Mercedes-Benz launches a new 7+ Value Service

Mercedes-Benz has launched a new 7+ Value Service for owners of Mercedes-Benz cars over seven years old.

With a fixed price offering this new alternative servicing for your older Mercedes-Benz car is more affordable, consisting of a full inspection of all key components and fluids, including brakes, tyres, seat belts, brake fluid and lights, as well as an oil and filter change.

In addition to going over all the key komponents and fluids, the 7+ Value Service also has free technical software updates.

Your not so new car will be fixed using only Mercedes-Benz Genuine Parts. When done with the service, the service indicator is reset and the log book stamped exactly the same way as after a regular service.

As an alternative with older cars there is of course always an option to buy the needed parts yourself from Mercedes van parts to new tyres and find a more affordable service, than the brand’s own dealership. Of course if you do have the finances, we always recommend a good proven and reliable service, which does not mean it has to be specialized exclusively in the kind of a car you drive.

With the 7+ Value Service you also get a free car wash as bonus. For more details and bookings contact your nearby Mercedes-Benz Retailer or Mercedes-Benz My Service online booking portal.


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