SA220 among five recalled Great Wall models.
The row over Australian imports of asbestos-contaminated Chinese vehicles continues, with the Motor Trade Association of South Australia demanding a federal investigation into how the almost 24,000 vehicles got into the country. MTA CEO John Chapman is appalled the vehicles were able to get through the customs process in the first place, as the importation of asbestos has been illegal since 2004. “This is a scandal,” he says. “These vehicles should have never been ...
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