Mercedes-Benz will recall about 750,000 vehicles because the sunroofs may separate and fly away, putting them at risk and potentially driving dangerously,media reported. The recalled models include the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, E-Class, CLK Class and CLS Class manufactured between 2001 and 2011, the report said.
All four models involved in the recall have an optional sunroof, which, according to a statement from the U.S. Highway Traffic Safety Administration, will deteriorate, causing the car’s sunroof to separate from the car and pose a safety hazard, according to a statement from the U.S. Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
It is understood that after February 14, Mercedes-Benz will contact the affected owners, free inspection and replacement of the skylight.
Previously, the car,” the car’s new latitude summed up the 2019 domestic and foreign car companies to the State Administration of Market Supervision to file the number of recalled vehicles, a total of 6539512 vehicles. From the point of view of the recall problem, mainly involved in airbags, engine crankshaft exhaust pipe heater, fuel tank, front distribution box and other components, there are injuries in the car, vehicle fire, fuel leakage and other risks.
By quantity, the top three recalls were BMW, which recalled 117,954 vehicles, or 18%, Mercedes-Benz, recalled 101,0410 vehicles, or 15%, and Toyota recalled 770,102 vehicles, or 11%.