What else can go wrong for Mitsubishi? A new story reported by the AP says the company hid, hid?!, 26 defects from regulators over the years. As our minds wrap around the number 26 and the resulting 160,000 cars that are now being recalled, the next number Mitsubishi might want to consider is 1. As in the number in a million it has of surviving the ongoing scandals and money woes of the past few months. Someone must do something to secure the next generation of Evos and Eclipses.
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