MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS DIESEL SALOON C220D SE 4DR 9G-TRONIC £21695 / £26,0051 without finance @ Drive the deal
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MERCEDES-BENZ C CLASS DIESEL SALOON C220D SE 4DR 9G-TRONIC £21695 / £26,0051 without finance @ Drive the deal

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Found 24th Apr 2017
Being tracking price at drivethedeal for months.
I know it's not executive, it's not 17 inch wheel, but so what?

It's diesel, it the latest 9G-TRONIC auto!

Brand new stock available for immediate delivery. You will be the first registered keeper.

Available from stock in Solid 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 £500.00.Please note your requirement for this on your order or enquiry.

The quoted prices include a £4,356 Deposit contribution conditional upon you taking out PCP or Hire purchase finance at 5.0% 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 April 2017 to qualify for this offer.
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Not cash deal so potentially will have finance fees/interest to add on. This should be mentioned in the title.
excited untill i read t&c

"The quoted prices include a £4,356 Deposit contribution conditional upon you taking out PCP or Hire purchase finance at 5.0% APR. Please note if you do not wish to take out this finance please add £4,356 to the price quoted."
I'm not a huge fan of MB, but even I think this is a lot of car for the money....
These finance deals with a deposit contribution are common..> Simply take out the finance then pay it off after a month if you want... The cost is usually *very*low to do this. Besides the fact that most people will use some form of finance to buy it with anyway, and the 5% quoted is pretty competitive too...
Merc's still running the 179 year old 2.1 diesel?

Its really old and really bad
Bigspin

excited untill i read t&c :|"The quoted prices include a £4,356 Deposit … excited untill i read t&c :|"The quoted prices include a £4,356 Deposit contribution conditional upon you taking out PCP or Hire purchase finance at 5.0% APR. Please note if you do not wish to take out this finance please add £4,356 to the price quoted."



Take out the finance. Pay off the balance within a few days.

Salesman won't be too pleased though.
tighty

Merc's still running the 179 year old 2.1 diesel?Its really old and … Merc's still running the 179 year old 2.1 diesel?Its really old and really bad


Whats so bad about it? Got some figures I can lok at or a review of the car? I'm actually quite tempted to chop in my older Mondeo for this... looks very tempting.
This new C class has been a big seller, its in the top 10 best selling cars in the UK! You and everyone else will have one, a long with the Focus and Fiesta. Fleet sales have been huge for this car!

So often cars that are big sellers often have broad appeal which means they are not often great at anything but enough to be decent everywhere. It depends on your taste.

In this case the leather is fake, but its really quite a good fake. The wheels look small in arches. The tablet style infotainment system looks cheap and tacky stuck on the dash.

This price seems good if there is no catch for paying it off early!
bilbob

Whats so bad about it? Got some figures I can lok at or a review of the … Whats so bad about it? Got some figures I can lok at or a review of the car? I'm actually quite tempted to chop in my older Mondeo for this... looks very tempting.



Its outdated by every other premium manufactured modern diesel. and they are desperate for the new ones

autoblog.com/201…er/

autoexpress.co.uk/car…yet

Edited by: "tighty" 24th Apr 2017
-53 degree?! seriously?
The other deal posted 4 months ago for similar Benz C series went to above 400 degree, and it was £23xxx.

Whoever added the " £26,0051 without finance" bit in, could you please kindly check all the previous drivethedeal threads? NONE of them had the price without finance in.
simply because you should pay it off within 14 days of receiving your car to avoid paying the seller contribution.

And I thought every HOTUKDEALer should know it by now!


hotukdeals.com/dea…697
Good car for local drives and occasional long journeys, great on fuel, looks nice, comfort isn't the best but still better than almost all in its range...the tacky screen u get used to over night
bilbob

I'm not a huge fan of MB, but even I think this is a lot of car for the … I'm not a huge fan of MB, but even I think this is a lot of car for the money....These finance deals with a deposit contribution are common..> Simply take out the finance then pay it off after a month if you want... The cost is usually *very*low to do this. Besides the fact that most people will use some form of finance to buy it with anyway, and the 5% quoted is pretty competitive too...



Don't pay it off after a month, pay it off within 14 days of car collection under the finance cooling off period regulations. That way you'll pay nominal charges of about £4 a day interest and no early settlement fees or penalty interest. Your settlement will have the deposit contribution taken off, you will not have to repay it.
MazingerZ

Good car for local drives and occasional long journeys, great on fuel, … Good car for local drives and occasional long journeys, great on fuel, looks nice, comfort isn't the best but still better than almost all in its range...the tacky screen u get used to over night



Exactly! Even Kia saloon is priced for similar range!
Good deal mate...Knew there was a way around the finance too....Thanks for confirming
tighty

Merc's still running the 179 year old 2.1 diesel?Its really old and … Merc's still running the 179 year old 2.1 diesel?Its really old and really bad



​It's not bad. I've just bought a c250d and it's far superior to the 2015 2.0 bmw diesel engine I traded in for it. Faster, more powerful, quieter and on par economy wise.
tighty

Merc's still running the 179 year old 2.1 diesel?Its really old and … Merc's still running the 179 year old 2.1 diesel?Its really old and really bad



Refinement is not great, power and economy is fine though. Calling it really bad is a slight exaggeration.

22k for this quality of car is a cracking deal. No idea who votes on these things.
Edited by: "mechanicalman" 24th Apr 2017
chenzz

-53 degree?! seriously?The other deal posted 4 months ago for similar … -53 degree?! seriously?The other deal posted 4 months ago for similar Benz C series went to above 400 degree, and it was £23xxx.Whoever added the " £26,0051 without finance" bit in, could you please kindly check all the previous drivethedeal threads? NONE of them had the price without finance in.simply because you should pay it off within 14 days of receiving your car to avoid paying the seller contribution.And I thought every HOTUKDEALer should know it by now!http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/brand-new-mercedes-c220d-executive-edition-4dr-saloon-7g-tronic-rrp-33-630-with-2573697


It's a Dirty Diesel pal, freezing cold! Get with the times!
Great deal. A merc for the price of a dull nissan
Great deal. Shame it's only got 16 inch wheels though. Engine is good. Better than the likes of the Renault 1.5 or the Hyundai 1.7. Absolutely appalling fuel economy. With the Merc you can easily get 60+mpg.

As said, take out finance, pay it off within 14 days. Finance isn't with the dealer so they won't care or probably even know. I did the same with my Golf R last year, as did my dad and as is my friend who's just ordered a gtd.
dear all,

I clicked the link just to see the website. im not that clued up with HP and contract hire as I've always owned my own car. but I saw an A class AMG styling for £18.5k!! is that right? even if you don't take the finance and add £660 it still comes up to £19k or am I missing something?
looks like they got a similar offer going on at the moat... 22,995 . i see you tracked the price, should i expect this to fall ?
Edited by: "amarajsk" 15th Sep 2017
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