Which Tires Are Best for My Mercedes-Benz?
The best tire brand for your Mercedes-Benz will depend on the specific model you drive, as well as your performance expectations in River Forest. Learn more about the tire brands we offer, below:
Bridgestone, Michelin, Continental, and Dunlop run the gamut for performance needs, from high-performance to everyday touring. We typically recommend these tires to Wilmette drivers looking for a good all-season tire with strong tread.
General Tire is one of the best tire brands for SUV drivers in Elmhurst. They’re a budget-friendly choice that offers plenty of bang for your buck, with the Grabber™ Arctic model being a particularly good choice for winter driving.
Pirelli and Michelin come highly recommended if you’re searching for a high-performance tire to equip your Mercedes-AMG® model. You can anticipate excellent traction, heightened responsiveness, and precision handling with these tire brands.
Mercedes-Benz Tire Maintenance
At Mercedes-Benz of Chicago, we offer a wide range of tire maintenance services. Whether you need your tires balanced, wheels aligned, or help with tire sizes, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the tire and wheel service options you can expect when you choose an Authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer:
Better yet, you can enjoy money-saving service specials and convenient service scheduling. To schedule a reservation with our Mercedes-Benz service center, serving Chicago and beyond, call (312) 628-4444 or schedule your service reservation online today.
*Services and pricing may vary due to your driving habits, mileage, and local environment conditions. Please
refer to your maintenance booklet for additional details and general guidelines for your vehicle’s year and
24-Month Nationwide Road Hazard Protection
The Road Hazard Protection program keeps you and your vehicle safeguarded. In the first 12 months of Road Hazard Tire Protection, the replacement cost of the original tire is covered 100%. A maximum of $550 per tire will be put toward the replacement costs of tires purchased after March 14, 2014. During the second 12 months, coverage is 50% of replacement cost, not to exceed the original purchase price of the tire.
Per the program, customers are responsible for any charges over the 50% or 100% adjustment, such a sales tax, balancing, disposal fee, etc. If a covered tire is damaged due to a road hazard, we’ll simply replace it, saving you time and money on repair service. The replacement-only policy is retroactive, and includes eligible tires sold after March 14, 2014.
Covered tire(s) damaged due to a road hazard are replaced rather than repaired. The replacement only policy is retroactive, including eligible tires sold subsequent to March 14, 2014.