What's the Difference Between Mercedes-Benz Service A and Service B?

Maintenance Schedules
The following charts detail required service times for model year 2010 and newer Mercedes-Benz vehicles. Schedule A outlines services performed after 10,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first. Schedule B shows services performed after the next 10,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first.

Certain Mercedes vehicles, notably those made in 2015, diesels, those with V12 engines, and those produced by AMG, have unique service needs. Make sure to inform your service advisor if you have such a vehicle and follow their instructions for maintaining it.
Schedule A) 10,000-Miles Required Maintenance Schedule
The A Service first visit is at approximately 10,000 miles or 1 year. Then it is approximately every 20,000 miles or 2 years. This is for model year 2009 and newer. Please see your service advisor for all 2015 Mercedes Benz A/B service specifics.

That means you will need a Service A at approximately 10,000, 30,000, 50,000, 70,000, 90,000, miles (etc.). The timeframe will depend on how often and far you drive. The exact time is determined by the vehicle's Flexible Service System.
  • Replacing the vehicle's oil filter and synthetic motor oil
  • Checking all fluid levels and correcting them as recommended by the factory
  • Checking and correcting tire pressure
  • Inspecting the brakes for component problems
  • Resetting the counter for the next Service A visit
In performing Service A, Mercedes-Benz is careful to take into account your vehicle's specific features. We identify its model and production year, obtain the relevant service sheet, and service it accordingly.

Schedule B) 20,000-Miles Required Maintenance Schedule
The B Service first visit is at approximately 20,000 miles or 1 year after the previous service. Then it is typically every 20,000 miles or 2 years (approximately). This is for model year 2009 and newer. Please see service advisor for all 2015 Mercedes Benz A/B service specifics.

The need for Service B, like that for Service A, varies with the vehicle's specifics and is not time dependent. You will need a Service B at approximately 20,000, 40,000, 60,000, 80,000, 100,000 miles (etc.). The exact time is determined by the vehicle's Flexible Service System.
  • Replacing the oil filter, synthetic motor oil, and combination or cabin dust filter
  • Inspecting brakes for component problems
  • Inspecting and correcting tire pressure
  • Checking fluid levels and modifying them according to the manufacturer's instructions
  • Resetting the counter for the following Service B visit

In performing Service B, Mercedes-Benz is careful to take into account your vehicle's specific features. We identify its model and production year, obtain the relevant service sheet, and service it accordingly.

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