121,800 Mercedes-Benz Vehicles Recalled for Seatbelt Defect
Jarod Cassidy12 months ago
Mercedes-Benz is recalling 121,800 vehicles due to a defect which can leave motorists without functioning seat-belts.
Details of the Mercedes-Benz Recalls
According to reports, the recall deals with faulty seat belt latch plates what insert into the buckles for the vehicles’ outboard rear seats. Complaints show that the latch plates can retract into interior paneling, preventing occupants from being able to use the seat belts.
The lack of a functioning seat belt can leave occupants at a significantly increased risk of injury or death in the event of a collision.
Mercedes-Benz will begin notifying owners of the defect beginning May 14. Dealers will install a buffer to the C-pillar paneling to resolve the defect. Repairs will be made at no cost to the owner.
Vehicles Included in the Mercedes-Benz Recall
The recall affects the following Mercedes-Benz vehicles:
2016-2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC300 4Matic
2016-2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC300
2018-2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC350e 4Matic
2017-2019 Mercedes-AMG GLC43
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC63 4Matic
Contact an Experienced Seatbelt Defect Attorney
If you or a loved one suffered an injury due to a defective or faulty seatbelt, contact Thomas J. Henry. Our experienced vehicle recall lawyers are available 24/7, nights and weekends to provide you with a free case review. If a seatbelt or vehicle manufacturer’s negligence caused your seatbelt injury, you may be entitled to recover damages to cover medical costs, pain and suffering, and lost wages.