How Windshield Wiper Blades Make for an Exceptional Mercedes-Benz Experience
Benefits of Genuine Mercedes-Benz Wiper Blades
Some car owners like to cut corners when it comes to their service and maintenance. In their mind, if they can save some money by purchasing more generic parts or by getting service from their cousin’s friend who is a mechanic, then it’s well worth it. Mercedes-Benz owners, however, often don’t see things this way, and we don’t either.
Nobody knows your Mercedes-Benz inside and out like a trained Mercedes-Benz technician. And when you’re driving a Mercedes-Benz, you shouldn’t settle for anything less than the best. That goes for everything from the buying experience to the knowledge of your service technician. In fact, it even applies to something as simple as genuine Mercedes-Benz windshield wiper blades, which come with their own benefit over generic options.
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How Long Do Mercedes-Benz Windshield Wipers Last?
For one, you’re going to find that genuine Mercedes-Benz wiper blades last longer from the ones you could buy at any of your typical auto parts store. In fact, they are engineered to last up to 800,000 wiping cycles longer.
Not only that, but they work better for your Mercedes-Benz anyway, and we’re not just saying that. Mercedes-Benz wiper blades are specially designed to flow with the curvature of your car’s windshield with pressure points that apply exactly where needed to get a smooth and effective wipe every single time. A combination of both natural and synthetic rubber is used in the manufacturing process to help ensure their longevity.
Of course, as with any auto part, they will wear down and require replacement. You may have heard that a 6-month period is best when it comes to wiper replacement, but again, your Mercedes-Benz wipers are designed to last longer. Therefore, Mercedes-Benz wiper blades should be replaced every year or 10,000 miles.
From the engine to the wiper blades, your Mercedes-Benz has been engineered differently, and that’s a good thing. To fully enjoy your vehicle, check back to the John Sisson Motors blog to learn more about all the little details that make a Mercedes-Benz a truly exceptional experience.