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I have a 2016 Hyundai Tucson. I bought it brand new and am the sole owner. I've taken immaculate care of it, and despite that, I had engine failure. After the engine was replaced, I had immediate transmission problems and A/C compressor failure.
myCarVoice helped me deal with a dealership that wasn't willing to correct these manufacturing defects.
- Molly P.
Car Defect Stats
1 out of 5 Cars
Cars had an open recall in 2018
6.3 Million Vehicles
Suffered from Electronic Defects
8 Million Vehicles
Affected by Software-Based Defects
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In February 2021, consumers filed a class action lawsuit against Mercedes-Benz on behalf of themselves and a class of current and former Mercedes-Benz vehicle owners and lessees of certain C300 models (years 2015-2019), that suffer from a defect that allegedly results in raw fuel leakage within the engine compartment, creating a fire risk and strong fuel odor to vehicle occupants.
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