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6 Reviews

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Mohammed Rabbi

London , 6 years of experience


22nd September 2017
“Fantastic job. ”

REMY

Mercedes-Benz B-Class • Front brake pads (all) replacement

24th August 2017
“Mohammed was very good. Explained what was done and etc, did the works on the roadside and cleaned up after himself leaving no mess at all. Great service both from mechanic and the site. Thanks!”

VALENTINA

Mercedes-Benz A-Class • Gearbox oil change


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21 Reviews

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Ajr Mobile Mechanics

Exeter , 18 years of experience


21st September 2017
“Ashley turned up about 10.30am, He quickly diagnosed that my car will need to be taken to his garage for further work. He left just after 11 am and promised to call me back this afternoon with an estimate of costs. I have given a nominal 4-star rating, however, no work has yet been carried out.“
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ROY

Mercedes-Benz SLK • Diagnostic Inspection

23rd February 2017
“Ashley was brilliant recommend very helpful and knowlegable”

DENISE

Renault Scenic/Grand Scenic II • Diagnostic Inspection


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31 Reviews

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Renato Caetano

Southampton , 15 years of experience


19th September 2017
“all good thanks”

LINTON

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe/Cabriolet • Standard Pre-purchase Inspection

19th August 2017
“Very good mechanic. Did the job quickly and well. He also spotted an oil leak that could have been very bad for my engine if he didn't notice. ”

ALEXANDER

Mini Mini • Timing chain tensioner replacement


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56 Reviews

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Mersey Garages

Liverpool , 30 years of experience


13th September 2017
“Wa running a little late but get in touch, happy with work completed”

HEATHER

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe • Full Service

16th June 2017
“paul was amazing”

ABDULLAH

Ford S-MAX • Fuel filter replacement


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24 Reviews

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Total Fix Service

Stockport , 13 years of experience


20th September 2017
“I was very happy with the work carried out by Total Fix Service. They arrived at the agreed time which was on a Saturday. The mechanic diagnosed my problem very quickly ( broken height sensor) and tried to place an order for one. He could only get it from the main mercedes dealer. Although promised by them for Tuesday it was Wednesday before he finally got it. This wait was frustrating both for him and me but in no way reflects on his work. The repair was fixed quickly and i was perfectly happy with all aspects. I recommend Total Fix Service Stockport for your repairs and i will certainly use them again in the future. I was more than happy with the service of ClickMechanice and again i recommend their service.“
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STEVEN

Mercedes-Benz S-Class • Diagnostic Inspection

6th August 2017
“Total Fix Service was great,they picked my car up and within three hours,i had my car back,job completed,no problems,very clean,verygood service,”

GEOFFREY

Volkswagen Polo • Car Leaking Outside Inspection

Mercedes-Benz cars we repair

  • 190
  • 200-500/E/D/C/T
  • 208-210
  • 300-600SL
  • 308-310
  • 408-410
  • 507-512
  • 609-614
  • 709-711
  • 809-811
  • 812-814
  • A-Class
  • B-Class
  • C-Class
  • C-Class Coupe
  • Citan
  • CLA
  • CLA Coupe
  • CLA Shooting Brake
  • CLC-Class
  • CL-Class
  • CLK
  • CLS
  • E-Class
  • E-Class Coupe/Cabriolet
  • G-Class
  • GLA
  • GLC
  • GL-Class
  • GLE
  • GLK
  • G-Wagen
  • L200-400
  • MB100D
  • M-Class
  • O309
  • R-Class
  • S-Class
  • S-Class Coupe
  • SL-Class
  • SLK
  • SLR
  • SLS AMG
  • Sprinter
  • Vaneo
  • Vario
  • V-Class
  • Viano
  • Vito

Want to learn more about Mercedes-Benz problems?

Read our short guide with information on the most popular models.

Common Mercedes-Benz Faults

Mercedes-Benz has of course over many years made a name for itself for making robust cars. However, even Mercedes-Benz cars can have issues that lead to the company announcing a recall of the car. In most cases it will be a result of parts having worn, and usually this can be fixed with replacement parts.

Preventative measures can be taken to decrease wear and ultimately component failure. It is important to always follow the servicing stipulations for your Mercedes. This will include things like proper lubrication of the components on the car and equally ensuring service parts are changed at the mileage intervals listed.

