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We have a family member that works as a salesman from MB in SF. I understand that an employee would be able to get a "Family-Employee" discount plan? Does anyone know anything about this program and how it works. Also, what could one expect to pay for a C300 or 350 w/this discount? Thanks!

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Having worked for daimler for many years, the current program is that they cannot buy for others, but for themselves. This MIGHT have changed in North America since the diverstiture
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Also, there are only certain vehicles the Employee Pricing is eligible for. The new C is not one of them.

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As of two months ago, the C-class was not available on that program. And also, most of the offers were for leases and not purchases.
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The discount is for the employee and immediate family members only. It is 12.5% off MSRP and as far as I know the new C-class (204) is still not available. The discount that applies to leasing a vehicle is only for the employee which is called the Master Lease program.
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