Seattle, WA Mercedes Service and Repair

When they require the best Mercedes service, Seattle residents turn to EuroCar Service. We provide Mercedes repair and service to vehicle owners throughout Seattle and the surrounding cities. Our trained and skilled Mercedes experts can handle any European auto repair you would expect at a Mercedes dealership, and your Mercedes warranty will remain valid.

Known as the most technically advanced vehicle on the globe, Mercedes has built a reputation for excellence. Here at our auto repair shop, we make sure your beloved vehicle receives the best care possible. Our Mercedes service in Seattle includes:

The next time you need Mercedes repair, we invite you to try EuroCar Service. You won’t be disappointed. With over 20+ years of experience in the auto industry, our technicians are highly qualified, accurate, and professional. We are dedicated to ensuring your appointment for Mercedes service in our Seattle facility is as convenient as possible. For example, we offer free loaner vehicles to all our clients. We also will thoroughly wash your vehicle before returning it to you. Our goal is for your visit to EuroCar Service to be pleasant, convenient, and hassle-free. Be sure to take a look at our auto repair coupons we are offering.

It doesn’t matter what auto repair service your Seattle vehicle requires, for you can count on us to handle it. Since our opening in 1981, we have specialized in servicing and repairing European vehicles. Please visit our Mercedes service shop in Seattle the next time your Mercedes needs attention. Schedule an appointment online, or call us at 206-527-8828.

Mercedes Service News


Are you searching for Mercedes repair near you? If you’re in Seattle, consider EuroCar Service. We’re a cut above your standard garage, and can provide quality expertise about your Mercedes at a price point lower than your local dealership. Our service area is clean and expansive, with twelve separate bays to service your Mercedes or Read more…


The cost for a Mercedes B Service ranges more widely than the cost for an A Service. You can expect to pay anywhere from $380 to more than $700 depending largely on the model and model year of your car, as well as the necessity of replacement parts. The service includes a variety of maintenance Read more…

mercedes b service

On average, a Mercedes A Service can cost anywhere from $210 to upward of $315 depending on which service provider you choose. This price includes labor and parts. No matter what, you can expect to spend a couple hundred dollars, which is a normal and expected maintenance cost for a luxury automobile like a Mercedes. Read more…


If you’re a BMW owner, you’ve probably come across the question of whether you should get Mercedes A or Mercedes B service for your car. Just so you know, Mercedes A service should take place whenever your car hits either 10,000 miles or 1 year. (After that, it’ll be every 20,000 miles or 2 years.) Read more…


Motorauthority.com has used a spy cam to tease photos of the next update to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Traditionally, Mercedes releases a refresh to their models midway through their lifecycles. As the C-Class was released in 2015, this would mean a new refresh unveiling in 2019. Cosmetic changes to the C-Class mostly appear minor so far. Read more…


With growing environmental concerns at the forefront of their minds, many drivers are looking to car- and ride-sharing as the way of the future. Now, Mercedes-Benz Vans is testing new technology which will make ride-sharing even easier, using state of the art science that wasn’t possible in previous years. They’re using an on-demand mobility service Read more…


To celebrate the 24 hour race at Spa-Francorchamps, Mercedes-AMG is unveiling their latest race car: the Mercedes-AMG GT4. The GT3 series, which debuted in 2010, heralded unprecedented success for the Affalterbach-based brand. Now, the AMG family is growing, with the introduction in 2017 to the Customer Racing Teams of the AMG GT4. “The GT4 segment Read more…


Mercedes-AMG motorsport’s WeatherTech racing team, including co-drivers Cooper MacNeil and Gunnar Jeannette, finished a difficult race at the Detroit Grand Prix. Though they were aiming for a top five spot, they took the flag 12th, after two other Mercedes-AMG teams retired the race early. Jeanette, driving car #50, was ranked as high as seventh in Read more…