If you’re looking for premium quality Mercedes repair in Los Angeles, then your search is over. We are true Mercedes specialists. Automed Euro center is equipped with stellar diagnostic equipment to service, repair or maintain your late-model Mercedes-Benz vehicle. German service background and investment in training allows us to offer a cost-effective alternative to dealership service. Staff at our repair shop are ASE-certified, trained, and most importantly, they truly care about our customers.

We back our repairs with a 2-year/24,000 miles warranty, providing you with coverage on both parts and labor. We’ll make sure your Mercedes performance is restored, maintained, or improved after a visit with us!



The mechanics at Automed Euro have decades of experience working with Mercedes-Benz models including: C300, E300, S600, CLA250, E550, AMG CL63 S, GLA250, GLE350, AMG GLE43, AMG GLS63, AMG G65, AMG SLC43, AMG SL63, AMG C43, S550, AMG S63, AMG CLA45, CLS440, AMG GT, AMG GLA45, AMG GLE63, GLS450, G550, E350, SL450, AMG SL65, AMG C63, S550e, AMG S65, E400, CLS550, AMG GT S, GLC300, GLE400, GLS550, AMG G63, SLC300, and SL550.

Pro-Level Mercedes Repair in West Los Angeles

Our professionals cover all of your Mercedes-Benz service needs, from scheduled maintenance to engine and transmission rebuilding. Automed Euro Mercedes experts take the time to explain what we’re doing, what’s wrong with the vehicle, how long it’ll take, and how much it’ll cost.

Why Choose Automed Euro, Mercedes Repair Center in West Los Angeles?

At our independent Mercedes service center, car owners will notice all the trained mechanics and diagnostic equipment found at auto dealerships, without the cost of the dealerships overhead. Our clients bring their vehicles to us for everything from routine interval maintenance like oil changes to preventive services like inspections and belt replacements and major maintenance or repairs. For the very best Mercedes-Benz service in West Los Angeles, visit Automed Euro.

• Certified Mercedes-Benz mechanics

• Save up to 50% compared to dealership

• Dealer-level car diagnostic

• Bosch Certified Service Center

• We use OEM parts and lube

• ASE-certified staff with 30 years of experience

• Family-owned and operated Business

• Excellent reputation, check out our Yelp reviews

• Waiting area with free Wi-Fi and coffee

• Pick-up and drop-off service.

Top Shelf Mercedes Benz Repair West Los Angeles – (424) 353-0024

Have questions about setting up an auto service appointment at our Mercedes-Benz repair department? Contact us today and ask to speak with one of our car experts. We are here for you every step of the way!

Mercedes-Benz Maintenance FAQs

Mercedes engines are designed to run on premium unleaded gasoline (with an octane level of at least 91) for high performance, low emissions, and good fuel economy. The manufacturer recommends only using high-quality gasoline containing additives that can prevent the build-up of carbon deposits, which can compromise your car’s performance.

While most mechanics swear by the 3,000-7,000 mile or 3-month oil-change rule, this may or may not be true of your Mercedes. Our first advice is to check your vehicle’s manual. This will provide you with the most accurate information, especially for relatively new models. Conversely, however, the manual provides little guidance regarding your vehicle’s age, wear, and history. This more in-depth diagnosis demands an expert’s eye. If you are unsure, then call your Mercedes-Benz auto repair service right away for the best advice.

Your brake pad’s working life relies upon your typical driving routine and, of course, the operating environment. Based upon severe to moderate usage, brake pads are engineered to last through 20,000 to 25,000 miles. Factors that hugely reduce its life are frequently braking, braking at high-speed, temperature elevation and driving on uneven areas or rocky terrain. On average, brake pads may provide 40k to 60k miles of pad life in normal driving conditions.

Although there may be several reasons why your Mercedes-Benz won’t start, the most apparent reason may be your car’s battery. If the lights are left on, then it’s likely that the charge is drained. One early warning signal of a low charge is if it takes a while to start your Benz when you turn the key. There may be other causes why your car or truck won’t start, so it’s best to consult a certified Mercedes-Benz specialist.

A clean fuel filter is crucial for hassle-free and optimal engine performance. Always consult your Mercedes-Benz mechanic or automakers’ manual, but fuel filters typically last between 20,000 to 40,000 miles.