BOOST Mercedes Performance – Yourself! | Dynamic Select Exclusive Tutorial

Only 6% of Mercedes-Benz drivers use it. You can start using it today! One way to improve your Mercedes Drive is to tighten the steering wheel, and use the different drive programs that Mercedes offers. In this video, I did some testing and experiments, so you don’t have to do it yourself. Just watch and learn all the details in this exclusive demonstration.


If you’d like to jump directly to the subject of interest, you can do it below:

  • 00:00 Mercedes Soft Steering Wheel;
  • 00:59 Mercedes Dynamic Select Controller;
  • 01:22 Mercedes Driving Programs;
  • 02:00 Mercedes Driving Mode Display in Instrument Cluster;
  • 03:10 Mercedes Comfort Mode Demo;
  • 04:30 Mercedes Vehicle Data Demo;
  • 08:13 Mercedes Sport Mode Demo;
  • 08:40 Mercedes G-Force Display;
  • 10:40 Mercedes Sport Dynamic Program vs. Comfort Dynamic Program;
  • 11:08 Mercedes Engine Data Display Demo;
  • 12:57 Mercedes Individual Dynamic Program Setup;
  • 14:47 Mercedes Individual Mode Demo;
  • 15:50 Mercedes Dynamic Select Modes Explained;
  • 16:07 Mercedes Dynamic Slippery Mode;
  • 16:17 Mercedes Dynamic Off-Road Mode;
  • 16:48 How to Hold Steering Wheel Properly;
  • 19:05 Question of Today.

4 Replies to “BOOST Mercedes Performance – Yourself! | Dynamic Select Exclusive Tutorial”

  1. ¿Cómo dejar el star stop siempre apagado?
    Sin tener que darle al botón cada vez que arranco el coche, en el dinamyc select lo programo pero no funciona. ¿Hay solución?
    How to always leave the star stop off?
    Without having to press the button every time I start the car, I program it in the dinamyc select but it doesn’t work. There’s a solution?

  2. Hi, can you please help me change the tyre pressure measurement unit on my C250 CDI W205 2018, when I check tyre pressures on the dash display they are shown in kPa and I would like this to be shown in PSI, any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

    Kind regards
    Charlie Singh.

    PS. Excellent tutorials.

    1. In the United States, all the cars show the tire pressure in PSI with no way of changing. I don’t think it’s possible, but you can check if your local MB dealer can change it on the software update basis.

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