All Mercedes-Benz drivers will need to bring their vehicle for Service A and Service B at a Portland-area service center. These required service checklists ensure that your vehicle is fine-tuned for optimal performance — so you can keep enjoying premium features and better preserve your car’s resale value. What’s the difference between Service A and Service B, and what do they cover? Read below to learn more about Service A and B time intervals, how to read service codes, and which services each will cover for your Mercedes-Benz coupe or sedan.
Mercedes-Benz Service A* is performed at 10,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first. Services may vary depending on your vehicle’s model year, but the following services are included in most Service A checklists:
Adhere to all required elements listed by model year and specific model as indicated on the corresponding service sheet for Mercedes-Benz Maintenance Systems in the USA. For an estimate of Mercedes-Benz Service A costs for your make and model year, contact the service center at Mercedes-Benz of Beaverton.
You’ll bring your vehicle in for Mercedes-Benz Service B* at 20,000 miles or 2 years, whichever comes first. Services on the Mercedes-Benz Service B checklist include:
Adhere to all required elements listed by model year and specific model as indicated on the corresponding service sheet for Mercedes-Benz Maintenance Systems in the USA. For an estimate of Mercedes-Benz Service B costs for your make and model year, contact the service center at Mercedes-Benz of Beaverton.
The biggest difference between Mercedes-Benz Service A and Mercedes-Benz Service B is the required time interval for each. Service A is required after 10,000 miles or 1 year, while Service B is required when you reach 20,000 miles or 2 years. The services included on Service A and B are largely the same, although Service B adds a cabin air filter replacement. Service B also provides certain Mercedes-Benz CLA and GLA AMG® models with an engine air filter replacement.
In addition to different intervals in which you’ll need to bring in your Mercedes-Benz for Service A or Service B, there are designated service codes, or subcodes, that will appear on your central display that will be an easy visual indicator of the maintenance required. A little symbol on your central display may be lit on to tell you if you need Service A or Service B. If your vehicle needs Service B, it may be paired with any of the following subcodes to give you more details on what issues or fixes your car needs:
If it’s almost time for your vehicle’s Service A or Service B, schedule this crucial service checklist at Mercedes-Benz of Beaverton today. We’re a trusted source for Mercedes-Benz authorized service and offer genuine OEM parts for the Hillsboro and Happy Valley areas. Don’t hesitate to contact us with questions about service, identifying service codes, to speak with a sales member to get a quote on service costs, or to book your next routine check-up.
*Services and pricing for Service A/Service B may vary due to your driving habits, mileage, and local environmental conditions. Please refer to your maintenance booklet for additional details and general guidelines for your vehicle’s year and model.
**Oil and filter change is the base advertised service component. Additional services as determined by your vehicle’s ASSYST Plus system, which calculates service needs based on your driving habits, time, mileage and environmental conditions, may increase service cost.
^2009 and newer Mercedes-Benz vehicles only. Price advertised for Service A/Service B includes all factory-required components. Please refer to your maintenance booklet for the complete list of factory-required services and details on the specific intervals for your vehicle’s year and model.