A Guide to Multi-Point Inspections for Orange County Drivers

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From the day you drove your Mercedes-Benz vehicle home, it has delivered high-performance and an engaging driving experience. Following regular maintenance intervals ensures that every system is functioning properly, and helps retain that new-vehicle feel for years to come. For model year 2009 and newer, Mercedes-Benz vehicles should have a multi-point inspection every 10,000 miles or every 12 months – whichever occurs first. Newport Beach drivers trust Fletcher Jones Motorcars Newport Beach for their Mercedes-Benz multi-point inspections, thanks to a skilled staff, quick service, and appointments that work around your busy schedule.

Components of a Multi-Point Inspection

To understand the importance of a multi-point inspection, it helps to know what it entails. Your Mercedes-Benz Certified Technician will consult the manual for your specific vehicle, and make any necessary recommendations for checks unique to your vehicle. Every multi-point inspection includes the following:

  • Engine oil level
  • Coolant level
  • Brake system fluid level
  • Windshield washing system
  • Tire pressure check
  • Tire rotation*

Normal vs. Severe Operating Conditions

The 10,000-mile/12-month interval recommendation (for model year 2009 and newer) is for vehicles that operate under normal conditions. If your vehicle operates under severe conditions, you’ll likely need more frequent inspections and replacements for interior filters, spark plugs, tires, coolant, and more. Discuss your typical operating conditions with your Mercedes-Benz technician, who can determine if you should have a multi-point inspection performed on a more frequent basis.

Schedule Your Multi-Point Inspection Today!

If it’s time for your Mercedes-Benz vehicle to be seen for a multi-point inspection, visit the service center at Fletcher Jones Motorcars Newport Beach near Costa Mesa! Fully staffed by Mercedes-Benz Certified Technicians, our service team will work dedicatedly to ensure your vehicle continues to operate as the high-performance machine it was designed to be. Give us a call at (949) 718-3200, or schedule service online today!

*In accordance with or as otherwise recommended by your tire manufacturer’s instructions. Rotation applies only to vehicles without staggered-width tires. Vehicles with staggered-width tires require inspection instead of rotation. Tires should be rotated/inspected at least once between each service visit. See your Service Manager for details regarding your vehicle’s tires.