- The 2019 Summer Care Camp offers 25 percent rebate on select parts
- The customers can avail a ’Quick and Clean’ combo pack and Mercedes-Benz AC Spa treatment
- The 2018 Summer Care Camp saw approx. 6500 customers
Mercedes Benz India has announced an exclusive ‘Summer Care Camp 2019’ for its discerning customers to mark 25 years of the company in the country. The Summer Care Camp is effective from 15-April to 15-May, 2019 across all Mercedes- Benz service outlets. The company is offering 25 percent rebate on select parts for periodic maintenance as a patronage to customers for over 5 years. In addition, all the existing customers can avail a ’Quick and Clean’ combo pack and Mercedes-Benz AC Spa treatment at an attractive price.
Speaking on the roll-out of this initiative, Martin Schwenk, Managing Director and CEO, Mercedes-Benz India said, “Indian seasons can get quite extreme, especially the summers, which are quite intense and needs to take all precautionary measures to ensure the optimal functioning of the vehicle. We are back with our immensely popular Summer Service Camp which ensures the vehicle performs optimally under harsh weather conditions, and the customers can enjoy their summer holidays and road trips with complete peace of mind. It is our way of reinstating our commitment of offering seamless services as the most preferred luxury car manufacturer.” The 2018 Summer Care Camp saw approx. 6500 customers and with 2019 Summer Service Camp, Mercedes-Benz targets to reach out to more than 7000 customers across markets.
In the Summer Camp, there will be a comprehensive free of charge check-up of the car’s electronics systems, testing of the air-conditioning function and also the interior filters. There will also be a complimentary top-up of the AC refrigerant, while Tires, Brakes, Fluid Levels and all electronic devices will be checked as well. For those asking, Mercedes-Benz vehicles with automatic AC gradually attain a comfortable 22 degree Celsius cabin temperature within 10 to 15 mins from the time the Air Conditioner is turned on. The company recommends the Air conditioners to be used in ‘Auto’ mode for optimal cooling and comfort.