Daimler Reviews 744,000 Vehicles Of Mercedes-Benz In The U.S. For Flawed Sunroofs


Daimler AG, the German automaker announced on Saturday that it will review 744,000 vehicles of Mercedes-Benz in the U.S. beginning from the year 2001 till the year 2011 on the grounds that the sunroofs glass board could separate and represent a risk. The huge review covers increasingly two dozen automobiles from C-Class, CLS-Class CLK-Class, and the E-Class models. The automaker announced that the holding between the glass board and the sliding room casing probably won’t meet details and could prompt sunroofs detaching. Owners who paid for fixes for the issue will have the option to look for repayments from Daimler.

Dealers will review the glass board holding and supplant the sliding rooftop if essential, the organization said. Last month, USA, Mercedes-Benz consented to a $20 million common punishment over its treatment of U.S. vehicle reviews following a year-long U.S. government examination concerning 1.4 million reviewed automobiles. Under the provisions of the settlement, the automaker will pay $13 million and countenances another $7 million fine on the off chance that it doesn’t consent to the understanding. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that the organization neglected to tell proprietors in an auspicious manner in certain reviews didn’t present all reports and didn’t dispatch at any rate two reviews in an opportune manner.

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