Mercedes Tuning Continuing Develop Speed and Performance of Mercedes
Posted by John Smith on March 9th, 2018
We are very well aware of the shooting fuel prices in the market. A Mercedes Benz car is one of the most reliable cars in the market today. But just like a human being who deserves some spa and pampering once in awhile, your Mercedes Benz car also deserves a tune-up. We have seen rapid growth in the technology in the field of automobiles. The super chip tuning technology is developed especially for the premium cars like Mercedes. It will ensure that your car gives best performance without any hassle.
The term tune-up is usually associated and related to the overhaul, lubrication and detail of your car. Originally, this term was historically associated with the routine replacement of key ignition system parts like spark plugs and ignition points, along with some basic adjustments to help "tune" the engine. However, due to mounting pressure for increased fuel economy and lower emissions, car manufacturers were forced to adopt electronics and to do away with ignition points during the 1970's, along with the carburetor during the middle of the 1980s.
This resulted to the elimination of the need to replace and adjust a growing number of ignition and fuel system parts. Continuing their long standing tradition of motoring innovation, Mercedes Tuning is now experimenting with hybrid/fuel cell cars - such as their F800 research vehicle, which was also announced and displayed at this year's Geneva Motor Show; featuring a 204bhp four-cylinder diesel engine which is combined with a 15kW electric motor and seven speed automatic transmission. Anticipated for launch at the end of 2011, it will be Europe's first ever diesel hybrid, and seemingly an effective effort at combining the benefits of an environmentally friendly car, with the style and qualities that the market has come to expect from Mercedes.
Once the vehicle is tuned, it will reduce the emission and improve the performance by 15%. However, you must tune the vehicle timely to avoid any inconvenience. The experts recommend visiting to the mechanic once in three months. The professionals will make sure that none of the part needs repairing. However, times are fast changing and cars are becoming more and more modern to adapt with the changes.
Along with these changes, people are also having perceptions that tune-ups are no longer necessary for today's cars. But according to Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council, there is a misconception that today's modern vehicles don't need tune-ups because they never break down, but that simply is not true. He further added that if you're at work and your computer goes down, you can't get any more work done. It's the same with your vehicle. If the vehicle isn't being properly maintained, you're not going to get where you want to go.