Mercedes Offers $10,000 Rebate on 2009 E-Class
When a manufacturer introduces a newly designed model, they want to make sure all the older models are off the lot to make room for the new.
With Mercedes having introduced the brand new 2010 E-Class recently, they now want to move the remaining 2009 models.
Mercedes is offering a whopping $10,000 rebate on the 2009 Mercedes Benz E-Class E350 unti the end of July.
To make it even sweeter, you can combine the rebate with special finance rates of 0.9% for up to 36 months or 1.9% for up to 66 months.
If you've been wanting a great deal on a new Mercedes, now is your time to act.
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