M'bishi Motors to spend Y6.6 bln on recall, repair


TOKYO, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Friday the recall and repairs of five models it announced a day earlier would cost about 6.6 billion yen ($60 million) but not affect its earnings forecasts. Japan's fourth-largest auto maker, owned 37 percent by DaimlerChrysler , said on Thursday it would recall more than 360,000 Galant, Galant Aspire and Legnum sedans, and about 11,000 Grandis minivans worldwide. It also said it would repair 75,528 Pajero Mini ...

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