What Will a Transmission Replacement Cost?

Transmission Cross Section Close-Up

Many of our Kettering-area customers often ask about a new transmission cost. The transmission price differs from one vehicle to another, but you can expect to pay between $1,800 and $3,400 for new parts. Keep in mind that this price doesn’t include labor costs, which often range between $500 and $1,200, taxes, and any associated fees. If you need a new transmission, contact our service department to schedule your appointment. We offer competitive rates and service specials, so you can trust that you’re in excellent hands at our Centerville service center.



What Does the Transmission Do?

Without your transmission, you won’t be able to move your Mercedes-Benz vehicle, making this component just as essential as your engine. The transmission works to make sure your vehicle’s power is properly distributed among the tires, no matter what drivetrain you have. As your start shifting gears, the transmission and engine disconnect to adjust to your new driving position. An automatic transmission senses the change and automatically adjusts the torque distribution to create a smoother acceleration when you press on the gas.

How to Lengthen the Life of Your Transmission

After purchasing a new transmission for your Mercedes-Benz vehicle, you’ll want to know how to get the most out of your investment. To help, we have several service tips to help extend the life of your transmission:

  • Check the Transmission Fluid: Low or dirty fluid is the most common transmission problem. Check the transmission fluid every month yourself or bring your car to our service center to have it inspected.
  • Schedule Routine Service: Your transmission should get serviced roughly every 30,000 miles. Schedule routine service at the Mercedes-Benz of Centerville service center near Springboro to ensure that it’s in working order at every maintenance milestone.
  • Add Another Filter to the Cooler Line: Your car’s transmission includes a filter that traps dirt and debris. There’s a second filter in the cooler line that acts as a second line of defense, which is why you need to keep the fluid cleaner for longer.

Get More Transmission and Service Tips at Mercedes-Benz of Centerville!

After learning service tips about the new transmission cost, you’ll want to schedule a service appointment at our dealership near Oakwood. Our factory-trained and certified technicians know your vehicle inside and out, and they’ll make sure your vehicle is in top shape and safe for the roads. Contact us for a quote or to schedule an appointment.


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