Mercedes-Benz checks a million cars for brake problems


It is a worldwide campaign, affecting units of GL and ML SUVs and R-Class minivans manufactured between 2004 and 2015.

GL SUV is one of the models called for review
GL SUV is one of the models called for review
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German manufacturer Mercedes-Benz will have to review nearly one million cars worldwide Due to a problem with the braking system.

This is announced by the German Federal Transport Authority (KBA for its abbreviation), which indicates that the affected vehicles are SUVs of the ML and GL series, as well as R-class minivan units manufactured between 2004 and 2015. In all, users of 993,407 vehicles are called for review, Of which about 70,000 are in Germany.

The R-Class is a Big Minivan

“Corrosion in the brake booster can, in the worst case, disrupt the connection between the pedal and the braking system. As a result, the service brake may stop working.” Officers point. However there is no record of accidents involving this failure.

Mercedes-Benz confirmed the information to the AFP agency, saying the measure was based on “analysis of isolated reports for some vehicles”. The company said “Initiate the recall immediately” and contact the owners of “potentially affected vehicles.”

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