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Mercedes-Benz C Class Estate C220d 4Matic AMG Line 5dr 9G-Tronic @ Drive the deal - £29,995

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Posted 20th Aug

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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.

Cars are available from stock for delivery within 2-3 weeks of your order being placed, in the following colours:

  • Metallic – Obsidian Black
The interior features AMG sports seats in Black Artico leather / Dinamica microfiber with High Gloss black and aluminium interior trim.

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
In addition to the standard specification, the stock cars available also have the following factory fitted options:

  • 19" AMG 5 twin-spoke alloy wheels painted in high gloss black with run-flat tyres
  • Privacy glass (rear side windows and rear screen)
Mercedes-Benz is offering 6.4% APR Representative Mercedes Agility PCP or Hire Purchase finance over 24-48 months with no minimum deposit. Terms and conditions apply. The dealer that we put you in touch with will arrange the finance if required. Subject to Status.

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 August 2019.


Also available:
MERCEDES-BENZ E CLASS DIESEL SALOON E400d 4Matic AMG Line Premium Plus 4dr 9G-Tronic - 30% off £43,995
MERCEDES-BENZ SL CLASS CONVERTIBLE SL 400 AMG Line 2dr 9G-Tronic - 31% off £55,050

I have requested a finance quote for the car so will add this when I get it through.

EDIT: FINANCE DETAILS
48 month PCP - 10k miles a year
£3,000 deposit
£374.64 per month
Optional final payment £14,250
9p per mile over allowance
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Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 11:46

Less polluting in what way? CO2, yes. NO2, no. Particulate matter - …Less polluting in what way? CO2, yes. NO2, no. Particulate matter - absolutely no way. Clarify, please.


C220d:
CO2 - 131g/km
NOx - 52mg/km
PM10 - 0mg/km
MPG - 61.4mpg

C300:
Co2 - 139g/km
NOx - 52mg/km
PM10 - 0mg/km
MPG - 42.2mpg


Both well below EU6 limits but crucially the PM10 is 0 on both petrol and diesel which is the main issue surrounding health with the pollution. If you want to save the planet and reverse the CO2 levels in the atmosphere then the figures really do speak for themselves.

Based on the "official" figures above over 10k miles you would save 335 litres of fuel. That is 335 litres of fuel that hasn't had to be refined or pumped from the earth. What is the environmental cost of that? What CO2, Nox and PM does fuel production produce?!

So to clarify your comment - Particulate Matter - YES WAY.
Edited by: "jrw" 20th Aug
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 11:24

Yup, with any luck it'll be taxed off the road soon.


Are you a member of the Green party by any chance?
It's easy to blame diesel cars for being a main cause of polluting the atmosphere if one is not aware of the full story. As a Senior Science Lecturer at a Russell group UK University and driver of one of the most fuel efficient diesel cars around, 2.2 turbo diesel 107g/km CO2, it makes my blood boil when people criticise diesel cars when there are more serious polluters in the world. Please check out how heavy industry in the USA and China are doing far more damage to the atmosphere than diesel cars, and how polluting it is to manufacture batteries for electric cars!
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But but Mom it's a diesel
Hot btw
IndyS20/08/2019 10:48

But but Mom it's a diesel


Yeah, proper dirty girl this one!! (THE CAR...JEEZ)
IndyS20/08/2019 10:48

But but Mom it's a diesel


Yup, with any luck it'll be taxed off the road soon.
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 11:24

Yup, with any luck it'll be taxed off the road soon.


Even though it is less polluting than its petrol equivalent
Edited by: "jrw" 20th Aug
jrw20/08/2019 11:25

Even though it is less polluting than its petrol equivalent


Less polluting in what way? CO2, yes. NO2, no. Particulate matter - absolutely no way.

Clarify, please.
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 11:46

Less polluting in what way? CO2, yes. NO2, no. Particulate matter - …Less polluting in what way? CO2, yes. NO2, no. Particulate matter - absolutely no way. Clarify, please.


C220d:
CO2 - 131g/km
NOx - 52mg/km
PM10 - 0mg/km
MPG - 61.4mpg

C300:
Co2 - 139g/km
NOx - 52mg/km
PM10 - 0mg/km
MPG - 42.2mpg


Both well below EU6 limits but crucially the PM10 is 0 on both petrol and diesel which is the main issue surrounding health with the pollution. If you want to save the planet and reverse the CO2 levels in the atmosphere then the figures really do speak for themselves.

