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Mercedes-Benz Offers 2010-MY Fleet Incentives

June 23, 2009

MONTVALE, NJ – Mercedes-Benz USA has announced its 2010-MY fleet incentives for several models. Incentives range from $1,000-$5,000.

In addition to the previously announced incentive on the GLK350, the automaker is offering the following incentives on 2010-MY vehicles:

C-Class (all)                                       $1,500

E-Class Sedan/Coupe (all)                 $2,000

S-Class           

         S400 Hybrid                              $1,000

         S550 / S600 / S63 / S65           $4,000

M-Class          

          ML350 BlueTEC (Diesel)           $3,000

          ML350                                      $3,000

          ML450 Hybrid                           $1,000

          ML550                                      $5,000

          ML63                                        $3,000

CL-Class (all)                                      $4,000

SLK-Class (all)                                    $2,000

CLS-Class (all)                                    $3,000

GLK-Class (all)                                    $1,000

R-Class (all)                                        $2,000

GL-Class (all)                                      $2,500

G-Class (all)                                        $3,000

Fleet incentives on 2010-MY vehicles effective June 22, 2009. Check with your local Mercedes-Benz fleet account executive for further details or visit www.Fleet.mbusa.com.

 

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