Breaking Down the Differences Between Mercedes A and B Services
When driving a Mercedes, it’s important to keep up with regular maintenance. You may be familiar with the terms Mercedes A and B Services, but do you know what they entail? In this article, we’ll outline the differences between A and B Services to ensure your car receives the proper care.
From oil changes to tyre rotations, we’ll take a look at the critical services that each one covers.
Mercedes A and B Services are typically divided into two distinct categories: Service A Minor and Service B Major. Each Service type has various service codes that identify the necessary service items, like A1 to A9.
Additionally, you may notice a number or letter after the A/B on your service menu, which indicates a different level of service is needed based on time and kilometres the car has been driven. This can help provide a more accurate cost estimation for servicing, as it specifies any additional items that need to be replaced.
For example, an A7 service includes Item 1 -Service scope for all models, Item 3 – Replace engine oil and filter and Item 20 – Transmission Service 50,000km or 3 years, whichever comes first. There are too many and varied to list them all but we are more than happy to advise you when you ring or email for a quote on your next service.