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Mercedes-Benz S550 Repair & Maintenance Costs

A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your Mercedes-Benz S550

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$1454
Annual Repair Cost
on average
The annual maintenance cost of a Mercedes-Benz S550 is $1,454. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location and shop.

Most Common Mercedes-Benz S550 Problems

Mercedes-Benz S550 vehicles have 8 reported problems.The most commonly reported Mercedes-Benz S550 problem is: HVAC Blower Motor May Fail
The hvac blower MOTOR may fail. this is commonly caused by water entry through the cabin air filter areas during heav...
The camshaft adjuster solenoid (which is related to the variable valve timing system) may fail or timing chain/balanc...

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Group 4
Group 4
Below Average
The Mercedes-Benz S550 Reliability Rating is 1.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 26th out of 30 for luxury fullsize cars. The average annual repair cost is $1,454 which means it has poor ownership costs. The frequency and severity of repairs are both much higher than the average vehicle, which means you can expect more major repairs for the S550.

Mercedes-Benz S550 Reviews

Mercedes-Benz S550 vehicles rate highest in Body and needs improvement in Suspension
Mercedes-Benz S550 (13 Reviews)
Body
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Engine
Exhaust
Heating
Suspension

Most Common Mercedes-Benz S550 Questions

There are 105 related questions for Mercedes-Benz S550 vehicles. RepairPal's professional community answers hundreds of questions each day. Below are the most commonly asked Mercedes-Benz S550 questions.
I fix the heat in the dealer the radio was working and after i pick up the car the radio stopped i told the dealer he...
Inspection and fill?/drain plug to torque converter seems convenient, & sensible approach to replace lost fluids ...
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