Drive The Deal - MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS SALOON C200 SE 4DR 9G-TRONIC - £21295
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Drive The Deal - MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS SALOON C200 SE 4DR 9G-TRONIC - £21295

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Found 4th Jul 2017
Thought this was a decent deal and down in price from last quarters offer.....

MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS SALOON C200 SE 4DR 9G-TRONIC

These are Brand new cars, you will be the first registered keeper.

Delivery available for August or September 2017 on a “67” Registration.

Available in Either Solid Black or Polar White with Black Artico leather interior.

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

16" alloy wheels – Multi-spoke design
Headlamps – halogen with integral LED daytime running lamps
Rain-sensing windscreen wipers
Reversing camera
SPEEDTRONIC cruise control
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Seat Comfort package – driver and front passenger seat
Audio20 CD with 7-inch colour display
DAB digital radio tuner
The Mercedes-Benz dealer is able to install Mercedes Garmin navigation at an additional £500.Please note your requirement for this on your order or enquiry.

The quoted prices include a £4,470 Deposit contribution conditional upon you taking out PCP or Hire Purchase finance at 4.9% APR. Please note if you do not wish to take out this finance please add £4,356 to the price quoted.

12 months road fund licence is included as standard. All cars must be delivered by the 30th September 2017 to qualify for this offer.
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9g is just overkill, I had the 7g on my E-Class and that was more than enough.
I remember the days of 4 gears lol
Edited by: "Toon_army" 4th Jul 2017
Deal price does not reflect the true cost with the additional 4.9% compulsory finance (to get it at the discounted price. Cash price is really £25691
The car wont quite look like the one in the pic. This bad boy runs on 16 inch wheels....

http://images.autoexposure.co.uk/AETA20949/AETV39264497_1b.jpg

Also the "Artico" leather is fake leather, not real leather - its vinyl seats by any other name, so basically flat white or black paint with black vinyl seats.





Edited by: "pgilc1" 4th Jul 2017
This will get to 1,000 degrees or more, but nobody will actually buy one. Yawn.
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9g is just overkill, I had the 7g on my E-Class and that was more than enough.
I remember the days of 4 gears lol
Edited by: "Toon_army" 4th Jul 2017
Deal price does not reflect the true cost with the additional 4.9% compulsory finance (to get it at the discounted price. Cash price is really £25691
holidaymann2

Deal price does not reflect the true cost with the additional 4.9% … Deal price does not reflect the true cost with the additional 4.9% compulsory finance (to get it at the discounted price. Cash price is really £25691


You can pay the finance off at any time so usually with DTD you buy using finance get the car then pay off with the odd £20k you have behind he settee.
rent-a-tent

You can pay the finance off at any time so usually with DTD you buy using … You can pay the finance off at any time so usually with DTD you buy using finance get the car then pay off with the odd £20k you have behind he settee.


Correct. Done this a few times.
The car wont quite look like the one in the pic. This bad boy runs on 16 inch wheels....

http://images.autoexposure.co.uk/AETA20949/AETV39264497_1b.jpg

Also the "Artico" leather is fake leather, not real leather - its vinyl seats by any other name, so basically flat white or black paint with black vinyl seats.





Edited by: "pgilc1" 4th Jul 2017
Is this diesel or petrol
16" alloys?
memistokkan

Is this diesel or petrol



Petrol
Thanks, brought a few for when Brexit kicks in, bang tidy.
This will get to 1,000 degrees or more, but nobody will actually buy one. Yawn.
Does this look like a whale in white?
pgilc113 m ago

The car wont quite look like the one in the pic. This bad boy runs on 16 …The car wont quite look like the one in the pic. This bad boy runs on 16 inch wheels....[Image] Also the "Artico" leather is fake leather, not real leather - its vinyl seats by any other name, so basically flat white or black paint with black vinyl seats.

​yummy. Austin alegro.
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Toon_army

9g is just overkill, I had the 7g on my E-Class and that was more than … 9g is just overkill, I had the 7g on my E-Class and that was more than enough.I remember the days of 4 gears lol



I took one out it's a big improvement over the 7g especially when changing down on a steep incline much smoother.

