Mercedes-Benz is offering 1.9% auto loans for 24 to 36 months for qualified buyers on most of its vehicles in June. Like BMW’s 0.9% financing incentive, the car loan is over a short period of time and some shoppers can’t afford the larger monthly payments that come with a short-term auto loan. If you fall into that category, leasing might be a better option for you.
Mercedes-Benz also has a lot of lease incentives in June, which is usually the preferred way to drive a luxury vehicle. Shoppers can get lower monthly payments by leasing, especially on more expensive luxury brands, and get a new car every few years.
Mercedes’ C-Class sedans have 1.9% car loan incentives in June or affordable monthly lease payments.
The 2010 Mercedes-Benz C300 sport sedan can be leased for $349 a month for 36 months with $4,143 due at signing. The SLK350 Roadster is $599 a month for 36 months with $4,944 due at lease signing. Mercedes-Benz’s ML350 SUV can be leased for $559 a month in June, with $5,104 due at signing. The $91,600 S-550 sedan is $1,399 a month for 36 months with $6,594 due at lease signing.
Smart is offering June shoppers a lease incentive on its 2009 smart fortwo for $169 a month for 36 months with $1,763 due at signing.