20,000 Cars Recalled by Mercedes-Benz Over Hazardous Steering Issue

Because of a problem with the steering, Mercedes-Benz has recalled over 20,000 vehicles in Australia. In total, over 20 thousand cars were included in the recall.

According to the carmaker, vehicles manufactured by A-Class, CLA, EQA, EQB, and GLB between 2018 and 2024 could have the problem. The company advised inspecting and fixing them.

A recall warning was issued by Mercedes-Benz about the potential malfunction of the backup software for the power steering system. It is possible that power steering control will be lost if the unit fails.

Drivers and passengers might be more vulnerable in the event of an accident caused by this problem. For a free remedy, customers who may have bought one of these cars should get in touch with their local Mercedes-Benz dealership.

Reports show the car manufacturer recalled over 2,000 automobiles last month because of a flaw in the production process.  A fault with the fuse box might cause fires in many car types, such as the AMG and C-Class.

According to reports, a manufacturing flaw in the fuse box might cause an abrupt power outage or even a fire in the car.

The auto manufacturer warned in the warning that accidents involving vehicles experiencing a rapid loss of power while driving or a fire pose a significant danger of harm or death to passengers, other drivers, and property.

The Mercedes-Benz A-Class is a three-generation subcompact automobile that Mercedes-Benz produced and sold as a front-engine, front-wheel-drive, five-door hatchback that seats five people. The second generation also had a three-door hatchback option.

The first generation A-Class was Introduced in 1997, the second in 2004, and the third generation in 2012. The A-Class was first sold in North America for the first time in 2018 with the debut of the new fourth-generation model. The hatchback and V177 sedan were the firsts for the fourth generation A-Class.