Kansas City dealership has vehicles that may qualify for tax incentives

Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City has models that may meet end-of-year requirements

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Business shoppers looking for a new vehicle may be interested in select models at Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City.  Models that meet specific weight requirements, and that are purchased by Dec. 31, 2017 may qualify for tax incentives. Those interested in this offer should consult their tax professional about what they could save.

One model that may qualify for a tax incentive is the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter large van, which can offer practical transportation options for many large and small businesses. Large luxury SUVs that may meet the weight requirement for this tax incentive include the Mercedes-Benz GLS and Mercedes-Benz GLE. Research information about the latest models of the Mercedes-Benz GLS and Mercedes-Benz GLE are available on the Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City website. 

A business that chooses one of these high-end models may be able to enjoy significant savings on their taxes as well as a premium vehicle for business needs. Interested parties should contact their tax accountant to see if the benefits will apply to their purchase.

Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City is a luxury dealership located in South Kansas City. It offers luxury shoppers a large selection of new and pre-owned Mercedes-Benz models, as well as luxury repair and maintenance services for many makes and models. To learn more about current inventory, service opportunities, or incentives available at Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City, interested parties may visit the dealership's website, www.mb-kc.com, or contact a dealership representative at 855-979-0605.

Media Contact: Kris Nielsen, Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City, 855-979-0605, Kris.Nielsen@SoaveAuto.com

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SOURCE Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City



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