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Slight price increase for Mercedes models

MERCEDES-BENZ has increased the price of its models by an average of 0.6% in its annual inflationary review.

The list price for the entry-level A150 Classic three-door hatch rises by £70, giving an on-the-road price of £13,840.

Four model ranges: C-class estate, the new CL-class coupé, the R-class luxury multi-activity vehicle and the award-winning S-class saloon, remain at their 2006 price levels. The M-class edition S, SLK-class sport edition and SLK edition 10 also remain at their previous prices.

All prices changes start on April 1.

The full price and options list can be downloaded in Microsoft Excel format by clicking on the links below:

  • Mercedes April 2007 pricing including new VED bands 2007/08.

  • Mercedes 2007 option price changes.
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