Mitsubishi South Africa has recalled over 7 400 Pajero SUVs in our market, due to the defective airbags supplied by Takata.
This preventative recall affects 7 449 Pajeros sold in South Africa and Mitsubishi is one of many vehicle companies affected by the potentially defective airbags supplied by Takata. Mitsubishi SA says that it's in the process of getting the replacement parts to the dealers across the country before owners will be asked to take their vehicles in for repair.
As for the fix, it won't take too long and Mitsubishi SA says the inspection and replacement process will take about an hour. If you're a Pajero owner and want to see if your vehicle is affected, then head to the Mitsubishi website with your VIN number in hand.
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