I had my B about a month ago. At least for the GLA250, the only additional B fluid change is brake fluid. The main difference between A and B is the brake fluid change, which adds a lot of labor. There was $21 for fuel additive and $72.80 for the cabin air filter. The same 'checks' and 'visual inspections' that happened at the A seemed to happen at the 'B.' My dealer gets $148 an hour for service. The B service total was $554, about twice as much as the A. Tire rotation was done, not balancing. I chose not to have the keyfob batteries changed, as I do it myself with little bit bigger battery from BJ's, and I chose not to have the high tech winter additive in the windshield washer-I go through a lot of WW fluid. Also, I bought new wiper blades on line just before winter set in, from another MB dealer for $30, delivered. I presume those three items would have taken it well over $600. While I certainly appreciate having free warranty work done, and getting a loaner, for the other stuff I am oft reminded of the old phrase, never give a sucker an even break. In their defense, they charged only $41.93 for 7 quarts of synthetic oil, and only $19.14 for the oil filter element. I guess service at most any high end auto dealer would be the same. Someone has to pay for the biscotti and espresso.
2015 GLA250 Polar Silver Black MB Tex FWD
H19 Poplar Trim 234 Blind Spot Assist
413 Panorama Sunroof 508 Becker Map Pilot
889 Keyless Go 00A Illuminated Star
068 Wheel locking bolts P01 Premium Package (Sirius, Media Interface, Heated front seats, HK Logic 7, Garage, Compass, Auto dim, 2 zone Climate