LOW COST FOR MORE PACKAGE AS MERCEDES-BENZ RE-LAUNCHES SERVICE CONTRACTS
Less truly is more with the new Mercedes-Benz UK Truck Service Contracts. Customers can now get more expertise, peace of mind and control for less money – essential for the current financial climate. Mercedes-Benz has launched its new Truck Service Contracts; a revised and re-priced programme with lower costs for customers.
Service Contracts not only make it easier for customers to manage their finances and avoid unexpected bills, but also ensure that their Mercedes-Benz trucks are maintained to the highest standards by qualified technicians using Mercedes-Benz GenuineParts.
With the new packages, Actros, Axor and Atego vehicles could cost a customer up to 15% less to maintain than before, whilst still giving them all of the benefits and reassurance that come with having their truck looked after by a Mercedes-Benz Dealer.
The new Service Contracts come as: Complete, a fully comprehensive maintenance and repair offer; and Managed Service, which looks after the routine costs such as servicing and inspections, and is therefore ideal for older vehicles or those customers on a reduced budget.
James Ostridge, Service Contracts Manager at Mercedes-Benz UK, said: “We are passionate about using Mercedes-Benz GenuineParts and specialist trained technicians to maintain our vehicles, but also to make this as affordable as we can for as many customers as possible. Therefore we have relaunched our Service Contracts, making the packages better value and with the two options available, there is coverage to suit all our customers.
“With all of our vehicles, the quality and engineering excellence mean we can offer comprehensive coverage at affordable prices. This is especially true for the New Actros, which, due to increased service intervals and development testing, will be even more cost effective for customers to maintain when compared with the current Actros.
“We are delighted to be launching our new Service Contracts and look forward to maintaining even more commercial vehicles in 2012.”