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Mitsubishi Lancer 2006: Steering wheel wear warranty?

Asked by Brian Watkins

IN 2006 I bought a new Mitsubishi Lancer ES station wagon and after 20,000km noticed the steering wheel was showing signs of wear where I grip it. I reported it to the dealer at the 30,000 km service, at which time it had worn smooth. I was told it wasn't covered by warranty. I have never experienced this before. What can I do about it?

Answered by CarsGuide

30 Nov 2007 Graham Smith

IT'S not unusual to have the steering wheel wear where you hold it. If you believe the wear is excessive in the time you've owned the car, contact Mitsubishi customer assistance and press your case directly.

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