Mercedes-Benz Recalls SUVs for Airbag Issue

Mercedes-Benz has recalled nearly 48,000 of their SUVs to repair a sensor problem that could prevent the front passenger airbag from deploying in a crash. The 2016 and 2017 GL, GLE and GLS models are included in the recall. Mercedes says that this could be a calibration issue, but it is unclear if this problem has caused any injuries. Documents filed by the company says drivers get a dashboard warning message saying that the airbag is off even if there is a passenger in the seat. Mercedes reported that they will notify owners of the affected models and dealerships will update the sensor for free.

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