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BRAND NEW PETROL MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS ESTATE C180 AMG LINE 5DR Auto @ £26895 via Drive the deal
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BRAND NEW PETROL MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS ESTATE C180 AMG LINE 5DR Auto @ £26895 via Drive the deal

£26,895£36,76527%Drive the Deal Deals
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Posted 8th Mar
OFFERS BACK ON A NEW MERC AMG LINE ESTATE via drive the deal - 27% off list price.

Save just off 10k off the retail list price and its below 40k list price for the lower road fund licence tax bracket.

BRAND NEW MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS PETROL ESTATE C180 AMG LINE 5DR AUTO

Supplied in solid polar white paint add £600 for selenite grey colour.

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All quotes include 12 months road fund licence, a full manufacturer's warranty, and free driven delivery anywhere in England. Quoted prices are valid for cars delivered by 30th March 2019

Brand new unregistered cars. You will be the first registered keeper and you will be dealing with the Mercedes-Benz dealer directly once an order is placed.

Available in Solid Polar White for delivery within 2-3 weeks of your order being placed.

The interior features AMG sports seats in Black Artico leather / Dinamica microfiber. With Open-pore black ash wood

This model carries the following features as part of its standard specification

18" AMG Aero 5-spoke alloy wheels – tremolite grey
3-spoke multifunction AMG steering wheel in black Nappa leather with flattened bottom section
Active Parking Assist including PARKTRONIC with reversing camera
AGILITY CONTROL comfort suspension
AMG body styling (front apron, rear apron and side skirts)
Analogue clock
Audio 20 CD with 10.25-inch colour display and SD card-based navigation system
DAB digital radio tuner
Double cup holder
Floor mats (Black with ‘AMG’ lettering)
LED High-Performance headlamps with integral LED daytime running lamps
Heated front seats
Media Interface
Mirror package (electrically folding mirrors and automatically dimming mirrors)
Rain-sensing windscreen wipers
Split-folding Rear seats (40:20:40)
Seat Comfort package
SPEEDTRONIC cruise control
Tyre pressure monitoring system
The quoted discounted price includes a £2,700 deposit contribution towards Mercedes-Benz finance. This is conditional on you taking out PCP or Hire Purchase finance at 5.7% APR Representative.

If you are looking to pay cash for your new car please add the £2,700 Deposit allowance on to the discounted purchase price shown.

Please note: You only need to borrow a minimum of £3,000 on Mercedes Agility Hire Purchase finance to qualify for the above sums of money.
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Just bought two. Thanks op!
German cars are grossly overrated and overpriced.
Bazza7108/03/2019 12:21

Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some …Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some minorish, some very serious. the most reliable cars I've had have been a Fiat Uno, Ford Focus and Laguna coupe. Kind of debunks the German quality myth. Wife has the 300h of this at the moment, been in the garage about half a dozen times, broken down twice, fortunately close to home.


It’s all about badge snobbery for most though unfortunately...
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Just bought two. Thanks op!
Great price, just keep an eye on the Merc finance interest rate, outside of the £3k for the deposit contribution which you want to keep to maximise the discount you might get better interest rates elsewhere if financing additionally towards the balance (as low as 3% elsewhere)
which engine is it?
J11353 m ago

which engine is it?


Petrol... All diesels are model number plus a "D" at the end
J113508/03/2019 11:55

which engine is it?


I believe it's 1.6 litre.
That's a lot of money, for what it is, even at £26k.
And if the cost of these is planned to go up after Brexit, I don't think they'll ever sell another one in the UK. That's if you believe all the Fake News. D Trump signing off
Edited by: "DodgeySolenoid" 8th Mar
money pits!

lol
Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some minorish, some very serious. the most reliable cars I've had have been a Fiat Uno, Ford Focus and Laguna coupe. Kind of debunks the German quality myth. Wife has the 300h of this at the moment, been in the garage about half a dozen times, broken down twice, fortunately close to home.
Ordered thanks
It says the price is based on taking out a PCP.

Does anyone know what the deposit and monthly price are?
tappy08/03/2019 12:22

It says the price is based on taking out a PCP.Does anyone know what the …It says the price is based on taking out a PCP.Does anyone know what the deposit and monthly price are?


Think you have to leave £15000 of finance to receive the contribution.

The monthly payments will depend on how much deposit you actually want to pay upfront.
Bazza7108/03/2019 12:21

Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some …Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some minorish, some very serious. the most reliable cars I've had have been a Fiat Uno, Ford Focus and Laguna coupe. Kind of debunks the German quality myth. Wife has the 300h of this at the moment, been in the garage about half a dozen times, broken down twice, fortunately close to home.


It’s all about badge snobbery for most though unfortunately...
Over-engineered too many things to go wrong and expensive to fix
German cars are grossly overrated and overpriced.
Pay for what you get - much rather be in this c class than a Nissan micra/ Fiat punto etc etc
Bazza7108/03/2019 12:21

Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some …Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some minorish, some very serious. the most reliable cars I've had have been a Fiat Uno, Ford Focus and Laguna coupe. Kind of debunks the German quality myth. Wife has the 300h of this at the moment, been in the garage about half a dozen times, broken down twice, fortunately close to home.


