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More about Success Fee
When is the success fee paid?
You pay the success fee to CarSwitch only when we find a buyer for your car (at a price you accept) and we secure a deposit
Why do we charge a success fee?
We take on all the costs and efforts of selling your car including advertising on various platforms, speaking with potential buyers, filtering them for seriousness and arranging and attending test drives to sell your car as quickly as possible and at your asking price. It’s a very involved operation that we need to support financially, but we only ask to be compensated once we’re successful - so it remains risk free for our sellers
Does the success fee change if the car sells for a lower amount?
No, the success fee is a fixed service fee which we communicate and agree on up-front so it’s a transparent experience. You remain in full control of your asking price for the car, and so can add our success fee on top to not affect your earning
Does the success fee change if the car sells for a higher amount ?
You can’t increase your asking price after the car has been inspected. So the asking price you set right now is the maximum you can get for your car. Our success fee remains a fixed amount.
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Interesting facts about Mercedes cars
Insider tips from the experts
Founded in 1926 by Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler, Mercedes-Benz is one of the top brands when it comes to luxury cars. It’s headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. With over two million premium cars sold worldwide annually, Mercedes-Benz is the leader in this segment. The company produces convertibles, wagons, couples, SUVs, sedans, as well as commercial vehicles. Some of the well-known brands and divisions of the company include Mercedes-Maybach and Mercedes-AMG. Since Mercedes-AMG models usually have better performance rankings and specs, the price tag is also often heftier.
The first Mercedes was built in 1901 and came with 35 hp. It was named after the daughter of Emil Jellinek, who was an entrepreneur and worked with Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG). Karl Benz’s company and Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft merged in 1926, and the production of first cars under the brand name Mercedes-Benz began. During the 1930s and early 1940s, the company produced Mercedes-Benz 770, which was a big luxury vehicle at that time. Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, which is considered to be the first supercar ever built, was revealed in the 1950s. During this decade Mercedes-Benz continued to introduce new innovations and technologies, especially with regards to safety. For example, Mercedes-Benz 220 fared better in crash tests compared to other vehicles. The company brought us the Mercedes-Benz 600 in the 1960s. It was a limousine with an eight-cylinder powertrain that could produce 300 hp. Another feature that made it remarkable as a luxury vehicle of its time was the fact that it could go from zero to 60 in just seven seconds.
Mercedes-Benz continued to improve its vehicles in terms of safety, luxury, and power during the decade that followed and launched the S-Class. The popular Mercedes-Benz 190 E was introduced in the 1980s. During the 1990s the company took another big step towards taking the performance and quality of its vehicles to an even higher level – Mercedes-Benz joined hands with AMG, which specializes in improving performance. Beginning with Mercedes C36 AMG, the company has been producing AMG, or high-performance versions, of almost all its cars. Today, ranging from GLC (compact luxury SUVs) to AMG GT (sports cars), a huge variety of Mercedes used cars for sale are available. You can tell a lot about a Mercedes car by looking at the suffix in its model name. For example, if you see a ‘C’ the body type is likely to be a cabriolet or coupe, ‘R’ stands for racing, and ‘D’ means that it has a diesel engine.
When it comes to electric cars, Mercedes has made so many advancements that it has emerged as one of Tesla’s major competitors. Mercedes-AMG cars have also participated and been successful in Formula One championships.
Once you get behind the wheel in one of these cars and experience the luxury and performance it can deliver, it wouldn’t take much convincing to make you sell your car in Dubai and UAE and invest in a Mercedes-Benz vehicle.
Popular Mercedes models
Mercedes C200 is a compact executive car and belongs to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which was launched in 1993. It is currently being manufactured by Daimler AG. Car buyers also have the option to go for the AMG version of this car. The 2019 Mercedes C200 AMG comes loaded with many great features such as a navigation system, panoramic roof, keyless starting, bird's eye view, as well as parking sensors.
As its name suggests, Mercedes E300 is an executive car. Belonging to the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the car has been designed to provide the driver and passengers with the highest levels of comfort. It’s currently in its 5th and current generation that began in 2017. The 2018 Mercedes E300 has a 9-speed automatic transmission that’s coupled with a 2.0 L 4-cylinder engine which can produce 241 hp. It also has larger dimensions compared to its predecessors.
Mercedes CLA250 belongs to the Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class, which covers subcompact luxury vehicles. It offers more trunk space than a lot of the other cars in this segment. Keep in mind that the 2019 Mercedes CLA250 is very similar to the one produced in 2018. The CLA 250 is one of the two trims that are available under the 2019 Mercedes-Benz CLA, the other one being Mercedes-Benz AMG CLA45. While both trims come with a 7-speed automatic transmission, the engine of the 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG CLA 45 can deliver more power compared to the 2019 Mercedes CLA250.