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Mitsubishi recalls 2,400 Cedia cars in India

Mitsubishi recalls 2,400 Cedia cars in India
Omkar Thakur Omkar Thakur Monday 25 January 2016, 15:41 PM

Mitsubishi has issued a recall of 2,400 units of their sedan, the Cedia, over an issue related to the passenger side airbag. This is the same issue regarding the Takata airbags that has led to the recall of over 24 million vehicles in the US and more than two lakh vehicles in India.

Mitsubishi, with its Indian partner Hindustan Motors, has issued this recall as a part of its global campaign to ensure the safety of the occupants of their cars. The vehicles produced and sold between 2006 and 2008 have been affected. The recall campaign will commence today and will be phased across the country.

The repairs will be undertaken free of cost and the customers are being advised to visit the nearest dealership for further information. You can also contact the company through email at customersupport@hmfcl.com with the chassis number of your car to check if your car is affected by the airbag issue.

Mitsubishi had brought the iconic Lancer to India in the late 90s followed by the Pajero, the Outlander and the Montero SUVs. The Cedia with the 2.0-litre four cylinder petrol engine was launched in 2005-06 and since then has been a favourite with Indian motorsports, on or off the road.

 

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