Sprinter

Introduced as Mercedes' large van, the Sprinter was built in a number of varieties and axle lengths. An issue with the load sensing valve on the rear axle leading to a brake imbalance across the axle was one of the first identified. The resolution was of course to replace the valve on affected models during a recall action launched in December 2000. [R/2001/016 / Mercedes-Benz Ref. 1639] On some models built during 2009 it was found that an oil leak may occur at the bottom of the oil filler neck, which of course could lead to so much oil leaking away that the engine is not lubricated sufficiently anymore. This lead to engine damage in some scenarios. By simply changing the oil filler neck the problem could be resolved [R/2010/127 / Mercedes-Benz C232]

CL-Class

As the coupé sister of the S-Class luxury saloon the CL-Class shares a number of recalls with it's sibling. In 2006 it was found that a number of CLs built during 2005 had a problem with the instrument cluster failing to illuminate. The company resolved the problem by simply replacing the instrument cluster. [R/2006/141 / Mercedes-Benz Ref. PO74]

C-Class

The C-Class was devised as the company's medium-sized saloon, and was also available as a small Coupé, the CLC. One of the first logged issues with the C202 model was found to be inadvertent opening of the bonnet after a minor impact. In those cases the bonnet's hook may be damaged after which the bonnet may open. [R/1996/017] As found on a number of the company's other models in 2012, fuel may leak due to an issue on the fuel filter's plug. A fuel smell may be come apparent, and fuel can leak on the road surface leading to reduced traction. Replacing the filter carried out an easy fix. [R/2011/172 / Ref. P182]

E-Class

The company's large saloon is the E-Class. One issue that was found not long after it's launch was that the wiring running underneath the footrest in the passenger footwell may chafe due to incorrect positioning of the harness resulting in damage. Mercedes recalled the affected cars and made sure to repair the issues. [R/1995/069]

M-Class

The M-Class is Mercedes' large luxury SUV introduced in the 1990s. Known faults of the model include loss of power steering due to a leak in the system that can occur due to a hose clamp that was too large for the actual hose. Whilst the problem was not immediate, models affected built in a period between 1998 and 2002 could lose power steering fluid gradually. Mercedes-Benz recalled the vehicles and fitted a modified clamp. [R/2003/060 / Mercedes-Benz Ref. 1872]

SL-Class

The Mercedes-Benz SL is the company's glamorous sports car. A known issue on a later generation of the model was an issue with the air bag on models built from September 1995 to December 1996. Corrosion may occur in humid conditions, which had resulted in sudden deployment of the air bags. Vehicles with this problem had their air bags replaced [R/2000/142 / Ref. 1844]

A-Class

The A-Class is Mercedes-Benz's small car. The first variants were the A140 and A160, which were well known for failing the 'elk test' held by a Swedish motoring magazine. Mercedes recalled all the models built up to that point and actually halted further production to resolve the issue with a modified suspension and electronic stability control. Mercedes-Benz of course learnt from the problem, newer generations did not suffer the same problems. In 2005 it was found that some later generation variants might suffer from a wiper fracture caused by a production fault. Mercedes-Benz was of course quick to acknowledge and recalled affected vehicles to fit a new wiper arm. [R/2005/140 / Mercedes Ref. P043]

B-Class

Mercedes-Benz B-Class was introduced to fill the market gap above the A-Class as a bigger hatchback. Known faults are limited however recalls were launched for a couple of issues. On models built between September 2014 and the same month of 2015 it was found that the car might cut out. Its so-called propulsion control unit may be providing the wrong information leading to the car's electric power train to cutting. Luckily, the problem could be resolved with a simple software upgrade. [R/2015/231 / SRPC1518]

Vito

The Vito is Mercedes-Benz' small van model. Whilst it was built as a rugged work van, the occasional recall for the model did occur. One of the earlier recalls was announced in 1998 for a selection of vehicles built between 1996 and 1998 on which it was found that the tyre tread might dislodge itself from the tyre's carcase. Where applicable the affected tyres were replaced with new ones. [R/1998/074]

S-Class

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been the company's flagship luxury saloon for many years. Though, over the years the model has been subject to some recalls. In 2007 it was found that on earlier models built between 1999 and 2003 the brake line to the distributor for the front and rear axle may be affected by corrosion, which could lead to reduced braking capability. The company resolved the issue by replacing the pipe. R/2008/00 / [Mercedes-Benz Ref. P097]

How expensive are Mercedes-Benz repairs?

Labour times and part prices vary for each model, but to give you an idea here are some examples.

Car Repair Franchise Dealer estimate Independent Garage estimate ClickMechanic ClickMechanic Saving
Car2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class RepairBattery Replacement Franchise Dealer Est.£165 - £279 Independent Garage Est.£113 - £208 ClickMechanic Est.£113 - £208 Saving27%
Car2004 Mercedes-Benz A-Class RepairFront shock absorbers (pair) replacement Franchise Dealer Est.£368 - £415 Independent Garage Est.£160 - £183 ClickMechanic Est.£158 - £181 Saving56%
Car2009 Mercedes-Benz CLS RepairRear brake calipers (both) replacement Franchise Dealer Est.£448 - £556 Independent Garage Est.£230 - £271 ClickMechanic Est.£229 - £269 Saving50%
Car2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class RepairFront suspension lower arm bushes (one side) replacement Franchise Dealer Est.£212 - £239 Independent Garage Est.£89 - £101 ClickMechanic Est.£88 - £100 Saving58%
Car2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class RepairFront wiper motor replacement Franchise Dealer Est.£226 - £250 Independent Garage Est.£124 - £137 ClickMechanic Est.£123 - £136 Saving45%

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