BEIJING — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. agrees to compensate Chinese owners of Pajero models after a flood of complaints regarding safety flaws (see FOCUS ON CHINA — March '01, p.5). After the State Administration for Exit-Entry Inspection and Quarantine banned the import of Pajero V31 and V33 sport/utility vehicle (SUV) models, angry customers, led by the China Consumers Assn., began demanding compensation for their flawed vehicles. A rear braking pipe wore easily and led to hydraulics problems ...

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