The adaptive cruise control is useless on a manual so definitely need an auto with this option.
Edited by: "deleted1032520" 4th Jul 2017
Thanks op just what I was after, ordered two
Love german cars, shame we are leaving.
How much do they usually cost on road?
Is it 1.6 Turbo or 2.0 L?
Mercedes getting desperate already? Just wait 'til the prospect of 10% duty kicks in, will be putting Meerkat under pressure to do us a good deal then.
OrribleHarry

I took one out it's a big improvement over the 7g especially when … I took one out it's a big improvement over the 7g especially when changing down on a steep incline much smoother. The adaptive cruise control is useless on a manual so definitely need an auto with this option.



I agree it's better on an auto as the car will change gear for you. However I have it on my Golf which is a manual and I find it very useful so it's far from useless. The system on my Golf won't detect stationary vehicles in front of you, I don't know if the systems are better on other cars, it's far from perfect but definitely makes driving long distance a lot more comfortable.
OrribleHarry

I took one out it's a big improvement over the 7g especially when … I took one out it's a big improvement over the 7g especially when changing down on a steep incline much smoother. The adaptive cruise control is useless on a manual so definitely need an auto with this option.



An auto is preferable on any Mercedes from C-class upwards if you want to move it on when the time comes.
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fishmaster

I agree it's better on an auto as the car will change gear for you. … I agree it's better on an auto as the car will change gear for you. However I have it on my Golf which is a manual and I find it very useful so it's far from useless. The system on my Golf won't detect stationary vehicles in front of you, I don't know if the systems are better on other cars, it's far from perfect but definitely makes driving long distance a lot more comfortable.



Perhaps I should have said. My auto will come to a complete stop if necessary whereas a manual disengages the cruise once vehicle slows beyond current gear speed.
OrribleHarry

Perhaps I should have said. My auto will come to a complete stop if … Perhaps I should have said. My auto will come to a complete stop if necessary whereas a manual disengages the cruise once vehicle slows beyond current gear speed.



Same for me, the car will just beep and say ffs there's something in front of you will you just stop now or else?! Also I could quite easily ram it up the backside of a stationary vehicle at 60mph if I wanted, it wouldn't alert me to the fact there's a car or brick wall up ahead. Anyway I still find it a very useful system, but as usual anything with computers in it you can't trust it.
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fishmaster

Same for me, the car will just beep and say ffs there's something in … Same for me, the car will just beep and say ffs there's something in front of you will you just stop now or else?! Also I could quite easily ram it up the backside of a stationary vehicle at 60mph if I wanted, it wouldn't alert me to the fact there's a car or brick wall up ahead. Anyway I still find it a very useful system, but as usual anything with computers in it you can't trust it.



I tested mine with a road cone to see if it would brake, it beeped and then a second later slammed on the anchors worked really well, it actually hit the road cone but only tapped it.
indianajon

Mercedes getting desperate already? Just wait 'til the prospect of 10% … Mercedes getting desperate already? Just wait 'til the prospect of 10% duty kicks in, will be putting Meerkat under pressure to do us a good deal then.


So what cars will we be able to buy that won't be affected by a 10% duty? Ones made here will still be subject to tariffs on car parts and any 'our' manufacturers export will be subject to the same tax.

I understand it's a difficult concept to understand, perhaps if I wrote it in big letters on the side of a bus it would be easier for you?
For this particular deal, assuming you stick with the pcp, in terms of value, is it best to return the car after 3 yrs or pay off the balance and keep it?
OrribleHarry

I tested mine with a road cone to see if it would brake, it beeped and … I tested mine with a road cone to see if it would brake, it beeped and then a second later slammed on the anchors worked really well, it actually hit the road cone but only tapped it.



I believe the system was first used on Mercedes, and they will have developed/evolved the system better than the VW system. I don't know about the most recent Audi's or the Golf MK 7.5 (I have a MK 7) but mine would crash in to something stationary without warning.
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fishmaster

I believe the system was first used on Mercedes, and they will have … I believe the system was first used on Mercedes, and they will have developed/evolved the system better than the VW system. I don't know about the most recent Audi's or the Golf MK 7.5 (I have a MK 7) but mine would crash in to something stationary without warning.



Is actually a bosch system that's fitted by many manufacturers. I've had the system on an Insignia an XF and a BMW all detected stationary objects, maybe early version?
OrribleHarry

Is actually a bosch system that's fitted by many manufacturers. I've had … Is actually a bosch system that's fitted by many manufacturers. I've had the system on an Insignia an XF and a BMW all detected stationary objects, maybe early version?



