Superior performance, exquisite style, and cutting-edge technology are what you expect from Mercedes-Benz. For as long as you drive your vehicle, our commitment to you continues with world-class Mercedes-Benz service, parts and accessories.
Why is it best to always service your vehicle at an authorized Mercedes-Benz dealership?
Certified Mercedes-Benz Technicians are required to participate in ongoing training, assuring that they master the use of state-of-the-art diagnostics, tools, and equipment to properly repair your Mercedes-Benz.
Genuine Mercedes-Benz replacement parts and accessories installed by certified technicians preserve the performance and integrity of your vehicle. As well, keeping it genuine with Mercedes-Benz parts will help maintain your vehicle's residual value.
When you visit us, our service staff can perform a detailed, multi-point inspection to address your concerns and maintain your vehicle's performance and appearance.
No one understands and cares for your Mercedes-Benz better than Mercedes-Benz.
At our Mercedes-Benz Service Center you have access to the latest specialized technology and precise analysis from Mercedes-Benz trained technicians who undergo regular, frequent training so they're always up-to-date on every component of your vehicle.
By bringing your Mercedes-Benz vehicle to our Mercedes-Benz Service Center for all your service and repair needs, from regularly scheduled appointments to major repairs, you can count on a continued driving experience unlike any other for every single mile of your lease or ownership.
You can also benefit from:
Required Vehicle Maintenance for Model Year 2010
As of model year 2010, Mercedes-Benz vehicles follow a maintenance schedule of 10,000-mile or 12-month intervals, whichever occurs first. Required maintenance is the routine service necessary to keep your vehicle in peak operating condition, and to help avoid damage to your vehicle. For all other model years, refer to your maintenance manual for specific maintenance schedule information.
When you take your Mercedes-Benz to an authorized Mercedes-Benz Dealer for routine maintenance, our technicians use specialized tools, instruments, technical literature, Genuine Mercedes-Benz Parts, and unmatched technical training to service your vehicle. They follow your maintenance manual in detail to ensure that everything is checked on schedule. Your Mercedes-Benz Maintenance Booklet specifies exactly what services your Mercedes-Benz technician will perform at each routine service visit.
Recommended Maintenance for Model Year 2010
In addition to regular required maintenance, recommended service work is intended to provide you with the flexibility to choose the additional maintenance work performed on your vehicle, based on its needs or recommendations from your authorized Mercedes-Benz Dealer.
Beyond any specific recommendations you receive from your Mercedes-Benz technician, you should check the following items regularly and prior to any long trip:
If applicable to your vehicle's configuration, tire rotation should be performed in accordance with the recommended intervals, or sooner at the first signs of irregular (uneven) tread wear. A tire inspection will help determine the need for a tire rotation which may occur at least once between regular Mercedes-Benz maintenance intervals.
The first rotation inspection occurring at an authorized Mercedes-Benz Dealership at any time up to 5,000 miles is provided at no charge.*
The required maintenance intervals have been determined based on normal operating conditions. Any severe operating conditions may call for more frequent replacement of items such as interior filters, spark plugs, coolant, tires, etc. Checking these items regularly and bringing your vehicle in for service appointments earlier than required, if necessary, will help keep your Mercedes-Benz in top condition.
* In accordance with or as otherwise recommended by your tire manufacturer's instructions. Rotation applies only to vehicles without staggered-width tires. Vehicles with staggered-width tires require inspection instead of rotation. Tires should be rotated/inspected at least once between each service visit. See your Service Manager for details regarding your vehicle's tires.