Q: What is the maintenance upkeep on a 2010 Mercedes s550 with 105,000 miles

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Im interested in purchasing a S550 2010 with 105k. What I would like to know is what kind of out of pocket expenses am I going to have associated with this car? Cost list scheduled maintenance etc.

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