Routine vehicle maintenance will keep your Mercedes-Benz car or SUV on the road for a long time; neglecting this maintenance, on the other hand, is the fastest route to the junkyard. But why is routine vehicle maintenance so important?
Changing your oil regularly not only keeps your Mercedes driving as efficiently as it was designed to, it also keeps your engine from overheating. Oil provides lubrication for dozens of crucial engine parts and removes dirt and sludge from the engine.
Your front and rear tires do not wear evenly. By rotating them every time you change your oil, you will ensure that, over time, they wear the same.
By servicing your vehicle at a dealership like Mercedes-Benz of Centerville, you can make sure a certified technician is inspecting more than just your oil filter and tires. Our technicians perform all kinds of maintenance and will recommend when you need each type done, so you don’t have to keep track of it on your own. Some of the components our mechanics inspect at each visit include the brakes, the battery, the engine, the transmission, the tire pressure, and the fluid levels. They’ll be able to tell you if it’s time for new tires, new windshield wipers, new spark plugs, or a new air filter.
For a team of technicians ready to keep your car on the road for all the miles ahead, come see us at Mercedes-Benz of Centerville.
Have you ever wanted to cruise behind the wheel of a vehicle belonging to the luxury class, with their upscale interiors, advanced technology, and unparalleled style? Everyone has dreamt of driving a high-end ride and impressing passersby at least once. Mercedes-Benz is a brand well-known for its premium style, but its reasonable price tag make owning a luxury vehicle a more viable option for middle-class buyers.
So what are you waiting for? Affordable luxury cars can be yours when you shop at Mercedes-Benz. You’ll get all the sophisticated design, interior comfort, tech features, and the solid reputation of owning a premium vehicle without the high costs. Come to Mercedes-Benz of Centerville today to see our inventory of Mercedes-Benz vehicles for yourself.
Did you know stuffing lychee fruit with blueberries makes them look like eyeballs? Try putting them in cherry punch. You can also put “fingernails” on baby carrots on the veggie tray, use poison labels on cups and containers, or use a dried, hollowed-out pumpkin as a punch bowl.
The Victorian era has a distinctly eerie feel to it, making it perfect for Halloween. Use cameo frames for creepy pictures, display elegant “spellbooks” prominently, and don’t shy away from Victorian-inspired platters and candle holders.
You can’t go wrong with this tried-and-true classic. Carve several pumpkins with a variety of spooky faces and set them around the house with fake, electric candles for a fun but safe Halloween decoration.
Can you come up with any Halloween party ideas of your own? When it comes to DIY decorations, the sky is the limit. We at Mercedes-Benz of Centerville can’t way to see what our friends and family do this year!
Nothing is more rewarding than a juicy steak at the end of a long week. That’s why we at Mercedes-Benz of Centerville have created a post on the top steakhouses in the Centerville area. Offering some of the finest cuisine in the region, the following locations are among our favorites.
First, check out the Oakwood Club. Established in 1962, this restaurant offers some of the best food and service around. All of the meat is carefully selected, including the certified and aged Angus beef. Seafood is flown-in to ensure freshness, while crisp herbs and other produce come from the restaurant garden. In addition to a fine wine list, the filet mignon, prime rib, and calf liver are among the top dishes.
Next, visit the Pine Club. Named one of the World’s Ten Greatest Traditional Dining Institutions in 2015 by the New York Times, the Pine Club is unrivaled. In operation since 1947, favorite dishes include shrimp and oysters, filet mignon, porterhouse, and the broiled veal chop. Mouthwatering dishes can be paired with truly exquisite wine from the wine list as well.
Two other restaurants in the area to visit are Paragon and Carvers. Paragon was created in 1978, and it has fresh cut filets and strip steaks every day. The Paragon Twin Filets are a signature dish, but you can also get pork and lamb loin, among other things. Carvers has a great lounge to relax in with friends, though you can only find some items on the full menu. The grilled Denmark Brie is a memorable appetizer, while tasty sauces pair well with any cut.
These are just some of the many great steakhouses in the area. Whether you visit one or visit them all, you’re bound to have a satisfying meal.