Based on the "official" figures above over 10k miles you would save 335 litres of fuel. That is 335 litres of fuel that hasn't had to be refined or pumped from the earth. What is the environmental cost of that? What CO2, Nox and PM does fuel production produce?!

So to clarify your comment - Particulate Matter - YES WAY.
Edited by: "jrw" 20th Aug
Why are Mercedes charging an extra 9p per mile on a pcp ? I understand if it was lease. Apr of 6.4% is very good.
jrw20/08/2019 12:07

If you want to save the planet and reverse the CO2 levels


i just want clean air mate, i want less kids with inhalers.

I dunno where you got your figures above from, but i'm going to call BS on ZERO on any particulate matter outputs - i'm going to assume that these figures came from mercedes themselves, what was the PM2.5 score?
Edited by: "Josh.Rogan" 20th Aug
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 11:24

Yup, with any luck it'll be taxed off the road soon.


Are you a member of the Green party by any chance?
It's easy to blame diesel cars for being a main cause of polluting the atmosphere if one is not aware of the full story. As a Senior Science Lecturer at a Russell group UK University and driver of one of the most fuel efficient diesel cars around, 2.2 turbo diesel 107g/km CO2, it makes my blood boil when people criticise diesel cars when there are more serious polluters in the world. Please check out how heavy industry in the USA and China are doing far more damage to the atmosphere than diesel cars, and how polluting it is to manufacture batteries for electric cars!
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 12:20

i just want clean air mate, i want less kids with inhalers.I dunno where …i just want clean air mate, i want less kids with inhalers.I dunno where you got your figures above from, but i'm going to call BS on ZERO on any particulate matter outputs - i'm going to assume that these figures came from mercedes themselves, what was the PM2.5 score?


Buy a new merc diesel then if you want that, or move to the countryside.

Figures from here:
nextgreencar.com/emi…on/

Can't find PM2.5 ratings for any cars. Maybe you will have some joy?

All I know is that Merc diesels are the cleanest around and do genuinely emit 0g/km on the new WLTP testing regime.
  • Double cup holder..... I will have three, its so exotic, just what was missing from my driving experience.
richt20/08/2019 12:31

Are you a member of the Green party by any chance? It's easy to blame …Are you a member of the Green party by any chance? It's easy to blame diesel cars for being a main cause of polluting the atmosphere if one is not aware of the full story. As a Senior Science Lecturer at a Russell group UK University and driver of one of the most fuel efficient diesel cars around, 2.2 turbo diesel 107g/km CO2, it makes my blood boil when people criticise diesel cars when there are more serious polluters in the world. Please check out how heavy industry in the USA and China are doing far more damage to the atmosphere than diesel cars, and how polluting it is to manufacture batteries for electric cars!


Don't forget the Highways Agency for the miles and mile of pointless roadworks on britains motorways (by pointless I mean, managed and why not do a 1 mile section at a time instead of 15 mile stretches) and the appalling "planning" of new road systems which make traffic flow much worse.
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 12:20

i just want clean air mate, i want less kids with inhalers.I dunno where …i just want clean air mate, i want less kids with inhalers.I dunno where you got your figures above from, but i'm going to call BS on ZERO on any particulate matter outputs - i'm going to assume that these figures came from mercedes themselves, what was the PM2.5 score?


Don't believe the hype and if you "just want clean air" you should research the facts before you comment because you are contributing to a damaging general ignorance in the public. Diesel is not the devil.

An engineers report here
theengineer.co.uk/fac…rs/

The conclusion is

"For most cars built over the past 20 years that may still be in use, petrol is likely to be less polluting overall than diesel. Petrol cars also require less maintenance to keep them performing at that level. But new, well maintained diesel cars, built to the latest standards have similar emissions to new petrol vehicles."

And diesel cars are almost certainly more MPG efficient and better suited to most industrial applications (which are Legion!).
Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 20th Aug
jrw20/08/2019 12:07

C220d:CO2 - 131g/kmNOx - 52mg/kmPM10 - 0mg/kmMPG - 61.4mpgC300:Co2 - …C220d:CO2 - 131g/kmNOx - 52mg/kmPM10 - 0mg/kmMPG - 61.4mpgC300:Co2 - 139g/kmNOx - 52mg/kmPM10 - 0mg/kmMPG - 42.2mpgBoth well below EU6 limits but crucially the PM10 is 0 on both petrol and diesel which is the main issue surrounding health with the pollution. If you want to save the planet and reverse the CO2 levels in the atmosphere then the figures really do speak for themselves.Based on the "official" figures above over 10k miles you would save 335 litres of fuel. That is 335 litres of fuel that hasn't had to be refined or pumped from the earth. What is the environmental cost of that? What CO2, Nox and PM does fuel production produce?!So to clarify your comment - Particulate Matter - YES WAY.


