Mitsubishi Advises Customers to Bring Certain Models of Pajeros to Dealers for Mandatory Repair After Recall Notice

Do you drive a Mitsubishi Pajero bought between November 2016 and July 2019? Have you brought it to your nearest service centre for mandatory repair? For Toowong locals, the Mitsubishi centre located at Milton Road can assist you.

Recently, the Japanese carmaker announced that it has recalled 6,384 units due to problems with its welding strength that may affect the steering wheel control. If you own a Mitsubishi Pajero with model MY2017-18 from the NX-series, then you should bring it in for service as soon as possible.

This batch of vehicles apparently has “inadequate welding strength” in its front right side suspension lower control arm. Once broken and damaged, the driver will not be able to properly control the steering wheel, which may lead to an accident.

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Mitsubishi has advised specific Pajero owners via direct mail to head to the dealer as soon as possible for the free service. To verify if your vehicle is affected, check the official list of Mitsubishi Pajero for recall. 

If you have not received a letter of notice from Mitsubishi Pajero, phone 1800 931 811 for further assistance.

You might also want to get in touch with Toowong Mitsubishi at (07) 3377-3711 to schedule an appointment for service. The dealer and service centreopens Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

You may also look for Mitsubishi’s list of dealers and service centres here.