Prices continue to change for the German luxury car maker, with A-Class buyers seeing the most benefit.
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Less than a month after increasing prices across its line-up – it's third in since early 2020 – Mercedes-Benz has continued to adjust pricing, but this time with a number of discounts being applied to the cheaper end of its model range.

The greatest discount in the Mercedes-Benz stable is a tie between the A 250 hatch, CLA 200 four-door coupe, and CLA 250, with $500 taken off last month's prices. While the Mercedes-AMG A45 S hot hatch enjoys the biggest drop, with the price tag reducing by $820.

At the other end of the range, the S 450L has risen by $1765, while the electric EQC 400 has gone up by $1700.

See below for the full breakdown.

Note: Only the prices that have changed for April are listed below. All prices listed throughout this story exclude on-road costs.


2021 Mercedes-Benz A-Class April pricing

  • A 180 hatch – $45,000 (down $100)
  • A 180 sedan – $46,500 (down $200)
  • A 250 hatch – $57,300 (down $500)
  • A 250 sedan – $59,600 (down $100)
  • A 250e hatch – $63,500 (up $100)
  • A 250e sedan – $66,500 (up $500)
  • A35 hatch – $71,700 (down $770)
  • A35 sedan – $71,700 (down $800)
  • A45 S hatch – $91,400 (down $820)

2021 Mercedes-Benz B-Class April pricing

  • B 180 – $48,000 (down $200)

2021 Mercedes-Benz CLA April pricing

  • CLA 200 – $62,100 (down $500)
  • CLA 250 – $70,100 (down $500)
  • CLA35 – $85,900 (up $300)
  • CLA45 S – $112,000 (up $700)

2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class April pricing

  • S 450L – $264,900 (up $1765)

2021 Mercedes-Benz EQC April pricing

  • EQC 400 – $141,400 (up $1700)