To find the cheapest Mercedes-Benz, people can compare prices of the vehicles found. Many car dealerships will negotiate prices, so the buyers can try to get the lowest price possible. Checking local classified ads, or sites such as Craigslist, can help people find used cars for a reasonable price. Most often, these cars are being sold by individual people and they may be willing to come down on prices. Avoiding "buy here, pay here" places can also save people money.
Auto Trading companies may also offer Mercedes-Benz vehicles at reasonable prices, as they often take car on a trade-in basis. If the person looking to buy has a vehicle, he or she may be able to trade it in and get a large amount taken off the purchase prices.
Government auctions are also good choices. They vehicles are often repossessed from defendants and sold to the public. Public auctions are held periodically in most areas and people can find the schedule by contacting their local sheriff's department. Cars sold at these auctions do not typically come with any warranties.Learn more about Buying & Selling