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Which is Better for my Mercedes-Benz: Synthetic or Conventional Oil?

Which is Better for my Mercedes-Benz: Synthetic or Conventional Oil?

Taking your Mercedes-Benz vehicle in for routine oil changes is the best way to prevent dirt and sludge from building up in your vehicle’s engine and keep it running smoothly for the duration of its lifetime. Here at Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale, we recommend synthetic oil blends instead of conventional oil for a few reasons. Take a look at the differences below!

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What is leaking from my car

How to Identify Automotive Liquids by Color

What is leaking from my car?

If you are staring at a puddle of unidentifiable liquid in your driveway, you are not alone. Every year, an unknown number of scared drivers, Mercedes-Benz or not, are faced with a leak of some kind. Actually, it is quite common because vehicles rely on up to ten different liquids at a time to operate at OEM standards. This might be more than you were expecting but never fear because Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale is here to help you figure out what is leaking from your car. Read the rest of this entry >>

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Service Scottsdale AZ

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Maintenance Scottsdale AZ

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Service Scottsdale AZ

Mercedes-Benz E-Class owners all have a firm understand one fundamental aspect of life; the road. Whether it be a new or used Mercedes-Benz, every time you get into your E-Class, it feels like the first time. Imagine if something were to happen to it (knock on wood)! Even worse, what if it happened right before your weekend drive around the Green Belt? We want to put concerns like this to rest. That is why we are actively seeking Mercedes-Benz E-Class service opportunities in Scottsdale AZ. Read the rest of this entry >>

When To Change The Oil in Your Mercedes-Benz

Don’t Neglect Your Car! Find Out How Often To Change Mercedes-Benz Oil

When To Change The Oil in Your Mercedes-Benz

Back in the days of carburetors, distributors, and regular oil, it was recommended that you change your oil every time you cross the 3,000-mile mark. Over time, this number slowly increased out of the view of the public eye. Dirty carburetors got replaced with fuel injectors, ignition systems dug the grave for the distributor, and scientists developed a way to synthesize oil to make it work better in every possible way. So how do you know when to change the oil in your Mercedes-Benz? The answer, unfortunately is that it depends, but don’t worry there is a simple way to find out. Read the rest of this entry >>