Mercedes-Benz Korea Ltd. is recalling 2,965 of its E-Class, S-Class, CLK- and CL passenger cars to inspect and repair the electronic stability, active body control and climate control systems, in addition to faulty trunk mechanisms. The move heralds the largest recall of imported cars ever made in South Korea. The government’s Ministry of Construction and Transportation says 1,426 vehicles require service to their electronic stability systems to repair possible oil leaks that could ...

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