Dashing through the snow in a Mercedes-Benz? Does that sound better than “Jingle Bells”? With less than one month left to Christmas, Mercedes-Benz USA is making huge discounts, up to 15%. The Americans are advertising for their discount campaign broadcasting very funny TV commercials.
Santa Claus needs to pay attention not only to naughty drivers, but also to naughty cars. Mercedes-Benz is starting the Winter Event up to the end of the year, for those who have been waiting for the right time to buy or lease a brandnew car, manufactured in 2014 or 2015.
With discounts up to 15%, a B-Class Electric Drive can be purchased with a $4,000 due and $299 monthly lease for 36 months.
Mercedes-Benz of New Haven, Connecticut, is also coming up with pre-owned cars. All throughout the Winter Event, those who have always dreamt of a Benz can set their eyes on a 2011, 2012 and 2013 model such as the C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, GLK, M or GL, with financial rates as low as 1,99% for up to 48 months. The payment credit ranges from $450 to $1,000, so customers don’t need much saving for that.
So… how have you been? Naughty or nice?
And that is not the only way to get the drivers ready for the winter. Right across the Atlantic from the American discounts, in European countries like Germany, Austria and Sweden, Mercedes-Benz is offering onroad winter training for amateurs who just want to learn how to control their cars in critical winter situations with much more confidence, but also special courses for professionals. The training includes improving driving skills lessons on snow or ice-covered tracks and frozen lakes as shiny as glass. The training sessions are granted according to the driver’s previous experience. That’s for the drivers to go… launghing all the way in… many power horses Mercedes sleigh.
Some Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy experts have already shown how to drive on snow. Watch the amazing video of the AMGs in the snowdome!