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12-20-2018 11:33 AM
Wenton2
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

Seems like there must be some kind of issue here with so many people having the same problem. Even if it is just miscommunication with the auto maker on how to maintain the tires best.

But it appears there is an issue beyond communication best I can tell.
12-19-2018 07:17 PM
Ted 10001
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

Great posts above. Glad to know what others are saying.
It will help with my dealer.
Thanks to all!
10-02-2018 09:47 AM
Unregistered
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

Just speaking from experience!!

TD
08-22-2018 08:20 PM
Highwayman
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

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Best cars on the planet!!

What a fascinating legal perspective you have.
08-22-2018 05:26 AM
Unregistered
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

Best cars on the planet!!
08-14-2018 08:19 AM
Manny 77
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

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Highway man and Disagreeable must not own MBs. I have owned over 20 cars in my life, and have torn down and completely rebuilt over 5 classic cars. I have owned Acuras, Lexus and BMWs (and Hondas and Toyotas). There is clearly a defect in the design of their wheels. MANY other cars have wheels with low profile tires (even with aspect ratios less than the 40 on my E350) and they don't have problems.
Interesting.

With all that engineering talent at the MB firm why can't they fix it--or stop it?
07-19-2018 04:07 AM
Unregistered
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

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Highway man and Disagreeable must not own MBs. I have owned over 20 cars in my life, and have torn down and completely rebuilt over 5 classic cars. I have owned Acuras, Lexus and BMWs (and Hondas and Toyotas). There is clearly a defect in the design of their wheels. MANY other cars have wheels with low profile tires (even with aspect ratios less than the 40 on my E350) and they don't have problems.
hear hear !!
04-05-2018 05:30 AM
Unregistered
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

32 years of M Benz driving and I have never had the problem described in this discussion.
03-26-2018 09:46 PM
Unregistered
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

They really need to address this issue.
Generally the cars are great but this one issue is a problem.
03-13-2018 12:56 PM
Unregistered
Re: Mercedes Benz Tires Don't Support Vehicle

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Highway man and Disagreeable must not own MBs. I have owned over 20 cars in my life, and have torn down and completely rebuilt over 5 classic cars. I have owned Acuras, Lexus and BMWs (and Hondas and Toyotas). There is clearly a defect in the design of their wheels. MANY other cars have wheels with low profile tires (even with aspect ratios less than the 40 on my E350) and they don't have problems.
Yes i agree there is something wrong on certain models. It's not just carelessness by the driver. I have owned many automobiles.
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