As part of Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation’s (MMPC) proactive efforts to ensure their customer’s safety, they are conducting a safety inspection campaign for the airbag inflators of the L200 and the Strada.
With this, MMPC urged owners to check if their pickups are among the affected vehicles through their official website. On it, there will be a Vehicle Inspection Number (VIN) for all potentially affected units which will most likely be from the year 2007 to 2014.
If your vehicle is included in the list, head to the nearest Mitsubishi dealership and have your pickups checked free of charge. The whole inspection or replacement procedure may take up to 1 hour.
For the complete list of Mitsubishi dealerships in the Philippines, visit the AutoDeal Car Brand page.
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