Used Mercedes-Benz Transmissions
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When Mercedes’ transmissions give out, it may seem like the time to buy a new car. New cars can be expensive and something that may not be affordable right now. Your car doesn’t have to sit around going unused when your Mercedes Benz transmission can easily be replaced. Most people opt for a used transmission because of the expense in buying rebuilt Mercedes transmissions. Of course, different Mercedes models take different transmissions and it can be quite hard locating used Mercedes transmissions that are right for your car. But with the help of our free used parts locator service at ASAP Motors, you can locate replacement Mercedes Benz transmissions that meet the criteria for your vehicle.
Used transmissions from these Mercedes have been removed from recycled vehicles and are guaranteed to be in good working order. While some Mercedes transmissions come straight from the vehicle and are then shipped out to customers, others are removed, cleaned, and tested before packaging for shipment. When finding available Mercedes transmissions for sale from ASAP Motors, you will be provided with more information regarding the transmission and if it has been through a testing process before being sold.
There are many Automotive Recycling Facilities located around the country that can provide customers with the transmission that they need. After your transmission is blown, driving around from one recycling facility to the next can be tiresome, especially when they do not have the parts that you need. To save time and energy, ASAP Motors will do the work of finding a transmission for you. The best part is that you do not need to pick up the transmission directly, as it can be shipped out to you immediately for replacement in your Mercedes.
ASAP Motors customers are under no obligation to purchase a transmission when using this absolutely free service. Customers will fill out a simple form with the make and model of their Mercedes, as well as an email address for contact information. Recycling facilities that have your part will contact you by email with their best rate for the transmission. Customers may receive several emails from different facilities, allowing them to choose the one with the most affordable price point. There does not need to be any communication by phone, as the entire process can be completed through email. Not only will vendors be competing for your business by providing you with an affordable price, but some transmissions may also come with a warranty, something that should be taken into consideration when purchasing a used transmission for your Mercedes.
Locate Used Mercedes Transmissions
Mercedes manufactures both manual and automatic transmissions through its parent company, Daimler AG. Founded more than 90 years ago in 1926, Mercedes is a respected name in the world of luxury cars, and the quality of their transmissions reflects that.
To get competitive prices for used Mercedes transmissions, simply fill out the form above and ASAP Motors will connect you with our network of reputable auto parts brokers in mere minutes.
Select Your Used Mercedes Transmission Model Below
Whether you’re looking for a used Mercedes transmission from the 1980s or the 2010s, we can help you find exactly what you need.
If you are trying to locate a used Mercedes Benz C Class transmission for sale from salvage yards, junk yards, or other used Mercedes vendors…
In need of a used Mercedes Benz Sprinter Transmission (2500 or 3500)? Well that is the kind of news no one like to hear. Replacing a Mercedes…
Mercedes transmissions have been praised for both their reliability and high-quality craftsmanship. Today, their most well-known transmissions are the 7G-Tronic and 9G-Tronic.
When the 7G-Tronic was released in 2003, it became the first ever seven-speed automatic transmission for passenger cars.
As with most other transmissions, Mercedes transmissions can last for 200,000 miles or more when properly cared for.
Used Mercedes Transmission Frequently Asked Questions
These are some of the questions that our customers frequently ask about used Mercedes transmissions:
Q: How much do used Mercedes transmissions cost?
A: Depending on the year and model, Mercedes transmissions can cost between approximately $300 and $1,500.
Q: Which Mercedes transmissions are manual?
A: Mercedes has produced and several manual transmissions, although its U.S. models are no longer available with manual transmissions.
Instead, some of its roadsters are available with semi-automatic transmissions designed to offer the sporty performance of a manual and the convenience of an automatic.
Q: How often do Mercedes’ transmissions need to have their transmission fluid changed?
A: For this question, the answer is entirely dependent on the year and model of the transmission in question.
Some of Mercedes’ more recent transmissions contain lifetime transmission fluid, meaning they don’t need to have their fluid changed unless major work is done to the transmission. Other Mercedes transmissions, however, need to have their transmission fluid changed regularly.
To determine how often the transmission fluid of a particular used Mercedes transmission needs to be changed, we recommend researching the manufacturer’s recommendations for that specific year and model.
Popular Mercedes Used Transmission Models
Here are three of the most popular used Mercedes transmissions for sale:
Roomy, powerful, comfortable and outfitted with a variety of safety features, it’s no wonder that the Mercedes Sprinter 2500 is popular for both professional and personal use. The Sprinter 2500 is only available with an automatic transmission.
The Mercedes C-Class has been in production since 1993, and is known as being a stylish, sleek and high-performance car that’s also outfitted with top-tier safety features. C-Class models are only available with automatic transmissions.
Compared to the Sprinter 2500, the Mercedes Sprinter 3500 has a more narrow cargo area and is less fuel efficient. However, it also boasts more towing power, clocking in at an impressive 7,500-pound towing capacity. The Sprinter 3500 is only available with an automatic transmission.
Used Mercedes Transmissions List
Thanks to the myriad of used Mercedes-Benz transmissions available through ASAP Motors, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for at a price that’s right for you.
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