Mercedes-Benz 48-Volt Battery Investigation
Our consumer protection attorneys are investigating reports of a potential defect in Mercedes vehicles with a 48-volt battery. When the alleged defect manifests, the car battery unexpectedly dies.
Do you have a 2019–2022 Mercedes-Benz E-, CLS- or GLE-/GLS-450 vehicle? Speak to a lawyer.
If you have one of the above-described Mercedes vehicles and have experienced battery failure, you may be entitled to relief. Protect your rights by speaking with a Girard Sharp consumer protection attorney. Call us toll-free at (866) 981-4800 or submit your information below:
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More Details on Mercedes 48-Volt Battery Problems
Consumers have reported battery failure in their Mercedes vehicles, resulting in the car failing to start and requiring towing. Many owners have observed a battery warning on their dashboard and then had to replace the battery multiple times.
The following 2019-2022 Mercedes vehicle models are potentially affected:
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