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Mitsubishi implores Takata-affected owners to have cars fixed
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26th Feb 2018
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Mitsubishi implores Takata-affected owners to have cars fixed

Mitsubishi Australia has called for owners of its cars fitted with faulty Takata airbag inflators to have their vehicles fixed. According t0 the company, just 136,000 of the 235,151 cars fitted with the potentially fatal inflators have been fixed. Degradation of the inflator propellant means metal fragments could shoot out in an accident, putting occupants at serious risk of injury, even death. More than 99,000 Lancer, Triton, Pajero and i-MiEV owners are still at risk.
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Scott Collie
Next Nissan Leaf to be priced at Pulsar level, platform shared with Mitsubishi, Renault - report
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21st Dec 2016
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Next Nissan Leaf to be priced at Pulsar level, platform shared with Mitsubishi, Renault - report

The next-generation Nissan Leaf will have its underpinnings shared with both Nissan's alliance partners, Renault and Mitsubishi. Last week, Arnaud Deboeuf, senior vice president of Renault-Nissan BV, confirmed to Automotive News that the next-generation versions of the Renault Zoe and Nissan Leaf will ride on a common platform and share key components, including electric motors.
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Derek Fung
Mitsubishi halts sales, production of i-MiEV, Outlander plug-in hybrid
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5th Jun 2013
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Mitsubishi halts sales, production of i-MiEV, Outlander plug-in hybrid

Sales and production of the Mitsubishi i-MiEV and Outlander PHEV have been halted in Japan as the manufacturer recalls the vehicles for an issue related to their lithium-ion battery packs.
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David Zalstein
Range Anxiety with Mitsubishi i-MiEV (video)
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2nd Nov 2011
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Range Anxiety with Mitsubishi i-MiEV (video)

Mitsubishi Australia has only sold about ten i-MiEV electric cars, which is not much considering the hype surrounding the very first full electric car to be sold in Australia. Mitsubishi has started putting together a series of web episodes explaining the technology and myths that are confusing potential buyers.
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Alborz Fallah
2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV price: $48,800 plus on-roads
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16th Jun 2011
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2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV price: $48,800 plus on-roads

The 2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV will be priced from $48,800 plus on-road costs when it goes on sale in Australian in mid-August this year. Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited President and CEO, Genichiro Nishina, announced the official pricing of Australia’s first publically mass-production EV today. Mr Nishina said sub-$50,000 recommended retail price represented a 22.5 percent reduction compared with the previous model, which was only available to select groups on $63,000 lease plans.
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Tim Beissmann