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Beijing Benz recalls over 95,000 vehicles

Beijing Benz Automotive Co. Ltd. plans to recall 95,694 vehicles over defective steering racks, Xinhua News reported, citing a Chinese market regulator.

The faulty equipment could make steering difficult and pose safety risks. Beijing Benz, the joint venture between Mercedez Benz parent Daimler AG and BAIC Motor Corp. Ltd., said it will replace the parts free of charge.

The State Administration for Market Regulation said the recall involved C-class, E-class and GLC SUV models manufactured in China between October 2016 and April 2018.