I thought Japanese cars were known for being very reliable?
Bazza7131 m ago

Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some …Every German car my wife or I have owned have had problems (7), some minorish, some very serious. the most reliable cars I've had have been a Fiat Uno, Ford Focus and Laguna coupe. Kind of debunks the German quality myth. Wife has the 300h of this at the moment, been in the garage about half a dozen times, broken down twice, fortunately close to home.


Every German car I've owned has been fault less ,other than service required.Unlike a Peugeot and Fiat which have both needed gearbox repairs .

Personally would a avoid a large Merc petrol as fuel economy will dreadful.There is a reason why nearly every mercedes car you see has a d badge .
do dealers price match drive the deal quotes? never used the website before...
thegazman08/03/2019 12:26

Think you have to leave £15000 of finance to receive the contribution.The …Think you have to leave £15000 of finance to receive the contribution.The monthly payments will depend on how much deposit you actually want to pay upfront.


Doesn't really matter. Take finance with Merc, get the deposit contribution and settle it off immediately (there may be a small fee for doing this, e.g.some companies take a month worth of interest, but the FCA says it has to be a reasonable fee and that any customer has the right to settle the agreement at any point). Use other financing (e.g. a personal loan from your bank with a much lower APR) to pay it off.
MarzBarz08/03/2019 12:56

do dealers price match drive the deal quotes? never used the website …do dealers price match drive the deal quotes? never used the website before...


This is what I do... If not buy from drive the deal. All they do is put you in touch with the Mercedes dealer offering the deal & you deal directly with the authorised UK Mercedes dealership.

The whole point of my car posts is to show what discounts are available.
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 8th Mar
thecoolguy20 m ago

Pay for what you get - much rather be in this c class than a Nissan micra/ …Pay for what you get - much rather be in this c class than a Nissan micra/ Fiat punto etc etc


Everybody would! But you are comparing apples to an overpriced lemon!
My brother said "Probably the worst and most uncomfortable company car he's ever had." And he's had a lot, and his was a diesel.
Edited by: "Rich069" 8th Mar
"Artico leather".

How can a non-leather material be called leather?
Someone from Trade Descriptions should investigate and fine Mercedes the equivalent cost of real leather plus a 100% penalty.
Shameful conduct.

Orange juice champage?
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 8th Mar
eboue08/03/2019 12:58

Doesn't really matter. Take finance with Merc, get the deposit …Doesn't really matter. Take finance with Merc, get the deposit contribution and settle it off immediately (there may be a small fee for doing this, e.g.some companies take a month worth of interest, but the FCA says it has to be a reasonable fee and that any customer has the right to settle the agreement at any point). Use other financing (e.g. a personal loan from your bank with a much lower APR) to pay it off.


It does matter. You need to leave a minimum amount of finance to actually take finance. It's not like you can leave £500 to pay off. It may not be £15000 (that's what I had to leave on my finance package with another dealer), but it will be substantial.
thegazman08/03/2019 13:15

It does matter. You need to leave a minimum amount of finance to actually …It does matter. You need to leave a minimum amount of finance to actually take finance. It's not like you can leave £500 to pay off. It may not be £15000 (that's what I had to leave on my finance package with another dealer), but it will be substantial.


It doesn't matter, because if oyu want to you'll still be able to pay it off in a very short period anyway. Cost little in interest.
Personal experience has led me to the same conclusion as others, German car quality falls a long way short of the myth.
bilbob08/03/2019 13:28

It doesn't matter, because if oyu want to you'll still be able to pay it …It doesn't matter, because if oyu want to you'll still be able to pay it off in a very short period anyway. Cost little in interest.


Of course it matters. They will only accept you for finance if you actually leave a balance to finance. Are you telling me they will give you finance for £500 on a £29000 car?
thegazman08/03/2019 13:32

Of course it matters. They will only accept you for finance if you …Of course it matters. They will only accept you for finance if you actually leave a balance to finance. Are you telling me they will give you finance for £500 on a £29000 car?


Not sure if you are willfully misunderstanding or not...?
My point was, that ok, you may have to leave thousands on the finance, but it *doesn't* really matter, because you can pay it off straight away, regardless of how much you leave on.
If you were in a position to pay cash anyway, then the amount left on finance is irrelevant, as you'll have enough to cover it regardless of how much you finance.
bilbob08/03/2019 13:35

Not sure if you are willfully misunderstanding or not...? My point was, …Not sure if you are willfully misunderstanding or not...? My point was, that ok, you may have to leave thousands on the finance, but it *doesn't* really matter, because you can pay it off straight away, regardless of how much you leave on.If you were in a position to pay cash anyway, then the amount left on finance is irrelevant, as you'll have enough to cover it regardless of how much you finance.


I'm not willfully misunderstanding anything?

My point was to the original question regarding a deposit and monthly payments. I stated that you could only get the contribution if there was a minimum balance left to finance, and that's still the case.

