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For choosy consumers with refined taste Mercedes automobiles feature prestigious looks and quality engineering. The unique look of a refined Mercedes is the embodiment of engineering proficiency, form and power. Would it be smart to shell out a lot on a fine, luxurious vehicle, only to save pennies on new aftermarket or OEM components? Comfort-focused cars like the plush Mercedes C320 are designed to be used with care and attention and then serviced and maintained. To maintain the comfort and luxury you invested in with your Mercedes C320, it's vital to buy only the top names in OEM and aftermarket parts. The Mercedes you chose was created with care and expertise; it ought to get replacement components of a similar top level of value. Accidents can sometimes be a risk factor operating a car or truck, but drivers can mitigate the odds of causing a disastrous accident by installing and maintaining the safety components like signal lights or brakes. Mercedes manufactures safe cars, but it's the owner's job to establish that all the needed safety components are present and working. Mercedes C320 Brakes must be routinely inspected as they wear out over time and ought to be of top concern for normal servicing. Though your vehicle's brakes decrease in performance in water, newer Mercedes C320 Brakes compensate quickly. Every part of your Mercedes C320 Brakes is important to have effective braking; if any element is in need of repair, it's vital to repair or replace it immediately using dependable OEM or replacement parts. Sometimes the most difficult thing about repairing a vehicle is finding a dependable source for outstanding parts. Each Mercedes already makes a statement ... make it purely yours with our selection of stylish parts and accessories. To get unbeatable performance out of your car or truck, remember that quality parts are part of outstanding performance - PartsGeek.com sells those parts.
We stock these Brakes brands for the Mercedes C320: CentricProntoBaloEBCZimmermannWagnerRaybestosAPITRQDynamic Friction
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The C320 feels just like you might expect a genuine Mercedes-Benz should feel. Its steering, braking, and acceleration is solid and deliberate, two qualities that have long characterized Mercedes. The car's strongest attributes are its V-6 engine and standard five-speed manu-matic transmission. The Mercedes TouchShift gearbox requires only a flick of the wrist to downshift or upshift, while most other manu-matics make you move the gear lever into a separate gate before changing gears. Even if you don't shift the C320 manually, all you have to do is slam down on the accelerator, and this powertrain delivers.
Opinions differ regarding the chassis and the suspension. Some praise its athletic handling, while others express disappointment that the ride isn't as plush as anticipated, due to the tangible presence of the rough pavement below the wheels. Most complaints are simply nitpicking that the vehicle is merely competent in a bland sort of way, when they expected something more exciting. The C320's interior, however, does leave much to be desired, from the design of the primary gauges and HVAC controls to the seating comfort to the quality of the materials. For every person who emerged refreshed from the C320 after 600 miles, there were two more who would complain the front seats were hard and flat.
The ABS control module is a microprocessor that runs diagnostic checks of a vehicle's antilock braking system and processes information from wheel-speed sensors and the hydraulic brake system to determine when to release braking pressure at a wheel that's about to lock up and start skidding. Antilock brakes have been available since the 1980s and are standard on all 2012 model-year and later vehicles because they're an integral part of electronic stability control, which has been required since 2012. Antilock systems prevent skids when braking, and stability control intervenes to prevent skids even when the brakes aren't applied.
If the ABS warning light is illuminated while driving, it is a signal that something has gone wrong, probably with either your control module or wheel sensor. The brakes should still operate normally when the warning light is on, but the antilock function will be suspended. On some vehicles, braking ability will be reduced if the antilock system malfunctions, and stability and traction control might also be disabled. As the ABS control modulator may fail due to dirty brake fluid, a complete brake flush is recommended every two years as a preventative measure.
What is the cost of a complete brake flush?
Expect to pay between $73 and $104 for a brake fluid flush. The cost of labor will make up most of the cost, with the brake fluid itself relatively inexpensive.
Some 2010 Mercedes C-Class vehicles had braking issues. They may not have been fitted with the correct-specification brake disc, which in extreme cases could mean reduced brake efficiency in the event of an emergency stop.
What is the Mercedes C320 Brakes replacement cost?
At PartsGeek, brake rotors for the Mercedes C320 start at $19.08 and go up to $42.08. Brake pads range from $19.08 to $48.48. Brake calipers will run you from $46.33 to $120.48.
Brakes available for the following Mercedes C320 years: 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01. This part is also sometimes called Mercedes C320 Brake. We stock brakes parts for most Mercedes models including E320, C230, E350, ML350, C300, S550, GL450, ML320, S500, C240, S430, GLK350, SL500, C280, 300D, E55 AMG, S63 AMG, Sprinter 2500, CLK320, E500, ML500, ML430, R350, CLS550, CLA250, E63 AMG, E550, SLK230, 300SD, E430, 300E, CLK500, 300TD, C63 AMG, GL550, C250, E300, 190E, 560SL and S320.