Whilst I hate diesels as much as anyone the issue is it'll be refined and burned anyway. For every barrel of crude you get roughly 20% of petrol, and 10% of diesel - so everyone switching to petrol doesn't really stop the overall problem.
namsu20/08/2019 12:15

Why are Mercedes charging an extra 9p per mile on a pcp ? I understand if …Why are Mercedes charging an extra 9p per mile on a pcp ? I understand if it was lease. Apr of 6.4% is very good.


A PCP is still a lease if you don't pay the balloon at the end.
namsu20/08/2019 12:15

Why are Mercedes charging an extra 9p per mile on a pcp ? I understand if …Why are Mercedes charging an extra 9p per mile on a pcp ? I understand if it was lease. Apr of 6.4% is very good.


APR of 6.4% is terrible. Personal loans can be had for 2.9%.
Tyranicus6620/08/2019 12:40

Don't believe the hype


I won't, I will read the research - like that which you posted. It focuses on nitrogen oxides and carbon emissions - this is something that is even mentioned in the review, it fails to adequately take into account particulate matter, again, from the link you provided:

the public should also be particularly concerned about the fine particulate matter emitted from diesel engines because it is associated with poor heart health. Research has proven that increases in background concentrations of particulate matter result in more hospital admissions and deaths from heart attacks, particularly among those already at risk.

When it comes to local, clean air - the worst offenders are diesel engines.
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 13:15

I won't, I will read the research - like that which you posted. It …I won't, I will read the research - like that which you posted. It focuses on nitrogen oxides and carbon emissions - this is something that is even mentioned in the review, it fails to adequately take into account particulate matter, again, from the link you provided: the public should also be particularly concerned about the fine particulate matter emitted from diesel engines because it is associated with poor heart health. Research has proven that increases in background concentrations of particulate matter result in more hospital admissions and deaths from heart attacks, particularly among those already at risk.When it comes to local, clean air - the worst offenders are diesel engines.


Yes, not new diesels, like the one posted here which is 0g/km. It will be referring to pre eu6 diesels.
jrw20/08/2019 12:37

Don't forget the Highways Agency for the miles and mile of pointless …Don't forget the Highways Agency for the miles and mile of pointless roadworks on britains motorways (by pointless I mean, managed and why not do a 1 mile section at a time instead of 15 mile stretches) and the appalling "planning" of new road systems which make traffic flow much worse.


I agree. Whilst I accept that diesel cars produce more NOx than petrol cars, overall, diesel cars emit less hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and lead pollution than petrol cars.
We cannot forget about how Methane affects the atmosphere also. So that means a reduction in the number of the world's beef and dairy cattle, given that cows with their 4 digestive compartments (Rumen) are the main source of the world's methane production!
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 13:15

I won't, I will read the research - like that which you posted. It …I won't, I will read the research - like that which you posted. It focuses on nitrogen oxides and carbon emissions - this is something that is even mentioned in the review, it fails to adequately take into account particulate matter, again, from the link you provided: the public should also be particularly concerned about the fine particulate matter emitted from diesel engines because it is associated with poor heart health. Research has proven that increases in background concentrations of particulate matter result in more hospital admissions and deaths from heart attacks, particularly among those already at risk.When it comes to local, clean air - the worst offenders are diesel engines.


The worst offenders are your local power station, train, bus and ferry. All of which will almost certainly be fossil fueled in our lifetime. And all of which generate vastly more pollution than diesel cars.

The collective use of private diesel vehicles barely registers on the scale. The goverment has allowed diesel to be publically persecuted because it ia setting up its next taxation base. Your misinformation helps!!
Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 20th Aug
richt20/08/2019 12:31

Please check out how heavy industry in the USA and China are doing far …Please check out how heavy industry in the USA and China are doing far more damage to the atmosphere than diesel cars, and how polluting it is to manufacture batteries for electric cars!


Take your straw-man elsewhere - the discussion here is about Local AIr Quality and the adverse effect on it by Diesel Engines.

