The spokesman's name (Reifenrath) is somehow appropriate to the subject...
(Reifen = tyre)
Maybe Merc will reconsider its race to be first in technology, but I suppose
it has to try in this macho competition with BMW et al.
For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
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BTW, according to the said news report, the cost of the recall is
supposed to total only $30 million. By my simple calculation this
would work out to an average of $44.12 per vehicle.
In Canada and the US, this would barely pay for 30 minutes of dealer
service time. It also implies there would be no parts involved. So
how is this cost estimate possible? Is the fix a software update? I
wonder how the SBC can be reprogrammed to prevent bubbles from
entering the system?
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