Mercedes-Benz is offering new finance offers in the UK

Article by Anita Panait, on September 30, 2013

The stylist and versatile Mercedes-Benz A-Class could now be availed in the United Kingdom from as low as £249 per month on Agility Personal Contract Purchase (PCP). Not only that, it comes with a three-year free servicing if the vehicle is registered before December 31, 2013.  Attractive finance offers are also available on other Mercedes-Benz models.

For instance, the C 180 Executive SE Saloon could now be availed for £285 per month. Likewise, the Mercedes-Benz E 220 CDI SE Coupé and Cabriolet – sporting a new and charming look -- could now be availed for £399 per month. The vehicles also don as standard features like COMAND Online with Media Interface, DAB radio and Collision Prevention Assist.

Smart’s ‘edition 21’ – targeted towards younger drivers over the age of 21 – promises hundreds of pounds of saving through zero per cent APR, one year’s free insurance and payments from £79 per month on Agility PCP. Smart’s two-wheeled hybrid vehicle, the smart ebike, could be availed for £59 a month with zero per cent APR.

Mercedes-Benz has totally revolutionized the Saloon and Estate models of the E-Class. Thus, the all-new E-Class has made a noteworthy stride with regards to effectiveness and ecology. This arrives courtesy of new, potent BlueDIRECT four-cylinder petrol engines highlighting advanced direct injection innovation, a new, effective six-cylinder engine as well as even more efficient diesel engines.

In both the Saloon and Estate models, new or improved assistance systems from the future S-Class are marking their global debut. This robust enhancement boost is mirrored to exhilarating effect in the design of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. With a fresh front, new bumpers, and overhauled side view, it typifies proficiency, ingenuity and emotional appeal in a visually premium manner. Along these lines, the E-Class is securing its leading role in the extravagant class car segment at the exceptionally highest level: progressively sophisticated, it fuses ingenious innovation with unrivalled style.

The Saloon and Estate are keeping up the success story of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. More than 600,000 cases of the present E-Class Saloon model series have been sold around the world, and no less than 100,000 clients have just picked the most recent version of the Estate. The models of the E-Class are consequently making a critical contribution to the growth of Mercedes-Benz, and are establishing clear standards in the areas of design, quality, safety and proficiency.

Radiator variations - classic or lively

Surprisingly, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is available with two distinctive front ends: the basic variant and ELEGANCE equipment line accompany the quintessential, three-dimensional Saloon grille with 3-louver look and Mercedes-Benz star on the bonnet. The AVANTGARDE gear line, then again, integrates the lively front end with central star, and as such, offers an independent, front-end look with an energetic feature.

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