Mercedes-Benz Deals: Buy or Lease a Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz Financing, Cash Back, and Lease Offers for February 2019

Mercedes-Benz is advertising special offers this month on nearly its entire lineup of luxury cars and SUVs. Mercedes deals include low-interest financing and special leases. Lease payments start as low as $349 per month. All leases cover three year terms and require a down payment; there are no zero-down leases.

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Last Updated: Feb 04, 2019

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Best Mercedes-Benz Car Lease Deals

Mercedes is offering attractive leases on a number of its cars. The most affordable offer is on a Mercedes-Benz CLA lease. This February, you can lease a 2019 CLA 250 for $349 a month for three years with $3,797 due at signing. Mercedes-Benz C-Class leases require just $399 a month with $4,247 down on remaining 2018 C 300 sedans. Opt to lease the 2018 C 350e plug-in hybrid, and you can save $24 on the down payment.

Want a car with a bit more room? Consider a Mercedes-Benz E-Class lease, which starts at $569 a month with $5,183 due at signing on remaining 2018 E 300 sedan models. The sedans get quite expensive beyond the E-Class though. Mercedes-Benz CLS leases require monthly payments of $899 with $5,993 due upfront on the all-new 2019 CLS 450. Mercedes-Benz S-Class leases start at $1,099 a month with $7,673 due at signing on the 2018 S 450 sedan.

Mercedes is offering deals on a few of its luxury sports cars as well. The least expensive is a Mercedes SLC lease, which starts at $549 a month with $5,083 due at signing on remaining 2018 SLC 300 convertibles. By comparison, the 2018 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT leases for $1,599 a month with $8,393 due at signing. There are no Mercedes-Benz SL-Class lease deals available this month.

Best Mercedes-Benz SUV Lease Deals

Luxury SUVs remain hot sellers, and Mercedes is offering some of its best deals on these practical people haulers. This month, the brand’s lowest-priced SUV lease is for the Mercedes-Benz GLA 250. The 2019 GLA 250 leases for $379 a month with $3,727 due upfront. Need all-wheel drive? Mercedes offers it on the GLA 250 4Matic for an extra $20 a month and an extra $120 added to the down payment.

The next size up from the GLA is the compact GLC SUV. This February, the Mercedes-Benz GLC lease requires just $479 per month with $4,273 due at signing for the 2019 GLC 300. The midsize Mercedes-Benz GLE leases for $599 per month with $5,583 down on remaining 2018 GLE 350 models. Mercedes-Benz GLS leases start at $809 per month with $6,823 due at signing on the full-size 2018 GLS 450.

The most expensive lease in the Mercedes lineup is for the 2018 AMG G 63 SUV. This Mercedes-Benz G-Class lease requires a $9,023 down payment and monthly payments of $1,999.

Best Mercedes-Benz Finance Deals

This February, three of the most popular Mercedes-Benz models are available with special financing. With its coupe styling, the 2019 Mercedes CLA is available with low 1.99 percent financing for up to six years. The 2018 and 2019 Mercedes C-Class sedans are available with 2.99 percent financing for up to six years. Lastly, the 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV is has a financing deal of 3.99 percent for up to six years. These are good interest rates considering the national average new-car loan rate is around 4.8 percent.

To learn more about Mercedes-Benz vehicles, visit our Mercedes-Benz page, where you can find fuel economy data, safety ratings, and other information to make car shopping easier. Then, use the U.S. News Best Price Program to find the best local prices in your area. Also, you can cross-shop car deals just as you would cars by taking a look at our list of Best Car Deals for this month.

Deals listed are from Mercedes-Benz's manufacturer site using representative ZIP codes. While we work to keep Mercedes-Benz deals up to date and accurate, deals may vary depending on your location. The best source of current discounts and incentives on a new Mercedes is your local Mercedes-Benz dealership. Use the forms above to contact a Mercedes-Benz dealer near you.

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