No recalls because they must lobby a lot. Mercedes needs to recall this car. One year after I had the car the heated seats elements on both sides burned out. I think the Mercedes mechanics are not well trained to do the right job. Original review: May 26, 2015 This is my first Mercedes I had bought, at the beginning it was a nice car then I started to have problems with almost everything. That was a major error.
They have been saying that he is not there. They always want to replace stuff which cost thousands, as if they think that all people who own Mercedes are rich. It's in the shop every other month for something. It seems like the dealer does not repair anything. The mechanic shops have become a robber without a gun, because they are aware of Mercedes Benz problems, and they know that they are getting paid without the customer getting any positive results.
The dealer said that I have to replace the instrument cluster, but it was already replaced once. Their cars have gone down the drain. As a result of their lack of customer service I am included to look at alternate manufacturers. Prior to having the O2, repaired, I had the front fender and the left light repaired at Beverly CoachCraft, which is a repair shop in Los Angeles that specializes in Mercedes Benz auto repair. I thinking of buying a Honda or Toyota like I had before I bought a Mercedes Benz. The first thing was the battery dead after using about a week. C to see if we can get to the bottom of why Mercedes Benz are allowed to go on with neglecting the malfunctions of the C320 automobiles.
So every time I need to adjust, I have to connect, adjust and disconnect. Minus the other problems that I won't get into, every time we let this car sit for more than a day, it won't start. I hit my brakes but t-boned the car, hitting the passengers' side of the car head-on with the front of my car at 35 mph. Original review: June 27, 2015 At first the battery started draining every day and I had to jump it each morning. I feel that the module is poorly designed and should be recalled by Mercedes and fixed at their cost.
Today I have to replace my gear shift box. Can anyone be of assistance to me? But now it sticks and I manually push it back down. This could prove detrimental to the front seat passengers in a crash while the modules are unplugged as the safety features of the seat are also disabled and will fail to provide the intended protection. I have a hard time with an illness, and was just stunned when all of that happened, so I told them I was leaving the car and going home with my sister. I purchased this car for my daughter as a graduation present. I think it's the motor under the seat that is draining it.
The car was a smooth ride although there was a slight chucka chucka sound when I drove slow. Compare this to other brands, I am sorry to say Mercedes, I will never buy again. Would the airbags have prevented me from hitting my head and getting whiplashed? It always have malfunction lights for the coolant system. Lately while driving the car, the accelerator just stops working causing me to be stuck, blocking traffic. Months later the key would not open the door unless I was close to the front doors.
Several people are opting to unplug the module rather than absorb the repair cost of one and possibly two of them. Mercedes should recall all C320 to correct mistake. I replaced that and my battery, but the drainage returned shortly after. But, no, I didn't have a service history prior to buying the car. It turns into limping mode every time I stop at the set of lights, I have to turn on the hazard and turn off the car wait in the middle of the road almost all the time. It has been a joy.
I think I was just bored of the Honda but this experience made me realize that I will never buy a Benz again. It makes no sense that they won't help and I don't even know how to diagnose the problem, let alone fix it. Now I take my car to the private Mercedes mechanics where my car is well maintained. Clicking sound every time I start the car, passages seat drains the battery, lights burns regularly. It opens from outside, but not inside.
Therefore receiving absolutely no satisfaction from anyone, I attempted to research and order an appropriate substitute radio from Best Buy. The C-320 should have had multiple recalls because of faulty items by Mercedes Benz. This C320 is the most problem free car of them all. Meanwhile, I have always felt extremely safe in my Benz. Would you feel good about yourself if you knew a mother and a child might be driving a car that could catch on fire again? While it is not showing age, safety technology has vastly improved in the last 15 years and I will soon feel the need to have those new technologies. Yes, it is an older model, but Benz needs to live up to its name.
At that point my sister got out of her car and ran up to my car, opened the door, pulled me out and said The car's on fire, get out of the car. But then, I was also concerned that the car needed to be driven up to a potential 500 miles after replacing the Oxygen Sensor, and before they could run the smog check so it would pass. The lights are always blowing. After purchasing all the necessary parts and talking with the Geek Squad I arranged to have the replacement radio installed. Over the next few days, I was told not to touch the car, so I didn't. Wouldn't they have a service schedule inside the car? At that point, I didn't know what to do. I took it to the local dealer where I purchased it.