Mitsubishi Motors Corp. calls back 344,806 trucks and buses in Japan due to a faulty starter switch, the latest in a chain of recalls that has plagued the Japanese car and truck maker’s reputation. The recall includes Fuso Canter and Fighter Mignon trucks and Rosa buses, manufactured between 1994 and 2001. Some 50,000 vehicles in Europe and 16,000 vehicles in the U.S. are affected, but overseas measures have yet to be decided. Replacing the faulty part reportedly will cost MMC ¥2.58 ...
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