Mercedes-Benz recalls over 11 thousand of its cars in ChinaMarch 2, 2020
The recall campaign will affect six different models at once. All of them left the assembly line no more than one and a half years ago.
The German auto giant Mercedes-Benz has announced the launch of a recall campaign for its cars in China. The owners of six models at once will be asked to the car service – C-Class, E-Class, G-Class, CLS-Class, as well as GLC and AMG GT SUVs. We are talking about cars that came off the assembly line from June 2 to October 21, 2018. A total of 11,116 vehicles were reviewed – all owners will be notified by March 30, after which they will be able to undergo free diagnosis and repair. The problem is a malfunction with the seat belt.
It became known that in some cases, belt buckles can unfasten themselves spontaneously, which can lead to inconvenience, as well as to the risk of injury in the event of a traffic accident.
Repair or replacement of the unit will be carried out at the nearest service center for the client.
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