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With these results in mind, Mercedes applied and was granted dispensation by German federal authorities to continue using the tried and tested R134a refrigerant for a few more production vehicles. Specifically, these so-called modified vehicle approvals are for the A-Class (W176), B-Class (W246) and the SL (R231). Older production models were produced when the R134a standard was in force, so these are not a problem for Mercedes. It is these new production vehicles, specifically those from the beginning of the year that are mandated to use the new 1234yf refrigerant. Interestingly, Volkswagen AG has backed Mercedes’ contentions, although Opel, a GM subsidiary, has backed its parent company’s position.

R1234yf can run in the same air conditioning systems as R134a, so there’s little cost to change over – if any – to the new gas. That’s a very different situation from 1995, when the air conditioning hardware in a car had to be replaced to cope with the then new R134a refrigerant.

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Mercedes will be first to market with a carbon-dioxide refrigerant, an eco-friendly alternative that promises greater fuel economy, quicker cooling, and faster defrosting. While this sounds counterintuitive as governments call for slashed vehicle CO2 emissions, the world’s most abundant greenhouse gas is actually the least harmful choice for A/C units in terms of what climate scientists call global-warming potential (the relative level of atmospheric heat that gases trap over 100 years compared to CO2). Among the synthetic hydrofluorocarbons in use today, the common R134a refrigerant has a global-warming potential 1430 times that of CO2. Yet compared to the chlorofluorocarbons damaging the ozone layer before their ban in 1996, R134a was and is a huge improvement.

It is this refrigerant that has found favor with international auto companies and has proved to be not only safe but climate friendly as well, besides the fact that it has been put through a series of lab tests and crash tests by international vehicle manufacturers. The new R1234yf has also been put to tests but the R134a refrigerant did not result in ignition and it is for these high safety reasons that Mercedes Benz has shown its intentions to continue to use this refrigerant in all their vehicles.