Mercedes-Benz Just Launched Its Own Car Subscription Service

Would you like to take the G500 or the E-Class today, sir?

By Kirk Miller

 
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16 April 2018

Why drive one luxury car when you can drive all the luxury cars?

Mercedes-Benz just announced a high-end car subscription service, entering a crowded field that already features like-minded pilot programs by BMW, Cadillac, Porsche and Audi. The marque’s Mercedes-Benz Collection launches in Nashville and Philadelphia this June, and will allow members to book different Mercedes vehicles from a dedicated app.

The available cars, licensed through Mercedes-Benz dealerships in the two cities, will include an unspecified range of SUVs, sedans, coupes, cabriolets, roadsters and wagons, along with Mercedes-AMG models. A number of different tiers will be available to subscribers, and “drivers will enjoy unlimited access within their tier and no mileage limitations.” The monthly fee also includes insurance, 24/7 roadside assistance and vehicle maintenance.  

No price was given, but as The Verge notes, similar programs from BMW, Cadillac and Porsche fall in the $1,800-$3,000 per month range.

If you’re in Philly or Nashville, you can sign up for more info here.

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