Mitsubishi Challenger 2011 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Mitsubishi Challenger 2011 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Mitsubishi Challenger review: 2009-2015
It took a pick-up and applied a four-door wagon body to create an off-road capable SUV, many years before the concept became as common as it is now (Fortuner, Everest, MU-X, and more)Read More
Mitsubishi Challenger 2011: What do we need to do to get a blue slip?
It doesn’t sound correct, but I would talk to the Roads and Marine Services people in NSW. They are the ones who would have made those regulations, if indeed they do exist.
800,000 cars recalled in two days
Cars are either being built worse -- or companies are getting better at detecting faults.Almost every Mitsubishi model sold in Australia over the past 10 years -- close to 500,000 cars -- and 324,000 ...Read More
Used Mitsubishi Challenger review: 1998-2013
When launched in 1998, the Mitsubishi Challenger was virtually a Mitsubishi Triton pickup with a station wagon body. Over the years it has became more slightly more sophisticated but still shares ...Read More
Mitsubishi recalls 20,400 Tritons and Challengers
Mitsubishi has issued a safety recall on a total of 20,405 vehicles from the 2011-2012 Triton and Challenger ranges. The recall is to fix a defective weld on the front suspension lower control arms ...Read More
Mitsubishi recalls 3600 Tritons and Challengers
The safety recall is to fix a fault that could see the powered seats' reclining lever stick in the operating position after use, allowing current to continue to flow to the seat motor. Mitsubishi ...Read More
Used Mitsubishi Challenger review: 2009-2011
Mitsubishi's Challenger off-roader arrived on the market as buyers were shifting more and more towards SUVs without genuine off-road credentials.NEWThe attractively styled mid-sized 4WD wagon was a ...Read More
Mitsubishi Challenger 2011: No AM radio reception
There can be issues with things like AM radio reception with imported cars coming from countries where AM radio is not as widely used as it is here. I would agree that Mitsubishi should be responsible for providing a fix for your car, and we have had other companies do similar things with the radios in their cars in the past, but by having the car modified yourself you won't get Mitsubishi to take any interest in your situation. It is wiser to press the company for a fix.
Used Mitsubishi Challenger review: 1998-2012
When introduced to Australia in 1998, the Mitsubishi Challenger was virtually a Triton pickup fitted with a station wagon body. Over the years it retained parts in common with the Triton but became ...Read More