Three Lemon Law Red flags in Mercedes Benz GLE

Mercedes – Benz GLE has over 31 complaints about several problems, also equal recalls for 2020-2022 years which were represented by United States Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) complaint categories. There are several issues, it’s not always easy to understand what consumers are finding wrong.

It’s clear that the electrical system receives the most complaints in one category.

However, it’s possible to separate the most common issues:

  • Mercedes- Benz GLE battery issues
  •  Speed Control issue
  • Noisy and Stuttering Wipers
  • Keyless Entry and Key Fob Issues

   1. Mercedes- Benz GLE battery issue

The final issue with the batteries in the 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLE model is that they malfunction or fail. Typically, but not always, there is a warning that indicates, Coolant too hot, turn off engine. When this happens, there is little you can do, according to one complainant. It “cannot be repaired.” It happens when the car is driving, it might cause the engine to shut down.

   2. Speed Control issue

The 2020 Mercedes Benz GLE350’s vehicle speed control system, which is intended to keep passengers safe, is a complete embarrassment.

It turns out that this system is now being recalled. According to NHTSA Campaign Number 19V540000, there is a software fault causing the radar-sensor control unit to fail and impede the performance of the system’s Active Brake Assist. Given how “intelligent” the GLE350 is supposed to be, it’s reasonable to presume that all other vehicles are simply plain stupid.

   3. Noisy and Stuttering Wipers

This is a regular problem with other Mercedes-Benz models such as the GLC and C-Class. However, despite being Mercedes-best-selling Benz’s vehicle, it is not frequently covered in the GLE. 

GLE owners have reported wiper problems such as:

  •         Every wipe produces squeaking or harsh rubbing noises.
  •         Mid-sweep, the wiper blades skip and stutter.
  •         The ends of the wiper blades make contact with the windshield’s edge.

If you think that your vehicle is a Lemon, there are laws put in place for you to get proper compensation. The California Lemon Law allows forms of compensation such as a buyback of a defective vehicle, the payment of attorney’s fees, or a cash settlement. In order to get this compensation, you can contact the Margarian Law Firm. The MargarianLaw Firm specializes in California Lemon Law, Dealer Fraud, and Consumer Class Actions. If you are in a situation similar to our client, or if you have been a victim of Dealer Fraud, contact the Margarian Law Firm at (818) 553-1000.

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