A group legal claim is to be brought on behalf of owners of some Mercedes vehicles, over claims customers were misled about the emissions their vehicles produced.
It is alleged that the issue affected 500,000 diesel vehicles- the BlueTec and AdBlue range sold between 2007 and 2018.
The latest action comes a year after Daimler AG was fined more than £700m by German prosecutors in 2019 over the diesel emissions scandal.
Daimler AG, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, has dismissed the claims and says it will “vigorously defend” any group actions in court.
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