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Mercedes-Benz Shifts to Monthly Fleet Incentives for 2017

June 09, 2016, by Paul Clinton - Also by this author

Photo of the 2017 GLS450 courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.
Photo of the 2017 GLS450 courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.

For the 2017 model year, Mercedes-Benz USA will begin offering fleet incentives that change on a monthly basis in order to remain competitive, according to the company's fleet sales unit.

As part of the Mercedes-Benz Fleet Program, eligible executives or companies can obtain incentives on the company's expanding lineup of luxury cars, vans, and SUVs.

Mercedes-Benz is offering incentives in June for 22 classes and models, mostly for 2016 and 2015 models. Mercedes-Benz is offering incentives on three 2017-MY vehicles, including $500 for the GLS-Class, $500 for the SL-Class, and $500 for the SLC-Class (formerly the SLK-Class).

For its 2016-MY vans, Mercedes-Benz is offering $750 for the Metris and $1,500 for the Sprinter van or cab chassis.

For its 2016-MY cars, Mercedes-Benz is offering incentives for its CLA-Class ($1,800), C-Class ($2,300), E-Class ($3,500), CLS-Class ($3,000), S-Class sedan ($4,500), S-Class coupe ($1,000), SLC-Class ($2,500), SL-Class ($4,000), and B-Class Electric Drive ($3,000).

For its 2016-MY SUVs, Mercedes is offering incentives for the GLA-Class compact SUV ($1,500), GLC-Class ($1,000), GLE-Class coupe ($1,000), GLE-Class ($2,000), GL-Class ($2,000), and G-Class ($3,000).

The automaker is also offering $250/$1,250 or $2,000 incentives for the Smart Pure and Smart Passion, as well as $1,000 or $2,800 for the Smart Electric.

For full details, visit the Mercedes-Benz Fleet Program website.

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