Why do Mercedes lose value so fast?

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  • Clark Mason
    So why does the Mercedes Benz S Class depreciate so rapidly? ... They're commonly leased, leading to a large supply of off-lease, three-year-old Mercedes-Benz S Class models. Also, a new S Class costs about $100,000, so losing 20% to depreciation in the first year of ownership means losing a whopping 20 grand of value.Dec 6, 2019
  • Which Mercedes are not made in Germany?

    The United States has a Mercedes-Benz production plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama with about 3,700 employees. This plant was founded in 1995 and was the first big Mercedes-Benz plant outside of its home country, Germany. The GLS, GLE, GLE Coupe, and C-Class sedan are produced here.
  • Is Mercedes getting rid of coupes?

    Schafer says “significant shifts” in the portfolio are being planned, and while Mercedes is not completely abandoning coupes and convertibles, the main focus will be on EVs. "That's why we're shifting: we're going to continue with coupes and cabriolets in the future, but in a different form and shape.Feb 24, 2021
  • Is the CLS a coupe?

    With its "four-door coupe" shape, the first CLS sparked a sleek new era in car design. With standard AMG styling, 19-inch wheels and LED lighting, the 3rd-generation CLS is in better shape than ever.
  • Which is better CLA or A-Class?

    However, the A-Class is a more traditional four-door sedan with the space that implies, while the CLA-Class is a stylish coupe-like sedan, with the space compromises that implies. The CLA-Class is also more powerful and slightly sportier, but Mercedes charges $3,850 more for it.May 8, 2020
  • How much is a 2020 Mercedes CLS 450?

    The 2020 Mercedes-Benz CLS 450 starts at $69,950. That's one of the highest starting prices in the luxury large car class. The price climbs to $81,200 for the high-performance AMG CLS 53 model, though options can push it past $100,000.Dec 10, 2019