Published on June 12th, 2018 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Mercedes To Recall 774,000 Diesel Vehicles

Mercedes-Benz has just been ordered to recall 774,000 vehicles in Europe after two meetings with Germany’s top regulator failed to allay concerns about irregularities in the Mercedes-Benz maker’s diesel emissions.

Mercedes-Benz will upgrade engine software in Vito vans as well as the GLC SUV and C-Class sedan, Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer said Monday in a statement from Berlin, after meeting with Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche for a second time in two weeks.

Germany’s automotive regulator KBA found 5 unapproved software functions in Daimler’s Euro 6 diesel engines, affecting as many as 1 million vehicles in Germany.

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