Yesterday I received a safety recall from Mercedes on my new 2015 GLA250 purchased in November 2015. The posting of a pending recall was on their website prior to purchasing the vehicle and the dealer nor Mercedes Benz never disclosed the pending recall on their product. The recall is for a major repair involving camshaft replacement due to an incorrect weld by their vendor. This problem may cause the vehicle to stall without warning. My question to Mercedes and my lawyer is at what point do they have an obligation to inform the customer purchasing the car of the pending recall. I plan to inquire tomorrow with the Attorney General's office of my state. There is a significant amount of other details pertaining to the first vehicle that I returned a week earlier due to being a pre-certified problematic vehicle which was returned for a new purchase of a GLA-250. It appears that Mercedes waited until the end of December so that the vehicles could be sold to the public and then satisfying the matter through a recall. The problem can cause the engine to stall, if this occurs the engine cannot be restarted. If this occurs while driving there is a risk of a crash... Caveat emptor.