The Land Transport Safety Authority is ordering the recall of 843 used Mitsubishi vehicles, including 485 trucks and up to 300 buses. The agency made the rare recall after information from Japan showed a fatal crash there in 2002 was caused by a concealed design hub fault rather than a manufacturing problem, as had been claimed. (See related story: Mitsu Fuso Recall Scandal Widens) Mitsubishi Motors New Zealand Ltd. says it has no legal obligation for used imports but has approached ...

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