Mercedes-Benz E-Class Service Intervals
|Spark Plugs||Every 6 years or 60,000 miles|
||Every 4 years of 40,000 miles
||Every year or 10,000 miles
A lot goes into making a Mercedes-Benz E-Class, which means a lot should also go into keeping it running smoothly. Routine maintenance is the key to getting the most out of your luxury vehicle, but what that includes can be confusing. There are many components and fluids in your Mercedes-Benz E-Class vehicle and they all require a level of attention and care if you want to enjoy your car for a long time. The expert technicians at our Mercedes-Benz service center serving Corona, Orange County, Moreno Valley, Beaumont, and San Bernardino know how to get the job done with access to the right tools and the training to do it right. They recommend that you use these service intervals as a guideline for scheduling maintenance so you can avoid more costly, time-consuming problems in the future.
It’s important that 2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class owners follow factory recommendations for Service A and Service B when it comes to maintenance. Both provide the services necessary to improve your vehicle’s performance and longevity. You have to change your oil regularly because it wears down over time. Eventually it can’t lubricate and protect the engine like it’s designed, which is when it needs to be replaced. But that’s just the beginning of vehicle maintenance. The filters in your car take care of the debris and pollutants outside, but they do get clogged. That is why the oil and air filters should be replaced every four years or 40,000 miles. The rest of the services found below help prevent serious damage to your Mercedes-Benz E-Class that could cost much more down the road.
Get Dependable Mercedes-Benz Routine Maintenance near Orange County
|Service A*||Service B*|
Brakes are something you always depend on, but don’t always think about until you need them. Like any other vehicle, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class requires brake system maintenance. The brake fluids that make the brakes work wear down over time from extensive use. This system should be checked every year or every 10,000 miles to ensure that they can still do their important job. This is not something you want to put off, because unreliable brakes can cause serious problems. If you feel them stick or respond slowly, you should call our Orange County Mercedes-Benz service center.
Don’t ignore the spark plugs in your Mercedes-Benz E-Class either. Those little plugs are what get your engine running and if you want to get to work every day, you better make sure they’re in good shape. Spark plugs begin the combustion cycle in your engine every time you drive, but they do lose their effectiveness over time, which is why you should replace them every six years or 60,000 miles.
Routine vehicle maintenance is integral to maintaining the high level of performance and luxury you expect from the E-Class, so get your Mercedes-Benz service near Orange County done at Walter's Mercedes-Benz of Riverside. To schedule a service appointment today, give us a call at 888-656-5003.
*Price advertised for Service A/Service B includes all factory-required components. Please refer to your maintenance booklet for the complete list of factory-required services and details on the specific intervals for your vehicle’s year and model.