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How much does a Mercedes-Benz wheel cost?

How much does a Mercedes-Benz wheel cost?

The average cost for a Wheel Replacement is between $1,754 and $1,769 but can vary from car to car.

Who makes Mercedes-Benz wheels?

Your Mercedes Benz is no ordinary vehicle and deserves a wheel that was designed for it exclusively. That wheel is made by Mandrus.

What wheels do Mercedes use?

While alloy wheels are not standard equipment on all new vehicles, you’ll notice many Mercedes-Benz models come equipped standard with Alloy Wheels. Alloy wheels are made with a blend of aluminum, magnesium, and nickel.

What tires do AMG use?

Continental high-performance summer tires are being used as original equipment on the new Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE. The tire approved is the SportContact 6 in 20 inches with special sidewall marking (MO1B), indicating the tire was developed specifically for this vehicle.

How much does it cost to change a Mercedes tire?

Commonplace Mercedes-Benz tires are priced between $150 – $350 per tire, however, High-performance tires can cost anywhere between accurately over $500.

Can you buy wheels from Mercedes?

We supply and stock an extensive range of original Mercedes wheels across the entire range of Mercedes vehicles. All of the wheels that we supply are the same as those from the dealer network, built for, or by, Mercedes – at the most competitive prices.

What are Mercedes-Benz wheels made of?

aluminium alloy
Mercedes-Benz wheels are produced exclusively from warm-stored Gk-AlSi7 aluminium alloy. This material attains its exceptionally high stability by means of a three-stage heat treatment process which follows the casting process.

What is an AMG wheel?

AMG wheels are made to stand up to the specifications put forth by the engineers at Mercedes-Benz and AMG. The designs created by AMG and Mercedes help to enhance your vehicle and provide you with a safe and comfortable experience.

Do all Mercedes come with run-flat tires?

Many Mercedes-Benz vehicles are equipped with run-flat tires. With the standard feature of run-flat tires, Mercedes-Benz drivers can drive to the nearest Mercedes-Benz service center in Huntington, NY.