Mercedes-Benz Coronavirus Financial Relief and New Car Incentives
The first case of COVID-19 was reported in Wuhan, China back in December of 2019. The spread of the Coronavirus brought closures to all manufacturing in that region, causing the supply chain to come to a complete stop for a period of time. While the abrupt halt of Chinese manufacturing damaged almost every industry in the United States, the automobile industry was particularly affected in a negative way. In an attempt to slow the spread of the virus, all auto manufacturing was stopped in mid-March throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Mercedes-Benz, one of the largest sellers of premium vehicles in the world, is reeling in the aftermath of the Coronavirus. Currently, Mercedes-Benz has a goal of attempting to keep its employees safe, reassure its business suppliers, and assisting consumers who find themselves in financial need during this unprecedented situation. The German automaker has even taken to its various social media platforms to educate the public on the Coronavirus.
We have provided an overview of Mercedes-Benz’s Coronavirus car payment plans, in addition to the brand’s new car incentives. We’ll also discuss how the virus is affecting Mercedes-Benz operations here in the United States.