What Should the Tire Pressure be for a 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class?

July 10th, 2017 by

If you drive a Mercedes-Benz E-Class, you are no stranger to the advanced technologies that come with it. One of tech features that come standard in all E-Class vehicles is the Tire Pressure Monitoring System, which keeps an eye on the individual pressure of each tire to ensure maximum reliability and safety. If you are unsure as to what pressure your E-Class model’s tires should be at, take a look at our recommendations below.

2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Tire Pressure Recommendations*

Generally, the front tires on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class should be inflated anywhere between 30-33 pounds per square inch, or “psi,” while your rear tire pressure should be around 35-42 psi. As is standard with most Mercedes-Benz vehicles, the 2017 E-Class uses different inflation levels for its two sets of tires to give the driver better handling or a more comfortable ride. If you notice your Tire Pressure Monitoring System is detecting low pressure, it’s important to immediately visit your nearest air station and fill to the proper levels, as low pressure can compromise safety and efficiency.

Do the tires on your E-Class need a little attention? Then be sure to visit our service center here at Mercedes-Benz of Salem. We can help get those tires into tip-top shape, as well as provide you with other routine maintenance jobs like oil changes, front end alignment, coolant flush, and more. You can schedule an appointment with us by using our helpful online scheduler tool located here.

*Please note, our recommendations are approximate, so be sure to consult your owner’s manual for exact specifications.