I understand it doesn't matter that there's going to be finance, as it will just be paid off. But it does matter that there will be a minimum balance to be accepted for the finance and the contribution.
thegazman08/03/2019 13:49

I'm not willfully misunderstanding anything? My point was to the original …I'm not willfully misunderstanding anything? My point was to the original question regarding a deposit and monthly payments. I stated that you could only get the contribution if there was a minimum balance left to finance, and that's still the case.I understand it doesn't matter that there's going to be finance, as it will just be paid off. But it does matter that there will be a minimum balance to be accepted for the finance and the contribution.


So it doesn't matter then? If you plan to pay it off you just get the dealer to do the figures enough to get the contribution from them and then pay it off within 14 days of delivery to avoid fees.
Common.Sense08/03/2019 13:13

"Artico leather".How can a non-leather material be called leather?Someone …"Artico leather".How can a non-leather material be called leather?Someone from Trade Descriptions should investigate and fine Mercedes the equivalent cost of real leather plus a 100% penalty.Shameful conduct.Orange juice champage?


Plastic posing as leather is all over the furniture industry, so no surprise it's all over the car industry too! Thing is, Mercedes don't actually call it "leather" do they, they just call it, "Amtico" which is unlike most of the businesses calling "Bonded" Leather (which is plastic - PVC, with bits of finely shredded leather in it), "leather!"
nihcaj6 m ago

Plastic posing as leather is all over the furniture industry, so no …Plastic posing as leather is all over the furniture industry, so no surprise it's all over the car industry too! Thing is, Mercedes don't actually call it "leather" do they, they just call it, "Amtico" which is unlike most of the businesses calling "Bonded" Leather (which is plastic - PVC, with bits of finely shredded leather in it), "leather!"



Then I blame the original poster, who specified leather. This should be corrected.
"The interior features AMG sports seats in Black Artico leather / Dinamica microfiber. With Open-pore black ash wood"

Bonded leather contained leather glued together on PU (so it can have the leather name attached).
Artico cannot as it does not contain leather. A vegan option, perhaps.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 8th Mar
jrw08/03/2019 13:55

So it doesn't matter then? If you plan to pay it off you just get the …So it doesn't matter then? If you plan to pay it off you just get the dealer to do the figures enough to get the contribution from them and then pay it off within 14 days of delivery to avoid fees.


What matters is there has to be a minimum amount left to actually get finance. That's all I was getting at. Nothing else.
Common.Sense1 h, 5 m ago

"Artico leather".How can a non-leather material be called leather?Someone …"Artico leather".How can a non-leather material be called leather?Someone from Trade Descriptions should investigate and fine Mercedes the equivalent cost of real leather plus a 100% penalty.Shameful conduct.Orange juice champage?



This guy sorted them
thegazman08/03/2019 14:18

What matters is there has to be a minimum amount left to actually get …What matters is there has to be a minimum amount left to actually get finance. That's all I was getting at. Nothing else.


What do you mean by minimum amount left, left from what?, it's £26k for the car. Unlikely you are going to part ex a car that's £20k plus for this.
Edited by: "jrw" 8th Mar
jrw08/03/2019 14:20

What do you mean by minimum amount left, left from what?, it's £26k for …What do you mean by minimum amount left, left from what?, it's £26k for the car. Unlikely you are going to part ex a car that's £20k plus for this.


To get the dealer contribution there has to be a minimum amount of finance taken out.

You can't just buy the car for cash and get the £2700 dealer contribution.

For me it was £15000. For this deal it's £3000.

It varies by dealership and finance company.
thegazman2 m ago

To get the dealer contribution there has to be a minimum amount of finance …To get the dealer contribution there has to be a minimum amount of finance taken out.You can't just buy the car for cash and get the £2700 dealer contribution.For me it was £15000. For this deal it's £3000.It varies by dealership and finance company.


Yes I get that so you just take the minimum out and pay it off....same as any other finance deal. If you actually wanted the finance you get the figures to suit.

When I bought my golf r I just instructed dealer to give me bare minimum finance to get the deal. They obliged and told me process of how to pay off.
ShaneDarch08/03/2019 13:00

This is what I do... If not buy from drive the deal. All they do is put …This is what I do... If not buy from drive the deal. All they do is put you in touch with the Mercedes dealer offering the deal & you deal directly with the authorised UK Mercedes dealership. The whole point of my car posts is to show what discounts are available.


thanks how do you find out who the dealer is ? ive had them give the deal to me over the phone but they havent mentioned which garage it is...
MarzBarz08/03/2019 14:45

thanks how do you find out who the dealer is ? ive had them give the deal …thanks how do you find out who the dealer is ? ive had them give the deal to me over the phone but they havent mentioned which garage it is...


They won't until you commit... As they get a referral bonus (that's how drive the deal make money).

If we all knew which merc dealer it was... We would possibly cut them out & buy direct.
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 8th Mar
thecoolguy3 h, 6 m ago

Pay for what you get - much rather be in this c class than a Nissan micra/ …Pay for what you get - much rather be in this c class than a Nissan micra/ Fiat punto etc etc


Tell that to the better men than you who died fighting them
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