People who drive a 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class SUV should be aware of numerous consumer complaints regarding faulty electrical systems. From warning lights that misfire or fail to properly alert the driver of a potential hazard to assist features that cause the driver to lose control, these malfunctions put the driver, passengers, and others on the road at risk. The manufacturer has issued 22 recalls so far; however, while many consumers have been able to resolve these problems through recall replacements, others are still waiting for effective and lasting solutions.
According to one driver of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class SUV, the adaptive cruise control failed to disengage after the driver pressed the off button. As a result, the car continued to travel at highway speed down the off-ramp until the driver successfully engaged the brakes. Multiple warning lights suddenly illuminated, but the dealer was unable to locate the issue or provide a solution. Another driver reported that several warning lights suddenly turned on while the vehicle was traveling along the freeway, and the car’s power completely failed a few moments later. Fortunately, the driver was able to pull the car to the side of the road. The dealer is still looking into the issue, leaving the driver—like many others—awaiting answers.
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