I had this issue on an S Class, turns out I had the wrong tyres on the carHave any folks on here encountered a buzzing like steering vibration on the new model E Class 220d SE? Particularly at motorway cruising speeds and also noticeable when accelerating or going up an incline so when transmission is under load.
^ What happened to The Consumer Rights Act 2015, Section 9(3)?:
(3) The quality of goods includes their state and condition; and the following aspects (among others) are in appropriate cases aspects of the quality of goods—
(a) fitness for all the purposes for which goods of that kind are usually supplied;
(b) appearance and finish;
(c) freedom from minor defects;
I would have thought you could've had 'em on (a), (c) and certainly (d).
Actually your case is against the retailer / dealer, not MB. The retailer / dealer sold you the car, after all, and that's who your contract was with.I read up on my UK consumer rights. In this case, it would be extremely difficult if not impossible to prove that a subtle fuzzy buzz steering vibration would be deemed a fault or defect. The dealer rejected that completely, as they would. I would have to go through a protracted legal campaign against the corporate might of MB with most likely failure. So MB are under no obligation to buy the car back. However they did but at less than what I paid as they said, they have a business to run.