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Mitsubishi Reliability

The ADAC breakdown statistics determine which Mitsubishi models are the most reliable and which have broken down most – a good help when buying a used Mitsubishi.

In the statistics for 2020, all the 3,756,226 breakdowns for which the German Yellow Angels had to move out in 2019 were recorded and evaluated. There is enough data available that gives an objective picture of the reliability of the Mitsubishi models.

We have sorted the available data by the make and model. Choose the Mitsubishi model you are interested in.

Mitsubishi Reliability by Model

Source: ADAC

If you wish to know more about eventual problems of a specific car (e.g. real mileage, potential traffic accidents damages, odometer rollback, repairs, etc.), then we suggest going to HPI-Check.

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Recent Mitsubishi Recalls

mitsubishi-outlander-phev-2014-recall
13 December 2019

Due to low sulfidation corrosion resistance of the airflow sensor and to the sulfur gas evaporation from the intake rubber hose, … .

Mitsubishi-Triton-2016-recall-side-steps
20 July 2019

The rivets fixing the side step shades may corrode and fracture due to galvanic corrosion. If all the rivets fracture, the … .

Mitsubishi-L200-2016-recall-side-steps
20 July 2019

The rivets fixing the side step shades may corrode and fracture due to galvanic corrosion. If all the rivets fracture, the … .


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