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Buying a new Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz have always produced extremely high quality and prestigious vehicles so it’s no surprise that sales in Australia now exceed 10,000 passenger vehicles a year. Mercedes dealers do not like to discount as a rule. A large proportion of buyers in Australia will pay full retail or near enough for many of their passenger vehicles. However, Private Fleet are able to save you money, not to mention cutting through the hassle and sourcing your new Mercedes quickly and efficiently.

With over 20 accredited Mercedes-Benz Dealers within the Private Fleet National Network and a purchasing power of many thousands of new vehicles per year, Private Fleet is well placed to ensure that your next new Mercedes-Benz purchase is second to none.

Private Fleet are able to save private buyers thousands of dollars on the following 2023 Mercedes-Benz vehicles:

To find out more or to find out how to obtain Private Fleet Discount Pricing via your local Mercedes dealer, click here to complete our 30 second enquiry form or call 1300 303 181 during business hours.

Mercedes Benz Discounting (a footnote)

Mercedes Benz do not want to be seen to be a manufacturer that discounts in order to drive sales. Rather that each Mercedes vehicle is sold on its merits and the pricing is almost secondary. Whilst this is a noble concept the fact is that dealers (even Mercedes dealers) compete, and in any industry where you have competition, you will invariably find discounting. So, the fact is there are Mercedes dealers that discount – the question is where they are and how to achieve this because they won’t advertise that they offer discounts. Many Mercedes dealers do have considerable success selling their product on its merits alone and many buyers assume that there is no option other than to expect a minimal discount. However even if you are the most ardent Mercedes Benz fan and the most committed buyer, remember money off the RRP is money back in your pocket.

We know of no better method that our Private Fleet tendering system. In fact, we guarantee it. You still buy your new Mercedes from a Mercedes Benz dealer, first registered in your name, still have all the usual exceptional after sales service, warranty etc. The only difference is the price. So whilst we can’t list the Mercedes dealers we work with the fact is we can still save you thousands off your new Mercedes Benz purchase.

More About: Mercedes-Benz

It’s one of the oldest automotive brands going and has one of the simplest yet most recognizable badges around.

It’s Mercedes-Benz.

The lineage of the brand can be traced back to 1886, when the world’s first recognised gasoline/petrol powered automobile was shown by Karl Benz.  Financed by Bertha Benz, Karl’s wife, the Benz Patent Motorwagen was patented in January of 1886. Based on a stagecoach, the addition of a petrol engine thanks to Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler later that year would revolutionise personal travel.

The Mercedes  automobile was first marketed in 1901 by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (Daimler Motors Corporation) and the brand itself was effectively created by Emil Jellinek , an automotive entrepreneur, in 1902. He named a 1901 35 horsepower vehicle Mercedes, after his daughter.

Jellinek was marketing and selling the “horseless carriage” into the high society areas of Europe and to American millionaires in 1901. The name “Mercedes” was trademarked in the same year and in 1926, following the mergers of the companies owned by both Daimler and Benz into one, the first vehicles under the brand name of Mercedes-Benz were released.

The pre-war era saw a vehicle called the 770 being produced, a vehicle that would prove popular with the Nazi party.

The company itself has been a major instigator of technology into cars and uses its extensive motorsport history to see innovations such as paddle shift mechanisms find their way into every day vehicles. Mercedes-Benz continue to produce a vast range of vehicles across world markets.