Mercedes-Benz engineers have enough confidence in the engine oil quality sensor that comes with all Mercedes models that they have decided an oil dip stick is superfluous. The '01 C-Class is the first from the prestige car maker to come without dip sticks. Other future Mercedes cars also will dispense with the manual oil level indicators as new generations come to market, says a spokesman. The Flexible Service System can double oil change intervals up to 20,000 miles if a vehicle is ...

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