In a stunning admission, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says it hid customer complaints about tens of thousands of vehicles since 1977 and will expand an earlier announced recall to conduct necessary repairs. The acknowledgement comes just a month after the automaker's top executive denied allegations that the company had covered up problems with faulty fuel tanks, clutches and brakes. The No. 4 automaker says it has added an additional 88,000 vehicles in Japan and 200,000 in Europe, North ...

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