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Mercedes-Benz Stadium to Leave Your Wallet Full

The Atlanta Falcons have gotten their new home stadium in the heart of Atlanta Georgia to be sponsored by Mercedes-Benz and it might have been the best decision that the Falcons could make as the stadium is going to be absolutely amazing. It’ll feature a retractable roof so we’ll likely never have to sit through Georgia showers to watch the Falcons. But that’s not even the best feature of the stadium.

The Falcon’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium is going to be the only modern stadium for now that can boast affordable pricing on concessions sold in the stadium, you can even refill your $2 soda as many times as you like throughout the game. If you’re going to be driving your Benz through the Georgia heat come Super Bowl LIII, click here and get some updates to your AC to make the drive and parking survivable.

 

While the new home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United is under construction, CEO of the AMB Group Stephen Cannon stopped by AOL to discuss the incredible features of the prime sports facility.

You can watch our interview with Cannon below, but here are five things that make us really excited about the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

  1. Fan-friendly concession prices

First things first, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium will offer the friendliest prices of any stadium we’ve seen in a long time.

“You will no longer be gouged,” said Cannon.

According to the website, the most you’ll spend on a single item is $5:

$2 – Non-alcoholic beverage products with unlimited free refills (at freestanding refill stations)
$2 – Dasani bottled water; hot dogs; pretzels; popcorn
$3 – Peanuts; pizza; nachos; waffle fries
$5 – 12 oz. domestic beer  
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image via Stefan Rahmstorf/Twitter

image via Stefan Rahmstorf/Twitter

With the current trend of an ever-rising average climate temperature, the last seven months have seen record high temperatures each month, and April was no different. Normally (depending on where you live, of course), the month of April brings us mild, enjoyable weather, but it looks like things this trend is going to become the norm.

On that note, you might want to make sure your Mercedes’ climate control system is functioning correctly. If you need anything to keep your A/C running like new, click here for parts.

 

NASA announced some grim climate news over the weekend.

Last month was the warmest April ever recorded, with soaring temperatures that smashed the previous monthly record by the largest margin in known history.

Sound like something you’ve heard before? It’s probably because you have.

Based on NASA data, April was the seventh month in a row that global temperatures set a new record high. It was also the third consecutive month that the record was broken by the largest margin ever. Continue Reading

air-conditioning-ventsAlthough Mercedes owns the term “Airscarf”, which is a feature they offer that blows hot air directly at the necks of the driver and front passenger, they’ve been told by a German court they can no longer use the technology. Apparently, blowing hot air on peoples’ necks was patented back in ’96 by a guy named Ludwig Schatzinger.

So, if Airscarf was something you *really* loved about Mercedes-Benz, you’re going to have to stick to already-produced cars. Speaking of heating and cooling, see what we have in stock for Mercedes climate control.

 

Mercedes faces a €250,000 (roughly $283,000) fine if it fails to disable the system in its new cars. The company also needs to remove Airscarf from all of its advertising and promotional materials, and it will need to pay Schatzinger an unspecified amount of money.

Introduced in 1998, the Airscarf ventilation system has been fitted to the SLK, the SLC, the SL, the topless version of the SLS, and the convertible variants of the C-, E-, and S-Class models. Luckily for Mercedes, the ruling isn’t retroactive so the Airscarf only needs to be disabled on cars sold after May 9th of this year. Additionally, the court’s decision only applies to cars sold in Germany.

All hope is not lost for sun-worshippers. The patent rights expire on December 25th of this year, so convertible buyers will be able to get the system re-activated after that date. Read More

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image via Audi

If you happen to have a 2015 Audi A3, you should be aware of an air conditioning issue that has been plaguing the vehicle. Apparently in some of the vehicles of this model, it is running loud and it’s hardly blowing cool air at all. If you have similar issues with your air conditioning in a Mercedes, you can find the parts to fix it yourself by visiting our climate control page.

 

The problem: In affected vehicles the air conditioning is noisy, does not cool or is weak. Symptoms could be intermittent. This condition could be due to a faulty air-conditioning compressor or regulating valve.

Vehicles affected by this service bulletin:

    2015 Audi A3

    2015 Audi A3 Cabriolet

Corrective action: Dealers will replace either the air-conditioning compressor or the regulating valve, flush the system of contaminants, recharge the system and test for leaks. This is a labor-intensive operation; plan on leaving the car for up to two days. Read More

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