I have been driving a S320 for the last three years. I bought it new.
I have asked for maintenance every week, for one reason or another.
The main joke has been the low pressure in rignt front wheel. It has lately
been fully fixed. I was 5 miles on the road that I had a red alarm for low
pressure, this time in front left tire.
I carry some sort of repair insurance, which comes to an end in October
I know that repairs by mercedes are rather expensive.
So that I have some choices:
go without the repair insurance Ihave enough trouble, should I pay) because
that option looks very expensive, but in my case it paid for itsel, but it
cannot be renewed.
go and buy a new car. Everybody will laugh at that. Right?
go to the BMW sales office.
I am not sure of having been clear: I paid for a repair insurance, and I
must say that I did not pay a cent when I asked for help from at least two
agents. Of course, I did not pay either in my hometown.
My hometown is Nancy, France.
I asked for help The Lyon 'France) agent on a sunday morning (dead battery)
and the Gstaad agent (Switzerland) (erratic tire low pressure alarm) both
without even mentionning a charge.
I must say that the outside air temp has never been working, that the right
front seat has been blocked for a while. The "radar" whistles if a cat
crosses the street a hundred yards away. And I miss probably a few more.
I would like to inform the Mercedes general manager, because I know that
when the Mercedes people don't like a problem, they just forget to mention
it in their book.
Try Mercedes-Benz France HQ in the first instance.
Now I see why you wanted the HQ in Stuttgart, but I still think you should
try MB France first, unless you have done that already.
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