Own a 2012 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe or a 2012 Maserati, well, you probably won't like this news.
There is a chance that your vehicle has been recalled.
With the 2012 E-Class coupe, nearly 500 have been recalled due to airbags that may deflate too quickly in a crash, according to the NHTSA. It only affects the passenger side curtain airbag, according to the report.
The Maseratis, on the other hand, are having troubles with their tire pressure monitoring systems. For nearly 500 2012 Quattroportes and 2012 Gran Turismos, the system could fail to inform drivers of a tire leaking air.
Affected owners can reach Mercedes-Benz at 1-800-367-6372.
Affected owners can reach Maserati at 1-800-816-2600.
Mercedes is recalling 499 E-Class coupes for side curtain airbags that may deflate too quickly, according to filings with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Maserati is recalling 485 cars over its entire lineup to replace a tire-pressure monitoring system that can malfunction and fail to inform the driver of a leaking tire. The 2012 Quattroporte sedan and all 2012 Gran Turismo models are included.