The Cost Difference

European Accents believes in fair and honest pricing when it comes to Mercedes repair and maintenance. Why pay more for the same OEM parts and labor at the dealership when you can save money by bringing your Mercedes to us? Take a look at how other Mercedes owners are saving money by avoiding their local dealerships.

2008 S550 AMG
Replaced Front Brake Pads and Rotors
Our Cost:  $560
Dealer Cost:  $770


2004 S55 AMG
Repaired Gear Selector Box
Our Cost: $500
Dealer Cost: $1500


1999 E300 Diesel

Replaced all glow plugs. Two plugs were seized in the cylinder head. Dealer removes the cylinder head to repair.  We can remove seized plugs without removing the cylinder head  passing on substantial savings.
Our Cost:  $700
Dealer Cost:  $2000 Plus


2001 C240

Required 100k Service Included Replacing All Filter, Fluids and Spark Plugs
Our Cost:  $800
Dealer Cost:  $1200


1995 E320
Required Transmission Replacement With Used Unit We Provided ….
Our Cost:  $1100
Dealer Cost: $3000 plus (dealer will not use used parts)


1969 280SL
Required Pointless Ignition Conversion Distributor Upgrade and Water Pump Replacement 
Our Cost:  $980
Dealer Cost:  $1750


1973 450SL
Required Complete Tune Up With Ignition Wire Replacement
Our Cost:  $600
Dealer Cost: $1000


1993 300SD
Required A/C Evaporator Replacement 
Our Cost:  $2500
Dealer Cost:  $3300


2002 E320 Wagon

Required Water Pump Replacement
Our Cost:  $550
Dealer Cost:  $710


2004 SL500
Required Active Body Control Suspension Pump Replacement
Our Cost:  $2450
Dealer Cost:  $2950
1997 E420
Required Radiator Replacement
Our Cost: $500 
Dealer Cost: $675


1995 E320
Required Front/Rear Brake Pads and Front/Rear Rotor Replacement
Our Cost:  $720   
Dealer Cost:  $925


2005 C230
Required Air Mass Meter Replacement
Our Cost:  $505
Dealer Cost:  $650


2002 S500
Required Air Strut Replacement Right Front
Our Cost:  $850
Dealer Cost:  $1500


2001 S600
Required Coil Pack Replacement
Our Cost:  $1400
Dealer Cost:  $1780

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