Buying An Ex Demo Mercedes-Benz C-Class Or E-Class Has Never Been More Affordable

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Dealerships will periodically offer deals that allow them to entice new drivers into the lot, getting them behind the wheel of a swanky new Mercedes. There is currently an offer on the table across dealerships in the UK that allow drivers to own an ex-demo C-Class or E-Class from 2011 with a surprisingly high deposit contribution.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Offers

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Offers

Mercedes-Benz Deposit Contribution

A used Mercedes at L&L can be purchased with an additional £1,500 off, thanks to the increased deposit contribution offered by UK retailers. This, in combination with the 9.9 percent competitive financing rate, drivers are able to own a 2011 C-Class or E-Class for less than ever before.

This is the prime time to purchase a Mercedes-Benz. Both of these vehicles have a considerable amount of power. While there are petrol and diesel engines to choose from, it’s possible to see 200 horsepower or more coming from them. There are also various systems to help the driver, including Driver Assist and accident prevention.

Interest has been growing within both of these models. The Mercedes E Class was even featured on Top Gear, as the men took the newest model out for a test drive to see what the hype was about for themselves.

Drivers will find that there are many luxurious features within each of the vehicles. Depending upon the trim level, there are various interior designs. Some things that are included regardless of trim include a premium audio system, sporty bucket seats, cruise control, Bluetooth and an impressive computer system on the dashboard with trip information for the driver.

Owning a Mercedes-Benz has never been more affordable than right now. “Dealerships simply don’t offer deals like this,” comments one sales team member at a local Mercedes-Benz retailer. Drivers from across the UK are scheduling times with the dealers in order to get in and take a test drive in order to see whether they like the C-Class or the E-Class better.

Since the two models were released, they have been talked about because of the substantial power under the bonnet and the amount of finesse that is found within the interior. In the past, owning a Mercedes-Benz was associated with someone who had a significant amount of money to spend on a vehicle. This offer shows that the brand is trying to change their perception within society.

The offer that currently allows drivers to add £1,500 to their deposit is only valid until the end of June. After that, there will be no finance assistance, with the exception of what individual retailers may offer – but none will be as impressive as the one that is currently in place.

Car buyers who are interested in obtaining a used Mercedes will find that the next few months will be the most affordable time to purchase a Mercedes-Benz. Buyers will be able to choose a retailer conveniently located in Hertfordshire in order to view the current inventory and take advantage of an ex-demo C-Class or E-Class for less than ever before.


Author: David Newman from Mercedes-Benz Hertfordshire

About Mercedes-Benz Hertfordshire - L & L Automotive

L&L Automotive is the driving force behind a dynamic retail network aimed at enhancing sales and after sales services for the region’s existing and prospective Mercedes-Benz, AMG and smart customers.

Encompassing retail outlets in Bishop’s Stortford, Hertford and Stevenage, the group is operated by L&L Automotive – a company boasting a lengthy and successful history.

L&L’s Mercedes-Benz businesses moved into Hertfordshire in July 2002, when it was selected as one of Daimler UK’s key business partners in establishing a revitalised national retail structure.

L&L Automotive. is a company registered in England and Wales with company number 4415393

VAT No. 794 6047 92

Mercedes-Benz of Stevenage : +44(0)1438 737800

Mercedes-Benz of Bishops Stortford : +44(0)1279 719333

Mercedes-Benz of Hertford : +44(0)1992 514444

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