Mercedes-Benz Recalls 80K Vehicles for Faulty Fuel Pump

Mercedes Dealerships to Replace Fuel Pumps Mercedes-Benz USA LLC has issued a recall for 79,676 vehicles in the 2021 to 2024 model years due to a faulty fuel pump. The German automaker reported that owners of the affected vehicles are at risk of being in a collision because the fuel pump could shut down while the driver is on the … Read More

Mercedes-Benz Recall 143K Cars, SUVs Faulty Fuel Pump

Mercedes Benz Recall Fuel Pump Mercedes-Benz is recalling over 143,551 cars and SUVs due to a faulty fuel pump in certain 2021 through 2023 model years. Owners of these vehicles report that prior to the stall, the engine runs rough and there were warning lights on the dashboard. They reported the issue to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration out … Read More

5 Cars You’ll Love to Drive, But Hate to Own

The Downside of Certain Cool Cars May Be Hard to Ignore There are some cars that just about everyone loves to drive, but if they become problematic you might hate to own them. Whether there is a terrifying safety issue or the vehicle is just impractical because of repeated repairs, some vehicles aren’t worth buying just because they look cool. … Read More

2021 2022 2023 Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV Recalls, Investigations and Complaints

The Mercedes Benz brand has always been associated with luxury, but owners of the 2021, 2022, and 2023 GLE SUV line could argue that recalls, engine problems, and interior electronics issues diminish its value. Apparently, consumers in the United States pulled back on Mercedes-Benz GLE models from 65,074 units sold in 2021 to just 57,933 in 2022, according to Car … Read More

2023 Mercedes EQS 450 Electric Vehicle Problems and Complaints

Owners of the 2023 Mercedes EQS 450 Electric Vehicle are already reporting problems with the forward collision warnings to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Furthermore, our lemon law firm recently learned about a Southern California owner who had the motor replaced, just two months after purchase with 3,000 miles on the vehicle. There are other potential issues that electric … Read More

Mercedes-Benz 2019-2021 Sprinter Van Recall Rollaway Risk

Mercedes-Benz will recall 50,000 vehicles after at least 11 owners of 2019 to 2021 Sprinter vans complain their vehicle rolled away after it was parked. The issue happens when drivers parked their vehicle, but did not set the manual parking brake. Despite putting the vehicle’s transmission into park, drivers’ Sprinter van rolled away. Mercedes-Benz acknowledges the vehicles should not roll … Read More

Mercedes-Benz Recalls 1.3 Million Vehicles Over Emergency Call Service Failures

Mercedes-Benz is recalling roughly 1.3 million vehicles in the United States due to an ongoing problem with its emergency call system. The eCall service sends emergency medical provider services if there is an accident. However, some owners report it has been sending police and paramedics out the wrong locations. So far there is only a single incident reported in Europe. … Read More

2017 Mercedes-AMG G 65 Recalled Too Fast in Reverse, Rollover Risk

Owners of 20 Recalled Mercedes-AMG G 65 Vehicles in for Potential Wild Reverse Ride If you are the owners of one of 20, $220,000 Mercedes-AMG G 65, driving in reverse could turn into an unexpected joy ride. The 2017 model of these so-called G-wagons has been recalled due to instability while driven in reverse at speeds higher than 16 mph, … Read More

Mercedes-Benz recalls 2018 S class vehicles due to fire risk and seat belts

Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) has issued a recall for 1,701 2018 Mercedes-Maybach vehicles due to a potential problem in the electrical pre-fuse box located in the trucks of these cars. The problem stems from a failure to secure power bars that could lead to a loss of functions controlling seat belts and other functions. The vehicles affected are the 2018 Mercedes-Maybach … Read More

Mercedes-Benz Recalls One Million Vehicles Due to Faulty Airbag Wiring

Roughly one million vehicles have been recalled by Mercedes-Benz for a faulty wiring problem that could  spontaneously cause the driver’s side airbags to deploy. About half or 500,000 Mercedes-Benz cars and SUVs with this problem are located here in the United States.  While there are no fatalities stemming from this recall, there have been a handful of minor injuries such … Read More

2016 Smart Fortwo Recalled by Mercedes for Potentially Faulty Parking Brake

5,061 2016 Smart Fortwo Cars Recalled by Mercedes-Benz USA Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC (MBUSA) has announced a recall for owners of certain 2016 Smart Fortwo vehicles. Some 5,061 vehicles may be affected by a problem with a lock nut that secures the vehicle’s parking brake cable to its lever. Over time this nut may loosen and the vehicle could move before … Read More

Mercedes-Benz Recalls 58K Cars Due to Loss of Power Steering Issue

Mercedes-Benz USA plans to recall some 58,323 luxury SUVs made in 2016 and 2017 due to an electric power steering issue that could create a loss of power and increased crash risk for drivers. “This is a dangerous defect that could cause serious injuries or even death,” said Attorney James Johnson. “A driver experiencing a loss of power steering would … Read More