Mercedes Benz is holding an Approved Used event from the 10th - 18th October 2009 with a wide selection of models available from across the range, from the Mercedes Benz A-Class to the Mercedes Benz S-Class. Any customer who purchases a Mercedes Benz Approved Used vehicle during this time will benefit from a complimentary 2 year service plan.
The complimentary service plan is based on 2 years or 24,000 miles, which ever comes first and must be carried out at a Mercedes Benz Official Workshop. The plan includes all routine maintenance recommended in the service schedule for the vehicle, including labour, parts and lubricants but excludes the annual MOT test fee for cars over 3 years old.
The service plan is available on all Mercedes Benz models, purchased between 10th - 18th October and delivered before the end of the month, with the exception of AMG models and the Mercedes Benz Viano.
Phil Parry, Mercedes Benz Sales Development Manager said: "The Approved Used scheme enables customers to purchase a used Mercedes Benz with the reassurance that the vehicle has been fully prepared by Mercedes Benz. Nobody can prepare a Mercedes Benz vehicle like Mercedes Benz."
Every Mercedes Benz Approved Used vehicle goes through a full multi-point check carried out by a Mercedes Benz technician and a full mileage and vehicle history check are carried out as well. There is a 12 month unlimited mileage warranty with all Mercedes Benz Approved Used vehicles and customers are offered a 30 day, 1000 mile exchange policy to ensure that every customer is fully satisfied with their Approved Used purchase.
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