class comes with $2,000. Remember, you can always negotiate these lease deals even further.

Here are the maximum rebates available nationwide. (Note: incentives can vary greatly by region; these figures may not be accurate in your local area. Always verify with your local dealers) Tip: Be sure to use TrueCar and Edmunds Price Promise (They both have good pre-negotiated prices)

Mercedes-Benz Dealers With the Lowest Prices

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Best Mercedes Lease Deals

Vehicle Down Payment Term (Months) Payment 2014 Models
Mercedes-Benz C-Class $0 36 $440
Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class $0 36 $398
Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class $0 36 $997
Mercedes-Benz E-Class $0 36 $702
Mercedes-Benz GL-Class $0 36 $868
Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class $0 36 $513
Mercedes-Benz M-Class $0 36 $706
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class $0 36 $1,438
Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class $0 36 $587

Mercedes-Benz Dealers With the Lowest Prices

Use the free TrueCar service to get highly discounted prices and lease offers from local Dealers.

Other Car Incentives for April 2014

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