Fact:
Diesel Engines produce more particulate matter

Fact
This particulate matter impacts local air quality

Source: sciencedirect.com/sci…546

Fact:
local Air quality is linked to childhood health
Source: erj.ersjournals.com/con…ort
Source: sciencedirect.com/sci…388
jrw20/08/2019 13:21

0g/km.


for PM10 - not for PM2.5 - but you know this - you are not seriously typing 0g/km and believing that there is no particulate matter produced in a modern diesel engine - are you?
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 13:27

for PM10 - not for PM2.5 - but you know this - you are not seriously …for PM10 - not for PM2.5 - but you know this - you are not seriously typing 0g/km and believing that there is no particulate matter produced in a modern diesel engine - are you?


Please do share me the details of this like I asked you to find of the PM2.5 of the c220d and the c300.
There are too many clarksons on here to personally reply to - but you all seem to be happy telling me about cows, power stations, China, volume extracted from the ground and whatever else produces more 'pollution' than a diesel engine, but i suspec that you are all rather wilfully missing the point i am making:

That is not what i am talking about - i am talking about the impact in a local area on elderly / childrens health, as a direct result of local air quality - and the effect on that by diesel engines.

Diesel engine produce more particulate matter than petrol engines - that is not up for debate - that particulate matter has a negative impact on our health, at a local small scale.

You can blame china and cows all you want, but at some point you are going to have to look at that kid with an asthma inhaler and wonder whether that great deal on a diesel car was worth it.

I hope they get taxed out of existence.

peace,
I'm outta here.
jrw20/08/2019 13:30

Please do share me the details of this like I asked you to find of the …Please do share me the details of this like I asked you to find of the PM2.5 of the c220d and the c300.


no mate, i asked you to provide it! hotukdeals.com/com…275
Josh.Rogan20/08/2019 13:35

no mate, i asked you to provide it! …no mate, i asked you to provide it! https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/38299275


I replied
Can't find PM2.5 ratings for any cars. Maybe you will have some joy?


Truth is, brakes, clutches, tyres and cigarettes probably cause more PM2.5 than this diesel.

soliftec.com/Non…pdf - Table 4 seems to iterate that Diesels produce less PM2.5 than petrol/gasoline and this is from 2015 so in 2019 I would expect this to now be even less.
Edited by: "jrw" 20th Aug
jrw20/08/2019 13:05

APR of 6.4% is terrible. Personal loans can be had for 2.9%.


I think you will be hard pressed to find a loan of 27k on 2.9%
namsu20/08/2019 13:48

I think you will be hard pressed to find a loan of 27k on 2.9%


If you need to finance that much then you are looking at the wrong car.
jrw20/08/2019 13:49

If you need to finance that much then you are looking at the wrong car.


Well that’s why I said it’s a decent apr for pcp your talking about two different things which is why it don’t make sense then replying look at a different car lol.
31% discount. Good price.

If anyone fancied the larger E class estate the entry level SE with the 220D engine and a great standard spec including choice of real leather (not Artico leather) can be had through drive the deal for £28850. That’s a factory order but mine took just 6 weeks to be made and delivered last October. Lovely twin 12” screens in this years model too. Only £100 more for the E200 petrol. Both with 28% off.
namsu20/08/2019 13:50

Well that’s why I said it’s a decent apr for pcp your talking about two dif …Well that’s why I said it’s a decent apr for pcp your talking about two different things which is why it don’t make sense then replying look at a different car lol.


So you are just assuming everyone will have PCP for the full amount? Sweeping presumption there? You could in fact have a £25k loan with Sainsbury's at 2.9% if you so wished.
Irrespective of that - 6.5% isn't great for PCP anyway.

Many do 0% on PCP - For example, VW currently are on e-Golf, Touareg and Up! and 3.0-4.9% on the rest of the range.
Peugeot are also doing 0%, as are Toyota, Hyundai and Nissan. Lexus, BMW, Jag, Volvo and Ford are anything from 1.9% - 4.9%
richt20/08/2019 12:31

Are you a member of the Green party by any chance? It's easy to blame …Are you a member of the Green party by any chance? It's easy to blame diesel cars for being a main cause of polluting the atmosphere if one is not aware of the full story. As a Senior Science Lecturer at a Russell group UK University and driver of one of the most fuel efficient diesel cars around, 2.2 turbo diesel 107g/km CO2, it makes my blood boil when people criticise diesel cars when there are more serious polluters in the world. Please check out how heavy industry in the USA and China are doing far more damage to the atmosphere than diesel cars, and how polluting it is to manufacture batteries for electric cars!


