Mitsubishi Australia says it is installing rear-view cameras in all versions of its ’12 ASX compact SUV. The move, part of the auto maker’s ’12 model-year update, comes amid growing concerns about the number of home driveway accidents involving young children. Mitsubishi Australia President and CEO Genichiro Nishina says the highlight of the first comprehensive update for the popular ASX since it was released in August 2010 is the availability of the camera in entry-level variants. ...
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