Thousands of Mercedes-Benz are being recalled.
Major recall affecting Mercedes-Benz breaks could lead to serious injury or even death.
An article by 7 news says that Mercedes has told owners to stop driving their cars immediately.
The company is currently recalling 17,687 vehicles.
This alert is due to a reduction in braking performance.
This can increase the risk of injury or even death due to an accident.
The affected models are listed below
- R Class
If the brake booster does not pass inspection it will need to be replaced.
During that time the company will arrange transportation for the client.
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