With some people it’s all ways someone else’s problem or fault. We can’t let climate change destroy the earth and keep saying China/America/ Australia are worse. It’s our problem and we know diesel is particularly bad for air pollution. We had a deal to keep global warming a to 2 degrees and that’s not going to be enough. Nobody is every going to do anything if we constantly point at the worst polluters and say ‘they’re worse than us’ As you know a car battery’s carbon footprint is largely based on the electricity used to manufacture it and subsequently charge it. U.K. is doing well on renewables
kevinyork20/08/2019 13:56

31% discount. Good price.If anyone fancied the larger E class estate the …31% discount. Good price.If anyone fancied the larger E class estate the entry level SE with the 220D engine and a great standard spec including choice of real leather (not Artico leather) can be had through drive the deal for £28850. That’s a factory order but mine took just 6 weeks to be made and delivered last October. Lovely twin 12” screens in this years model too. Only £100 more for the E200 petrol. Both with 28% off.


I really like the interior of the E-Class - Just wish it had the MBUX system in it.
jrw20/08/2019 13:59

So you are just assuming everyone will have PCP for the full amount? …So you are just assuming everyone will have PCP for the full amount? Sweeping presumption there? You could in fact have a £25k loan with Sainsbury's at 2.9% if you so wished.Irrespective of that - 6.5% isn't great for PCP anyway.Many do 0% on PCP - For example, VW currently are on e-Golf, Touareg and Up! and 3.0-4.9% on the rest of the range.Peugeot are also doing 0%, as are Toyota, Hyundai and Nissan. Lexus, BMW, Jag, Volvo and Ford are anything from 1.9% - 4.9%


You won’t get the deal then
matttapsell20/08/2019 14:00

With some people it’s all ways someone else’s problem or fault. We can’t le …With some people it’s all ways someone else’s problem or fault. We can’t let climate change destroy the earth and keep saying China/America/ Australia are worse. It’s our problem and we know diesel is particularly bad for air pollution. We had a deal to keep global warming a to 2 degrees and that’s not going to be enough. Nobody is every going to do anything if we constantly point at the worst polluters and say ‘they’re worse than us’ As you know a car battery’s carbon footprint is largely based on the electricity used to manufacture it and subsequently charge it. U.K. is doing well on renewables


Except new diesels aren't bad for air pollution as I and others have been highlighting. Switching to Petrol is not going to keep global warming to 2 degrees. CO2 in the atmosphere has increased in last two years and that is down to people switching to petrol. 55% of power in the UK is still from fossil fuel.
namsu20/08/2019 14:00

You won’t get the deal then


Yes you would. You take out the PCP and then pay it off within the first 14 days. Have done this many times. I think with Merc you only need something like £3k on PCP to get the discount.
Edited by: "jrw" 20th Aug
jrw20/08/2019 14:03

Except new diesels aren't bad for air pollution as I and others have been …Except new diesels aren't bad for air pollution as I and others have been highlighting. Switching to Petrol is not going to keep global warming to 2 degrees. CO2 in the atmosphere has increased in last two years and that is down to people switching to petrol. 55% of power in the UK is still from fossil fuel.


How can you claim the Earths increase in CO2 in the past 2 years is down to people switching to petrol? This isn’t measured in the UK only its global. Every use of a fossil fuel increases CO2 levels and more people are using it for travel, heating/ aircon and agriculture
matttapsell20/08/2019 14:21

How can you claim the Earths increase in CO2 in the past 2 years is down …How can you claim the Earths increase in CO2 in the past 2 years is down to people switching to petrol? This isn’t measured in the UK only its global. Every use of a fossil fuel increases CO2 levels and more people are using it for travel, heating/ aircon and agriculture


The report I read stated that in the UK this was the main attribute to it. I will have to see if i can find it again as its been a couple of months since I read it. Diesel sales have reduced globally since diesel gate, it isn't just limited to the UK.

As shown here by a VAG Diesel graveyard in Cali:

38300110-WevIo.jpg

Edit - can't find the article I read now but you get the idea with this one - lowcvp.org.uk/new…htm
Edited by: "jrw" 20th Aug
jrw20/08/2019 14:00

I really like the interior of the E-Class - Just wish it had the MBUX …I really like the interior of the E-Class - Just wish it had the MBUX system in it.


Yes me too. The current one in mine is ok and looks nice but user friendly it isn’t.
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