Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Yukon, OK
Vehicle: '07 SLK 280; '04 C 320, '01 Honda S 2000, '98 Ford Ranger truck.
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Mercedes-Benz of Okla. City, Okla. City, OK
A good dealer repair service. If you make an appointment, your car will be attended to right on time. This dealer tends to fix things right the first time, and make repairs rapidly. There is a nice waiting room with flat screen TV, magazines, and complimentary soft drinks. Their parts seem to be priced right around list. And, If you are a member of Mercedes Benz Club of America, You will receive a 10% discount, parts and labor. I have never experienced or heard of an event wherein this dealer tried to claim something needed fixing that did not. One problem is that loaner cars are provided only if you bought your car there, and repairs will take longer than three hours. On the bright side, if the problem isn't serious, it probably won't take over three hours. Labor is about $100 USD per hour. And as it is in the Southwestern US, it is a friendly place. While you are waiting, you can take a test drive in that new model you've had you eye on, and be shown pictures of future models.
Basically, a good, honest, and friendly place to get dealer service, if you have car problems in Oklahoma City.