Mercedes lemon class: Delray Beach sues over $100,000 for the car

The S-Class S560 is not repairable, according to the lawsuit.

The owner of a Seven Bridges home bought the Mercdes-Benz Of Palm Beach.

Mercedes-Benz 2018 S560. This is not the actual vehicle at the center of a new lawsuit filed in Palm Beach County. (Photo: MBUSA).

By: Staff Report | BocaNewsNow.com

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – A man who lives in “Seven Bridges” in Delray Beach is suing Mercdes-Benz, claiming a $100,000 S-Class S560V he bought from Mercedes Palm Beach Lemon.

Carlo Filippelli Jr. From Eden Roc Court purchased a 2018 car on June 22, 2018, and almost immediately started having problems. Among the cases, according to the case:

“Defective engine, transmission and/or electrical system as evidenced by a non-starting condition, non-operating dashboard lights illuminated, front camera not operating, manual trunk entry not working intermittently, oil leaking.”

“Defective body and trim as indicated by the trunk stowage drawer are not held in place.”

Filippelli has requested assistance several times from authorized Mercedes-Benz service professionals, but the company allegedly failed to resolve issues during each service attempt.

It was not immediately clear why it took four years to file a lawsuit, but Mr. Filippli appears to have been withholding his cars for some time. Replace the 2008 S550 in 2018 for the new S-Class. This car, which has a mileage of 82.528 miles, was allocated a trade-in value of $12,500.

Mercedes-Benz USA had not provided a response to the lawsuit as of 5:40 a.m. Friday.

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