Mitsubishi Motors Corp. suffers another quality-related setback with its latest recall: 22,626 Pajero Mini small SUVs. The vehicles, all but a handful of which were sold in Japan, may have faulty brake tubes that could impair the vehicle’s ability to stop. There are no known accidents resulting from the defect, but the recall is expected to cost the auto maker ¥310 million ($2.31 million). Mitsubishi – 37%-owned by DaimlerChrysler AG – has suffered through a spate of recalls in recent ...
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