If your Mercedes is pulling to one side or if its steering wheel isn’t center, it may need an alignment.
Many factors, such as potholes, curbs and everyday use, can cause tires to go out of alignment.
There are alignment requirements — caster, camber and toe — that make sure your car travels straight and is able to maintain control.
Another thing to consider when getting your Mercedes alignment done, depending on the year, make and model, you may need to make sure the shop can recalibrate (Automatic Driver Assist System (ADAS). This has to do with lane assist and vehicle avoidance systems. Since the system works with the steering components, this system may need to be recalibrated.
How much does a Mercedes wheel alignment cost?
A standard tire alignment can cost between $95 and $250 for a Mercedes. This doesn’t include taxes and fees. The cost can depend on what make and model the Mercedes is, what special tools are required, and what adjustments need to be made that require special kits.
What can throw out your tire alignment?
The wheel alignment of a Mercedes may be impacted by curbs, potholes and everyday use. Tie rod ends, ball joints and other parts affect it, as well.
Is a cheap Mercedes alignment good?
High end European vehicles, such as Mercedes, require the right alignment equipment to calibrate the steering system correctly. It takes knowledge and special tools to make sure it’s done right. Sometimes your budget alignment place may not be the best for your vehicle.