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Mercedes Benz Competitor Conquest Program Adds Volkswagen and Jeep to Eligible Makes, Save Up to $4,000 on New 2011 and 2012 Models!


The Mercedes Benz Competitor Conquest Program is back and better than ever during the Mercedes-Benz Winter event running through the end of the year!

This month, November 2011, Jeep and Volkswagen were added to the more than 10 other makes that are eligible for the competitor conquest program already!

In addition to these new makes, the cash incentives have been increased on a number of vehicles. The biggest winners are those buyers of NEW 2012 model GL and S class vehicles, you can now get $4,000 toward the purchase of either of these Mercedes-Benz vehicles when you own any of these other makes.. and remember, you don’t even have to trade anything in… just prove current ownership.

Read on to see exactly how the program works!

How does the Mercedes Benz Competitor Conquest Program Work?

It’s very easy, no tricks or gimmicks, If you currently own or lease a BMW, Audi,. Lexus, Porsche, Jaguar, Range Rover / Land Rover, Acura, Infiniti, Cadillac, Lincoln, Volvo, or now, a Jeep or Volkswagen, vehicle and you lease or buy any of the eligible Mercedes Benz vehicles (everything except the SLS AMG or Sprinter), you’re in for a big discount.

You just have to prove ownership, or better said, prove that the vehicle is currently registered to you, and the discounts will be applied by your local dealer at the time of the new car purchase. You don’t have to trade in the competitor’s car, simply prove ownership.

Mercedes Competitor Conquest Discounts By Class – November 2011
mercedes conquest discount

I repeat: There is no catch! If you have any of these competing luxury brands you’re in for big competitor conquest discounts. I personally took advantage of this program when I leased my new C300 several months ago. I owned a 1998 Volvo V70R station wagon at the time, it had about 108,000 miles on it. It was 13 years old and in need of some expensive repairs. I ended up using that car to take advantage of the Competitor Conquest Program from Mercedes-Benz, I got $2,000 towards the new C class lease and ended up selling the Volvo to my friend and mechanic who had been maintaining it for me for the past several years. He did the repairs the car needed and got a great car, I got a big discount on my new C class… a win / win.

By now, most 2011 models are long gone, although there are still a handful of E classes here at Sears Imports that are eligible for the $4,000 discount, I sold one of them myself on Saturday.

Mercedes Benz Competitor Conquest Program! Save Up to $1,500 If You Own One of These Makes…

Do you currently own one of these makes? If so, you can save up to $1,500 on a new Mercedes-Benz!

That’s right… the Mercedes-Benz Competitor Conquest Certificate Program for the month of March 2011 is in place!

**The Competitor Conquest Program is active through the end of October 2011, click this link for details! This article was written back in March of 2011, discounts are BIGGER in October 2011 Click this link for new info on the most up to date program!**

So.. how does the Conquest Program work?

If you currently own and have a valid registration for any model from these manufacturers you qualify! BMW, Audi, Porsche, Lexus, Acura, Infiniti, Jaguar, Land Rover / Range Rover or Cadillac. If you purchase or lease a new Mercedes-Benz vehicle you will be eligible for  $1,000 towards that new 2011 model Mercedes-Benz. If you are purchasing or leasing a CLS or E Class vehicle from Model Year 2011 you are eligible for $1,500 towards that purchase. (SLS AMG vehicles and Sprinter Vans are not eligible for this program.

This is a limited program from Mercedes-Benz. Each dealer has a finite number of ‘control numbers’ to use for this program. Once they’re gone, they’re gone and the extra $1,000 or $1,500 is gone and no longer available.

This is a fairly straight forward program, it isn’t able to be used in conjunction with the European Delivery Program and some of the other programs out there at this time. You don’t need to necessarily trade in the competitor vehicle, just prove that you own it by presenting the current registration for the vehicle. So… if your husband drives a BMW and you want a new Mercedes, present the registration card for his car and you’re set.