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FAQs

How often do you need to change the oil in a Mercedes?

We recommend following the manufacturer’s guidelines for oil changes, based on the type of oil used and the age of the Mercedes-Benz. In newer cards, after 2010, this is every 10,000 miles. Older vehicles require more frequent oil changes.

Does Mercedes require a special oil change?

We use a specialized oil change system to fully extract all used oil. This helps to extend engine life.

How much does Mercedes Benz charge for an oil change?

Oil changes are very low cost, and we routinely offer discounts on our full synthetic oil changes.

How often do Mercedes need an alignment?

It is recommended your Mercedes-Benz come in for an alignment every two to three years with average mileage. However, every 5 to 10,000 miles is often recommended with A and B services.

How much does an alignment cost for a Mercedes-Benz?

We offer specials on alignments for your Mercedes-Benz vehicle that are the best price in the area.

How long does it take to align a Mercedes?

We strive to complete wheel alignments in about thirty minutes to an hour.

How often does a Mercedes need servicing?

Newer vehicles typically require servicing once every year or every 10,000 miles.

Where should I get my Mercedes serviced?

Cor-Auto is a specialized Mercedes-Benz service and repair center that completes Mercedes-Benz servicing of all makes and models.

How much does a Mercedes Benz service cost?

The cost of the service depends on the type of vehicle, the services requested or required, as well as the cost of any new parts or components needed for repairs.

What are the maintenance and repair costs for Mercedes Benz?

The maintenance and repair costs for a Mercedes-Benz are some of the lowest in the industry due to the German engineering of these vehicles. However, routine maintenance and servicing are also important to reduce engine wear and tear and to identify any possible issues before they become more significant and costly repairs.