It's been my experience over the last 25+ years of being involved in the automotive repair business that most Mercedes Benz owners love and cherish their cars. With reason! Mercedes Benz vehicles are the epitome of German engineering. To fully realize the power, responsiveness and efficiency a Mercedes Benz engine was built to produce, a bit of special care is required. When it comes to the filters, oil, and fluids of your Mercedes Benz, regular maintenance helps prevent mechanical deterioration. Although it's possible to perform all the general maintenance of the fluids, filters, and oil yourself, it is best to seek a professional if you drive a modern Mercedes Benz. With the newer models it is becoming more and more difficult for even those with good mechanical knowledge to perform their own maintenance. Largely this is due to the complexity of the systems and the specialized tools and software required.
We can all come up with a list of things that annoy us the most. Individual pet peeves aside, there's one thing that tops the list for most...spending money needlessly. There are three situations in the shop that make us cringe because they cost you, our beloved customer, money that could have been spent elsewhere. Let's take a look at how you can easily avoid them.
More is better, right? But, is this really true when it comes to the octane in your fuel tank? With gas prices on the rise, it makes you really wonder if the premium gas is really worth the extra $0.20 per gallon. It seems the answer isn't as clear cut as you would hope. It really depends on your car. Here are a few tips to help you decide which fuel is best for your car.
Aside from the weather, gas prices are often a popular topic of conversation. Probably because we like to complain ("Hot enough for you?", "Gas prices are killing me!").