- Mercedes-Benz C-Class recalled in Australia
- The current generation sedan was affected.
- Water can enter the boot in heavy rain or when using a heavy-duty cleaning device.
Mercedes-Benz Australia A refund has been issued for 2022 C-Class Because of the risk of short circuit.
The issue affects 2855 units produced between 2021 and 2022.
According to a recall notice issued by the Department of Infrastructure, water can enter the boot after heavy rain or using a high-pressure cleaning device.
As a result, Mercedes-Benz says moisture can lead to short circuits with a possible fire hazard.
Mercedes-Benz will contact owners of affected vehicles and request them to make an appointment with a service center to have the problem rectified free of charge.
The company can be contacted directly by calling 1300 300 896 or visiting a dealership. Here.
A VIN list for affected vehicles can be found. Here.
This is the second memory for 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-ClassThe first issue related to a malfunction in its SOS emergency call system.