Due to the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, it has been impossible to go about business the way we at Mercedes-Benz of Salem have used to since 1962, but that doesn’t mean we can’t find ways to help you get into the Mercedes-Benz vehicle of your choice. We are working hard to accommodate the unique needs of people during social distancing and have set up a few systems to make sure you get the service you deserve and expect.
Rest assured that Mercedes-Benz of Salem has taken all necessary precautions to do its part in stopping the spread of Coronavirus. The rate of infection can be slowed and eventually stopped thanks to car dealerships and all businesses adapting to the need for social distancing, improved cleaning habits, and voluntary isolation.
Social Distancing affects everyone differently, and for some, that means the desire to go outside, especially as it gets warmer outside increases. While gatherings are prohibited, and state parks are closed according to the executive order from Governor Brown, there has not been one ordering the closure of local parks. If that changes, please stay home and on your own property. Until that time, maintaining social distance of 6 feet or greater is possible in large parks like the following. Read on to learn more about these parks!
The legendary Olympic gold medalist Nino Schurter may have been known for traveling across the countryside on two wheels and without an engine, but this commercial shows that the Swiss Cyclist loves four-wheel vehicles too.
2020 Mercedes-Benz Metris Cargo Van Cargo Space
For years, the public has only been able to get their hands on one main Mercedes-Benz commercial van, the Sprinter. While the Sprinter is well-loved and well-known, it may not be the right size. In the 2018 model year, Mercedes-Benz rolled out the goldilocks van, the Metris. Sized between a Minivan and the Sprinter, the Metris fills in a part of the market that isn’t really reached by other automakers.Read the rest of this entry
2020 Mercedes-Benz Metris Van Trim Levels
Trying to explain the Mercedes-Benz large van series can get a bit complicated. There are so many different versions of everything that it can be hard to keep track of everything, but here we will explain every different trim level or equipment version as simple as possible. Read on to learn more.Read the rest of this entry
2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Seating Space
When you really need to take a lot of people on the road, and a regular minivan just isn’t big enough, one of the best places to look is the Mercedes-Benz commercial lineup of large vans. Mercedes-Benz makes two different models of large vans, the Metris and the Sprinter. The Sprinter is the larger of the two, and it is sold in passenger, cargo, crew van, and cab chassis formats. If it isn’t already obvious, the passenger van is equipped with multiple rows of seats behind the driver’s seat row and has windows for passengers to see out. All other versions have either just one back row of seats or none at all.Read the rest of this entry
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV continues with the strong capability and luxurious design that fans have come to know. When driving this SUV, you’ll want to take it everywhere so that everyone can enjoy it as well. While you drive around in your 2020 Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV, you’ll have several multimedia features to help improve your driving experience even more. Keep reading to find out about the standard and optional multimedia features.Read the rest of this entry
Despite SUVs becoming a newly beloved vehicle style, sedans are still very popular and recognizable. People still enjoy the performance that sedans often provide them. One sedan that still continues to be a good option is the 2020 Mercedes-Benz C 300 sedan. Not only does this sedan boast a luxurious style, it also has impressive specifications. So, what are the 2020 Mercedes-Benz C 300 sedan specifications? Keep reading to find out!Read the rest of this entry
The winter weather can be harsh. Not only can it affect road conditions, it can also affect our vehicle. Not only can there be battery and motor oil issues, the exterior can be affected as well. One way is by the salt that is on the road to melt ice and snow. The salt can stick to your car and cause rust if left on too long. Today, we will be teaching you how to keep your Mercedes-Benz looking nice during the winter. Keep reading to get some tips for winter keep up.Read the rest of this entry