Mercedes-Benz Brake Service In Riverside
When you own a Mercedes-Benz, there’s nothing more satisfying than putting the pedal to the metal, but that doesn’t mean you should neglect your brake system. Stay safe on the road by visiting our Mercedes-Benz service department in Riverside for routine maintenance. We’re open six days a week and offer convenient hours so you can take care of your car and then go back to taking care of everything else you need to do.
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“I am currently driving my 5th Mercedes from Walter’s. After purchasing my first Mercedes, back in 2001, I will never go to another dealership other than Walters! I am always treated extremely well and have always been very satisfied with all of my cars, and the quality of my service. My service rep is always prompt, friendly, helpful, and able to answer any question that I have about my car. My recent service appointment was fabulous, as always! I look forward to my continued relationship with this dealership! Walters is #1!” – Mathgal1
Time For New Brakes:
|Service A*||Service B*|
From stop-and-go traffic to quick stops and everything in between, our roads are hectic, which is why it’s so important to have a healthy brake system. Unsure if you’re brakes are ready for anything, look and listen for these warning signs:
- A grinding sound coming from the brakes is a telltale sign that your brake pads are worn out. This greatly reduces the stopping power and effectiveness of your brakes in critical situations.
- If you notice your brake pedal responding differently, that is a sure sign something is wrong. It may feel soft or spongy when you apply the brakes or it could be difficult to push down. Either of these situations may also include your vehicle pulling to one side when you brake because the calipers have worn down unevenly.
- Vibrations through the pedal or steering wheel are signs that your brakes have heated up too much and are indicative of serious rotor problems.
- A bad odor when you apply your brakes means something isn’t working properly or is about to fail. Overheated brake pads lead to unreliable braking patterns
- Warning light. There’s a reason these things come on, and if they do then don’t ignore them.
If you said yes to any of the signs above, bring your vehicle to our Mercedes-Benz service department. We have the training and tools to provide quality service, whether you need a brake inspection, new brakes pads, or more
To schedule a service appointment, call (888) 656-5003 today!
*Services and pricing for Service A/Service B may vary due to your driving habits, mileage, and local environmental conditions. Please refer to your maintenance booklet for additional details and general guidelines for your vehicle’s year and model.
*Oil and filter change is the base advertised service component. Additional services as determined by your vehicle’s ASSYST Plus system, which calculates service needs based on your driving habits, time, mileage and environmental conditions, may increase service cost.