Mar

Charterway now standard with all Sprinters

2016-03-03 10:53
A new standard addition to every newly purchased Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, is the CharterWay® Service BestBasic 5-year/105 000 km service plan.

When the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter made its debut in 1995, the vans were fitted standard with disc brakes on both front and rear wheels, as well as with the ABS anti-lock braking system.

A new standard addition to every newly purchased Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, is the CharterWay® Service BestBasic 5-year/105 000 km service plan assisting operators to concentrate on their business’ core requirements, by offering guaranteed vehicle availability and reduced administration.

Not having to pay for a service gives operators complete peace of mind when buying a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, and allows them to concentrate fully on their bread-and-butter business.

Not having to pay for a service gives operators complete peace of mind when buying a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, and allows them to concentrate fully on their bread-and-butter business.

Not having to pay for a service gives operators complete peace of mind when buying a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, and allows them to concentrate fully on their bread-and-butter business.

“The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a market leader in its segment due to its high levels of safety, impressively economical engines and unsurpassed innovations. With the CharterWay® Service BestBasic 5 year/105 000 km service plan, we are ensuring it remains in the lead,” says Nicolette Lambrechts, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans, Southern Africa.

As an all-inclusive service plan package, the CharterWay® Service BestBasic plan covers all items prescribed by the Mercedes-Benz service schedule for the stipulated mileage and/or period of the contract.

Share your comment and experience regarding the CharterWay® Service BestBasic plan. Comment below or email info@fleetwatch.co.za

More information to follow regarding the CharterWay® Service BestBasic plan in our March edition of FleetWatch Magazine.

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