According to the luxury car maker, the lower lip section of the front spoiler may not have been attached correctly.
It’s possible that this section of the spoiler may “separate from the vehicle”, posing a hazard to other road users.
Six C63 vehicles are affected, all built during March 2016.
Owners of these recalled C63 coupes will be contacted directly by Mercedes-Benz via mail.
This latest notice comes a week after the company recalled 356 diesel-powered C-Class vehicles over fuel leak concerns.