Mercedes-Benz offers a standard range of service levels for their cars, which may vary depending on the specific model and year. AutoGermany performs each of these service levels based on your vehicle’s current needs and past maintenance history. These standard service levels for Mercedes-Benz cars include:
This is a basic maintenance service recommended by Mercedes-Benz after the first 16,000 kms or 1 year of ownership, and then every 32,000 kms or 2 years thereafter. It includes an oil change, fluid level checks, and a basic inspection of the vehicle.
This is a more comprehensive service recommended after the first 32,000 kms or 2 years of ownership, and then every 32,000 kms or 2 years thereafter. It includes all the elements of Service A, plus additional checks and replacements such as cabin air filter, engine air filter, and brake fluid.
This is a major service recommended after the first 64,000 kms or 4 years of ownership, and then every 64,000 kms or 4 years thereafter. It includes all the elements of Service B, plus additional checks and replacements such as spark plugs, transmission fluid, and fuel filter.
This is a more specialized service that may be recommended for specific models and can include additional checks and replacements such as brake pads, rotors, and tires.
This is a quick and convenient service that can be completed in around an hour, and includes basic maintenance tasks such as oil and filter changes, fluid level checks, and brake inspections.
It’s important to consult your Mercedes-Benz owner’s manual or speak to a certified Mercedes-Benz technician to determine which service level is appropriate for your specific model and driving habits. Our qualified team at AutoGermany will be happy to answer your questions regarding your Mercedes-Benz service.
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