You can now drive as many Mercedes-Benz cars as you want for $1,095 a month
- The Mercedes-Benz Collection subscription service launched on Tuesday.
- The service is currently available in Nashville, Tennessee, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- Monthly fees range from $1,095 to $2,995.
Sometimes, one Benz just isn't enough. And Mercedes agrees. On Tuesday, the German auto giant launched its all-new US-based subscription plan called Mercedes-Benz Collection.Mercedes is currently conducting a pilot run of the subscription plan in Nashville, Tennessee, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a pilot run.
Membership to the Mercedes-Benz Collection requires a one-time activation fee of $495. There's also a monthly fee that is determined by the service's three tiers; Signature, Reserve, and Premier. However, only two of the three are available in each city.
Reserve is the middle tier at $1,595 and is available in both cities. This tier features mid-size E-Class sedans, wagons, coupes, and convertibles. The GLE 350 SUV is also available. A quartet of AMG models is on offer including the C43 sedan, GLC43 SUV, SLC 43 Roadster, and C43Coupe. However, Nashville members will have to live with four-cylinder E300 models while Philadelphia members paying the same price get more powerful V6 E400s.
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