Mercedes Maintenance Winter Checklist

With the first snow of the season arriving over the weekend, it is time to seriously consider prepping your Mercedes vehicle for the winter season. While there are basic tips to perform on any car for the winter, having a Mercedes or Mercedes-Bemz vehicle means you need to go the extra mile. You always want to make sure your car is looking and performing like the luxury car you paid for. This goes especially for the winter as colder temperatures can affect engine performance and the road conditions can affect how safely your vehicle will operate. As we specialize in Mercedes repair, we have come up with a quick checklist to perform on your luxury Mercedes car that will prep it for the winter time.

Mercedes Maintenance Winter Checklist

  • Schedule a Tune-Up – If you own a car you are bound to run into car troubles, add in the winter weather and those problems only double. By scheduling a tune-up you will ensure your car’s performance while getting a leg up and preventing any costly repairs down the road.
  • Check Tires – Keeping an eye on tire tread and pressure are a given but is especially important to monitor during the winter. With the snow and ice on the roads, you will want to make sure that your Mercedes vehicle will not slide on the road.
  • Change Oil & Filters – Performance for luxury and high-end cars such as Mercedes is very important, its one of the main reasons people purchase these brand cards besides the name. You want to make sure that the performance is in its optimal form. In the winter you will want to change our your oil as well as have a technician replace any fuel, air or transmission filters.
  • Check Lighting – The winter season is darker than the other parts of the year, which means having your lights checked is extremely important. Be sure to have both interior and exterior lights, especially headlights, inspected to make sure they work properly.
  • Inspect Brakes – One of the most important things to have inspected for the winter is your brakes. To be prepared for the unexpected make sure your braking system is up to code with nothing hindering your safety in the snow.
  • Test Battery – With the extra terrain to move through and colder temperatures, it is more likely in the winter that our battery can lose a good amount of power. Be sure that your Mercedes’s battery performance is checked.
  • Inspect Exhaust System – Just like with your engine or battery, your exhaust system can be affected by the colder climate and snow. To ensure optimal performance, schedule an inspection for your Mercedes exhaust for ensuring safety this summer.

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