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MERCEDES-BENZ TIRE PSI GUIDE

If you need to adjust your Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 tire psi in Oak Park, you may realize that you’re not sure what it should be set at. While many Mercedes-Benz models have a tire pressure monitor, it’s still good to know where your tire pressure should be. Find out more about Mercedes-Benz tire psi settings, and ranges for entry-level models below with the Mercedes-Benz of Chicago tire center!

Mercedes-Benz Tire PSI: Why Does it Differ?

The Mercedes-Benz C 300 tire psi should be different than other models, like the GLE SUV. Why? Different vehicle weights, tire sizes, and models all impact the recommended Mercedes-Benz tire psi. You can find the exact psi ranges for your Mercedes-Benz on the inside of the fuel filler cap, or reference the base model recommendations below:

Mercedes-Benz SUV PSI Ranges

GLA SUV

  • Front Tire Pressure- 43 to 47 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 43 to 47 psi

GLB SUV

  • Front Tire Pressure- 43 to 47 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 43 to 47 psi

GLC SUV

  • Front Tire Pressure- 35 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 42 psi

GLE SUV

  • Front Tire Pressure- 31 to 38 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 39 to 48 psi

GLS SUV

  • Front Tire Pressure- 35 to 41 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 43 to 44 psi

Mercedes-Benz Sedan PSI Ranges

A-Class Sedan

  • Front Tire Pressure- 39 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 39 psi

C-Class Sedan

  • Front Tire Pressure- 38 to 40 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 44 to 47 psi

E-Class Sedan 

  • Front Tire Pressure- 33 to 39 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 38 to 46 psi

S-Class Sedan

  • Front Tire Pressure- 36 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 39 psi

Mercedes-Benz Coupe PSI Ranges

AMG® GT Coupe

  • Front Tire Pressure- 36 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 39 psi

CLA Coupe

  • Front tires- 39 psi
  • Rear Tires- 39 psi

CLS Coupe

  • Front Tire Pressure- 40 to 42 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 47 to 49 psi

Mercedes-Benz Van PSI Ranges

Metris Van

  • Front Tire Pressure- 44 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 44 psi 

Sprinter Van

  • Front Tire Pressure- 46 psi
  • Rear Tire Pressure- 70 psi

Reasons to Maintain the Ideal Mercedes-Benz Tire PSI

While it’s a small task, it’s still not uncommon to put off adjusting your Mercedes-Benz C 300 tire psi. Unfortunately, ignoring the warning from your tire pressure monitoring system can lead to larger issues that impact both performance and safety, such as:

Experience World-Class Tire Care Near Union City

At Mercedes-Benz of Chicago, we’re proud to provide high-quality service near Elmwood Park and Wilmette. From helping you achieve the right Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 tire psi to performing any needed tire repairs and maintenance, you can count on us to care for your vehicle as if it were your own. Reach out to us today to schedule your tire pressure check!

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