Which Mitsubishi models are being recalled in 2019?

3 recalls for 4 Mitsubishi models in 2019


In 2019, Mitsubishi announced 3 recalls involving 4 models through the EU Rapex system. The Outlander PHEV, L200, Triton and i-Car had one recall each.


We’ve sorted all 2019 recalls according to the model into a table below.

Mitsubishi has 11 recalls less (-79%) than in the previous year. In 2019, for example, the list doesn’t include the frequently mentioned in the past Mitsubishi ASX and the classic Outlander. Yet in 2018, each of them had 8 recallssee the overview.



The Outlander is present in the 2019 summary only in the PHEV version (2014 Model year). Due to low sulfidation corrosion resistance of the airflow sensor and to the sulfur gas evaporation from the intake rubber hose, the internal resistor of the airflow sensor might corrode and disconnect. As a result, the vehicle will run out of battery and suddenly stop, increasing the risk of an accident.

With the L200 and Triton pickups, the rivets fixing the side step shades may corrode and fracture, while with the electric i-Car (2006 – 2007 ), the passenger-side airbag inflator may be defective.


Mitsubishi recalls in 2019 by model

Mitsubishi i-Car

Month Issue Production Source
I. There is a defect in the inflator of the passenger side airbag. 1/2006 – 11/2007 link
All i-Car´s Recalls

Mitsubishi L200

Month Issue Production Source
VII. The rivets fixing the side step shades may corrode and fracture. MY 2016 link
All L200´s Recalls

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Month Issue Production Source
XII. The vehicle will run out of battery and suddenly stop. MY 2014 link
All Outlander´s Recalls

Mitsubishi Triton

Month Issue Production Source
VII. The rivets fixing the side step shades may corrode and fracture. MY 2016 link
All Triton´s Recalls

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