The Mercedes brand has a long history as a reliable luxury vehicle. However, this doesn’t mean the brand isn’t prone to certain issues. We’ll highlight some common Mercedes problems that our customers have reported over the years.
1. Engine Misfires
With most Mercedes models, the manufacturer recommends changing the spark plugs and ignition coil every 100,000 miles. However, some owners have reported problems with these components well before then. Driving with a misfiring engine can result in damage to the oxygen sensor or catalytic converter.
2. Worn Window Regulators
The window regulators make it possible to lower and close the windows with the press and hold of a button. We have noticed the regulator failing prematurely on Mercedes-Benz C-class and ML-class models. This problem is also fairly common in Audi and BMW models. Continue Reading →