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Here Are Some Great CPO Mercedes-Benz Bargains on Autotrader

If you’re looking for a luxury vehicle and you don’t want to pay the original sticker price, you might want to consider certified pre-owned — a great way to get a manufacturer-backed warranty and still get a deal from the new price. To show you what I mean, here are five Mercedes-Benz models that offer certified pre-owned warranties and incredible deals compared to their new prices. For a refresher, Mercedes-Benz’s CPO program offers one additional year of comprehensive coverage with no mileage limit, though you can extend that coverage to extra years for a fee.

2013 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe - $39,990

2013 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe – $39,990

This is the cheapest certified pre-owned Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG on Autotrader. Yes, you can find cheaper examples if you consider C63s without a warranty — but the Mercedes-Benz CPO program is enticing. Also enticing is the fact that this car has traveled just 14,000 miles, and it’s finished in a desirable black on black. It’s currently offered by Mercedes-Benz of Milwaukee for $39,990.

2013 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG - $53,883

2013 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG – $53,883

This is the only certified pre-owned Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG on Autotrader — though that’s partly because the CL63 was renamed the S63 Coupe when it was redesigned a few years ago. This CL63 is offered by Mercedes-Benz of Annapolis for just $53,883, which is likely around a third of its original price five years ago — and while it’s covered 55,000 miles from new, it’s backed by the sound Mercedes-Benz certified pre-owned warranties.

2013 Mercedes-Benz GL450 - $30,998

2013 Mercedes-Benz GL450 – $30,998

The Mercedes-Benz GL450 is a desirable 3-row family SUV, and it’s been a huge seller for Mercedes-Benz ever since it debuted back in 2007. The latest version debuted in 2013, though it was recently updated further to become the GLS. Still, this GL450 is modern enough, with great technology, and, most importantly, an enticing price tag: just $30,998, which is a huge discount from new. It’s offered with 63,000 miles from Tafel Motors, the Mercedes-Benz dealership in Louisville, Kentucky.

2015 Mercedes-Benz S550 - $41,999

2015 Mercedes-Benz S550 – $41,999

It’s hard to believe the latest version of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class is already this inexpensive — considering it still feels new, and considering it recently had a sticker price of over $100,000 — but there are indeed certified pre-owned examples of the current S-Class already listed for sale for around $40,000. This particular 2015 model is offered with 69,500 miles by Mercedes-Benz of Goldens Bridge in Westchester County, New York, and it’s finished in silver with a black interior.

2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S Coupe - $87,645

2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S Coupe – $87,645

The Mercedes-AMG GT S is one of the most thrilling sports cars on the market — and this particular example happens to be the cheapest certified pre-owned GTS around. Offered by Tysinger Motor Company near Virginia Beach, Virginia, it’s traveled just 26,000 miles from new — and it’s currently offered for $87,645, which is a discount of around $50,000 from the original price in just three years.

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  1. Bought my CPO Mercedes from Mercedes of Milwaukee North about a year and a half ago. Best dealership buying experience and best service experience I’ve had and continue to have. Todd and Steve in service are fantastic and Tony in sales is phenomenal. Driven my CPO 80k since I bought it. They have taken great care me.

  2. Apparently the S550 is not CPO.  Seems pretty shady to list as such in order to get the click, then pull the rug out when you read the detailed description.  I will be sure to stay away from that dealer going forward!

    • Yeah..apparently either they changed the comments or Doug didn’t read them – “THIS VEHICLE IS BEING SOLD WITHOUT CPO!!!” and calling a car “CERTIFIED” does not equal CPO from the manufacturer.  

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