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  1. Hello, newbie here. I recently picked up a 1997 Mercedes Benz 230E and drive it sparingly for perhaps only about one weekend a month. Given that mileage accrual is low, it may take some time before it hits the mechanic’s recommended mileage for the next servicing. That is, it may take about 2 years or even more. The last service was in April 2018. It has still not reached the indicated mileage. My question is: should I send the car for servicing at a frequency based on time lapse since the last servicinginstead of based on mileage accrual? If so, what is the recommended or maximum time I should allow, before bringing the car for its next servicing? I was told the interval should not be more than a year, is this correct?Thank you in advance!
  2. Calling all GLC & C Class owner, If your CarPlay was removed during service, you can come back for RE-Activation the carplay now, it is FOC for the first time, if your CarPlay was done by EleBest.
  3. Hi Bros My W212FL is due for 45,000KM servicing. Wanted to know what are the things I should ask them to check for and replace under warranty? And what are the servicing or parts to only change outside and not C&C. E.g. Air Filter, Aircon Cabin filter, battery, brake pads? Wanted to avoid being chopped by them! Thanks in advance for any advise. Eric
  4. Exciting Speed Haus Promotions! Our excellent Brake Pad change servicing is now giving ATE Brake Pads with Labour at 20% off! ATE Ceramic Brake Pads - Uses innovation fiber technology, which produces a transfer film which protects the disc from excessive wear. - With 95% EU5, original ATE pads surpass the quality and safety of the European ECE-R90 directive. - Providing maximum braking performance at every driving situation. - Low brake dust, noise free, long life and environmentally friendly. - Do not compromise on less safety, our brake service takes just an hour. To top these off we are offering the top engine cooling additive Motul MoCool at only $30 net. With a further 20% off labour to replace your coolant. Motul MoCool - Reduces engine temperature by 15C - Improves thermal exchange and engine cooling system efficiency. - Water pump protection and avoid cavitation. - Anti-corrosion properties even at high temperatures and aging. - Cooler engine means better performance, cool them now. So visit our website, PM or call us now for availability and slot! Let's Cool and Brake 'em...
  5. Hi 1. What is covered under the 15k servicing with C&C? 2. While the 15k is covered under C&C warranty, is there any owner here who prefer to use your own engine oil and other accessories e.g. air filter purchased from local authorized dealer during the 100k or 3 years warranty period for servicing with C&C? 3, What engine oil is used for servicing at C&C? Can I bring my own Shell Helix Synthetic Oil?
  6. Brand New - 4 litre bottle of Mobil 1™ 0W-40 Engine Oil. Fully Synthetic. Drivers you should know how good this oil is and if you don't, read about it by googling this: Mobil 1™ 0W-40 Singapore. Retailing at Mobil Showroom for $120. Selling for $85 cash and carry (negotiable) Contact me @ 98173373
  7. Brand New - 4 litre bottle of Mobil 1™ 0W-40 Engine Oil. Fully Synthetic. This grade is the latest API grade and just launched by Mobil Singapore. Drivers you should know how good this oil is and if you don't, read about it by googling this: Mobil 1™ 0W-40 Singapore. Retailing at Mobil Showroom for $120. Selling for $85 cash and carry Contact me @ 98173373
  8. Hi Guys, I just got a 2008 E200 NGT. Do you know where else I can send my car for servicing besides CnC? Any special equipment required to service NGT mercs? Thanks a lot for advice!