Mercedes-Benz announces new Service Care pricing for people in UK

Article by Christian A., on April 22, 2013

Mercedes-Benz announced that there’s a new tariff for the Service Care plan that makes it less expensive to service a new or used vehicle. It also said that for lower than £1 a day, this tariff provides cover for 10 models. The Service Care plan gives motorists a convenient method to make a budget for all servicing costs and extends bills in to manageable payments.

Just Mercedes-Benz Genuine Parts are to be used. Each will get a two-year unlimited mileage warranty. There’s a guarantee for the price of parts and labor for up to four services. It will also come with extra items needed during servicing like brake fluid, spark plugs, air filter, fuel filer and screen wash.

The new A-Class is presently offered under the Service Care plan for £22.50 each month. This is the lowest price that the plan has ever been available for on a Mercedes-Benz model. Under Service Care, only manufacturer-approved technicians can work on the vehicle at any preferred Mercedes-Benz Retailer throughout the UK. The digital or hard copy service book will be updated when the service is complete.

If the plan has already been paid, the Service Care package can be transferred to the new owner in the event that the vehicle is sold. In addition, Mercedes-Benz owners can give a single payment upfront for a Service Care plan, which offers the additional benefit of being able to pass on any unused services if the car is sold.

The B-Class Service Care plan has a starting price of £23.00 per month; the new CLA costs from £24.50; the C-Class and SLK are priced from £26.00; the Viano, E-, CLS- M-, GL- and R-Class all cost from £29.00; while the S-, SL- and CL-Class have a starting price of £40.00; and the G-Class costs from £50.00 per month.

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