Mercedes-Benz A-Class boot misalignment - is this a known problem?

Are there any known issues of an interference between the boot door and the rear bumper on 2017 Mercedes-Benz A-Class AMG line?

Asked on 15 August 2022 by Neil R

Answered by Lawrence Allan
It's not an issue that we've heard of, no. It's possible the car has sustained rear-end damage at some point in its life and been poorly repaired, which has left the bumper and bootlid not aligned properly.
Tags: damage
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