So, it’s time to have your Mercedes serviced and you’re debating where to take it. The first place that comes to mind is the Mercedes dealership where you bought it from; after all, they are the specialists, right? Let’s think again.
A recent study by AutoMD.com revealed that on average, dealerships will charge a customer $300 more than an independent mechanic for equal service per year. The simple reason being that their employees are paid more per hour than most independent mechanics; the longer the job, the more it will cost you. This affects every service from transmission work to oil changes. According to Consumer Reports, Mercedes-Benz owners had the most complaints in regards to dealerships overpricing parts. Read More
You don’t have to be a Mercedes technician to know the obvious: the battery in your Mercedes Benz will eventually need to be replaced. Many people wonder if Mercedes battery replacement is something they can do on their own. Here, we will discuss why it is important to have an experienced Mercedes service technician replace the battery in your Mercedes-Benz. Read More
It has been extremely hot already this year in the Sacramento area. There is no doubt that if you are riding in a car you need an air conditioner that is working at its optimal performance. While a Mercedes Benz is an excellent and reliable vehicle, their air conditioners to need servicing from time to time. The blazing heat of summer can be dangerous for you and your Mercedes, so keeping the air conditioning in top shape is a necessity. Read More