An allegedly defective motor has some Mercedes-Benz drivers racing to court rather than the open road.

In a putative class action filed in Newark, Chan v. Daimler AG, 11-cv-5391, the plaintiffs allege that the German carmaker’s top-of-the-line performance engine is prone to premature wear due to defective camshafts, draining owners’ and lessees’ wallets.

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