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Hi,<br> <br> Is this really true? When you lease a vehicle from a dealer, the maintenance for the car is included. You do not need to pay anything? Oil change, brakes etc. At what point does the car need to be serviced?<br> <br> Can anybody post their experience with this?<br> <br> Thanks<br>
 

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If you buy/lease a new MB, the warranty is 4yrs or 50K miles, whichever comes first. During that time, service is free AS INDICATED BY THE SERVICE INDICATOR (the FSS) - this would include oil/filter change, ventilation filter change, and some other items. Tire balance and alignment is free for 1yr or 12K miles, tire rotation is not free but some dealers will do it for free. It all depends on what the FSS indicates. Any service out of the FSS indicated will be on you, even if done within the 4yr/50K mile time.
 

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Unlike Audi, and BMW, BRAKES/Rotors, and pads are NOT covered under regular MB maintainance..!! For the 1yr/12k if they squeak, or if they worp from heat or something they will probably be replaced under warranty. By the way front and rear pads average $500.00 installed by the dealer. Add rotors to that and it is $1000.00 give or take a few $$. I for one think that is BS and MB of all companies should include everything such as brakes in their 'all inclusive warranty'. I have spoken to MBUSA and not much notice was taken, too bad...GOOD LUCK..
 
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