Mitsubishi Recalls - What you need to know

A vehicle recall occurs when the manufacturer determines a car model (or several models) has a safety-related defect or does not comply with safety standards. The service team at Southside Mitsubishi are on-hand to assist with completing required repairs and answering any questions you may have in regards to your vehicle.

How do I know if my vehicle is affected?

If your vehicle is affected by a manufacturer recall, you will receive a letter from Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. If you have not received a letter, but are concerned about your car, you can:

Do I have to pay to have my car fixed?

No! Just book your car for a recall service with us and we'll take care of the rest. 

How long does it usually take to fix my car?

As each recall issue is different, you will be notified at the time of your booking enquiry as to how long your vehicle will be required to carry out the specific repairs.

About the Takata Airbag Recall

It has been found that after prolonged exposure to high humidity and fluctuating high temperatures, Takata airbags found in certain Mitsubishi vehicles, could degrade. Resulting in excessive pressure during airbag deployment and causing the inflator to rupture. Defective airbags may cause injury or even death during an accident of sufficient severity.

Which Mitsubishi models does this affect?

Depending on your vehicle model, it may be the drivers or passenger airbags or both.  Please refer to the table below.

CH Lancer CY & CZ Evo 04 to 07MY Lancer Passenger Aug 2003 - Sep 2008
ML & MN Triton 07 to 14MY Triton Driver Feb 2006 - Dec 2013
GA & GB i-MiEV 10MY to 12MY i-MiEV Passenger Feb 2010 - Feb 2012
NS, NT, NW & NX Pajero 07 to 16MY Pajero Driver Oct 2006 - Feb 2016
NS, NT, NW & NX Pajero 07 to 17MY Pajero Passenger Oct 2006 - Jan 2017

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