Warranty

Warranty

The warranty is limited to a "freedom from defects on delivery that is commensurate with the state of the art for comparable vehicles of the same model as the purchased article".

This means, for example, that no claim under warranty can be leveled for unavoidable manufacturing tolerances such as must be conceded to a series manufacturing process, as well as for circumstances that are inherent in the design and that do not in any way impair the operating properties of the vehicle.

The warranty obligation does not expire if changes of title or ownership occur within the vehicle warranty.

Performance of work covered by warranty does not extend the period of the vehicle warranty. The same applies for warranty work that is necessary in connection with replacement part warranties and vehicle repairs. The implied warranty for genuine parts and new and reconditioned assemblies that are installed free of charge under the implied vehicle warranty therefore expires at the same time as the vehicle warranty.

The warranty given shall be strictly limited to the replacement of parts, which are recognized to be faulty, or repair of such parts when possible. The replacement and/or repairs in this case, will be done free of charge.

Mercedes-Benz:
                     

Passenger Cars

24 months from date of first registration without mileage limitation.

Trucks

12 months from date of first registration without mileage limitation.

Vans

24 months or 200,000 km from date of first registration, whichever comes first.

Buses and Coaches

12 months or 50,000 km from date of first registration from the date of first registration, whichever comes first.

The warranty period on the Powertrain is 24 months or 100,000km from the date of first registration, whichever comes first.

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