Recall roundup: Mercedes-Benz C-Class in the United States image

Mercedes-Benz has recently issued a recall for the new C-Class generation in the United States because of some problems with the steering function.

According to the German based automaker, owners of several units of the new generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class will have to take a trip back to the dealers because of some problems which may cause lose steering function at low speed. The company says that the problem happened because production workers have failed to correctly install the steering component on the affected vehicles with the optional 4MATIC all-wheel drive system.

Mercedes-Benz says that there are a total of 10,509 units of the new generation C-Class affected by this recall in the C300 and C400 versions. The company has confirmed two reports of incidents in the United States, related to the steering issue, but happily no injuries have been reported, related to them. The company’s dealerships will be inspecting the affected vehicles and make the necessary repairs / replacements free of charge. For any extra details on the subject, owners of the new generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class should contact their local Mercedes-Benz representative.