I did look it up and here's the forum where some one made a video showing how ineffective it was at braking for stationary objects >

vwaudiforum.co.uk/for…les
OrribleHarry4th Jul 2017

I took one out it's a big improvement over the 7g especially when changing …I took one out it's a big improvement over the 7g especially when changing down on a steep incline much smoother. The adaptive cruise control is useless on a manual so definitely need an auto with this option.


Did you drive it rough or gentle? My E-Class I used to drive like a saint, but c63 kicked its head in. The 7g feels so much better or a petrol, but still 9 gears! Seems to many for my liking lol
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Toon_army

Did you drive it rough or gentle? My E-Class I used to drive like a … Did you drive it rough or gentle? My E-Class I used to drive like a saint, but c63 kicked its head in. The 7g feels so much better or a petrol, but still 9 gears! Seems to many for my liking lol



It was a demo so drove it hard oO
they'll take the rest of your money through servicing
Please note if you do not wish to take out this finance please add £4,356 to the price quoted.

So you pay an extra 2%if you don't want finance... surely that cannot be legal ...
fishmaster2 h, 27 m ago

I agree it's better on an auto as the car will change gear for you. …I agree it's better on an auto as the car will change gear for you. However I have it on my Golf which is a manual and I find it very useful so it's far from useless. The system on my Golf won't detect stationary vehicles in front of you, I don't know if the systems are better on other cars, it's far from perfect but definitely makes driving long distance a lot more comfortable.

​eh isn't the acc on the golf the same as the a3. have it on my s3 and it detects stationary cars. that's part of the point if it. suggest you take yours back to vw to get it sorted
Halogen headlight? X) X) X)
SpamJavelin

So what cars will we be able to buy that won't be affected by a 10% duty? … So what cars will we be able to buy that won't be affected by a 10% duty? Ones made here will still be subject to tariffs on car parts and any 'our' manufacturers export will be subject to the same tax.I understand it's a difficult concept to understand, perhaps if I wrote it in big letters on the side of a bus it would be easier for you?



It obviously is a difficult concept to understand because you've conveniently ignored exchange rates, we can devalue they can't, so our cars will be no more expensive in Europe than they are now but theirs will (10% currency plus 10% duty). It's also the way we trade with every other country outside the EU and it doesn't stop us selling cars there. But if you want to be governed by a totally undemocratic, unelected, elite then, hey ho, off you go.
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tempt4 h, 10 m ago

Love german cars, shame we are leaving.


Go live in Germany my little sauerkraut
indianajon

It obviously is a difficult concept to understand because you've … It obviously is a difficult concept to understand because you've conveniently ignored exchange rates, we can devalue they can't, so our cars will be no more expensive in Europe than they are now but theirs will (10% currency plus 10% duty). It's also the way we trade with every other country outside the EU and it doesn't stop us selling cars there. But if you want to be governed by a totally undemocratic, unelected, elite then, hey ho, off you go.



What's undemocratic about an elected by all parliament and a civil service carrying out their policies? Doesn't always do what you want, but hell, I never voted tory.

We don't sell any cars, our motor industry died out in the 80s-90s. Several foreign car firms started making cars here in order to avoid EU tariffs on imports. The only reason they'll stay if we leave the common market is if we pay them to make cars, to avoid the bad PR and whiney newly unemployed types needing welfare and adult education to reskill.

Edit: The EU is as democratic as our own government, if you didn't vote for your MEP then quit moaning. And google something like "Nissan brexit bribe" for more on paying them to stay - it's already started.

2nd edit: And one more thing - we're a net importer with the EU, by quite some margin, so devaluing our currency will just make everything we buy in (like those car parts!) even more expensive and cost us significantly more overall.
Edited by: "Awaken" 5th Jul 2017
Be aware, you'll be on 145 a year road tax. Pre-April it would of been less if I recall. My previous car was e220d, pre April was 20 quid tax, now 450 on same car since new premium tax fcks everyone over who's car is more than 40k rrp
RUGAAL

Be aware, you'll be on 145 a year road tax. Pre-April it would of been … Be aware, you'll be on 145 a year road tax. Pre-April it would of been less if I recall. My previous car was e220d, pre April was 20 quid tax, now 450 on same car since new premium tax fcks everyone over who's car is more than 40k rrp


Have you seen the state of the roads. I don't mind the new tax changes as long as it goes to where what it's being charged for. If you pay over 40k for a car you've overstretched if you can't afford £450 a year.

IPT is what you should be angry about.
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