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Mercedes CV servicing costs frozen

04 February 2013 #CV Sector #Logistics #News #Sales #Truck #Van

News from Mercedes:

Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicles is helping to make the lives of its customers easier this year; ensuring they’re protected against the rising cost of vehicle maintenance.

The price of diesel is at the highest it’s ever been in the UK, with the average price at 141.9 in January 2012 compared to 113.7 pence per litre in January 2010 and 132.8 in January 2011. Chances are the cost to fill up your vehicle is not the only impact inflation will have on your total running costs.

The upkeep of your vehicle is now one less thing to worry about.

Throughout 2013, Mercedes-Benz will not be implementing any price increases on service contracts across its range of trucks, vans and Fuso Canter vehicles ensuring all customers will be paying the same as 2012.

With a Mercedes-Benz Service Contract, customers are left with peace of mind in the knowledge their vehicle is being maintained to the highest standards, by qualified technicians using Mercedes-Benz GenuineParts – all at an affordable rate.

James Ostridge, Service Contracts Manager, Mercedes-Benz UK, said: “Our vehicles run to their ideal performance when they are maintained by our trained, specialist technicians and fitted with Mercedes-Benz GenuineParts – designed in accordance with the vehicle specification.

“We are passionate about making our offering affordable for as many customers as possible, and have therefore redesigned our offering to make the packages better value and make the most of the quality and engineering that go into our vehicles.”