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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Mercedes-Benz subscription service to include high end cars

Mercedes-Benz’s subscription service just added a new tier consisting of the automaker’s high-performance AMG models. Subscribers to this tier will get access to 11 models, including sedans, coupes, roadsters, and SUVs “powered by AMG’s signature handcrafted V8 engines,” the company says. Of course, you’ll have to pay a significant amount more for these cars than the rest of Mercedes’ lineup.
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(Photo- Mercedes-Benz USA)
The German carmaker first rolled out its Collection subscription service in Atlanta in 2018 with the goal of appealing to customers who want to have access to a fleet of fancy cars, but don’t necessarily want to own one. The service is only available in Atlanta and Nashville
It consists of three tiers: Signature for $1,095 a month, Reserve for $1,595 a month, and Premiere for $2,995 a month. A one-time $495 joining fee is also required.
The AMG-exclusive tier will set you back $3,595 per month, but you’ll have access to nearly a dozen high-performance models. These include the G63 SUV, GTC Coupe, GT Roadster, GT63 4-Door Coupe, and E63 S Wagon. Each boasts plenty of horsepower thanks to the automaker’s signature 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engines. However, this tier will only be available in Atlanta.
Mercedes Collection will undoubtedly appeal to customers who are drawn to a simplified payment structure and the flexibility to swap to a newer car sooner than a traditional lease or finance plan, as well as access to a higher-quality vehicle than a daily rental from the airport.

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