Consumers have filed a total of 27 complaints related to Mitsubishi EXTERIOR LIGHTING.
I HAVE A 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 AND THE CAR HAS LOST TOTAL POWER. THIS VEHICLE IS ONLY 3 YEARS OLD AND COMPLETELY BROKE DOWN.
This is now my second complaint to you. Again on the headlights this time they went out at the same time while driving on a two lane highway shortly after midnight. Thank god i had high beans even though i'm sure the people i passed didn't appreciate it. Since owning this suv i have had the bulbs replaced 5 times on the right side and 7 times on the left. Was told by autozone that they believe the seal around the light is causing the moisture to enter and carrode. Not sure if this is the real problem!. The price of these replacement bulbs are not cheap. I have never had an issue like this on any of my vehicles during my lifetime.... I see i am not the only one to complain about this issue, i found many complaints by searching the net.. I feel this is a huge safety issue and it needs to be corrected by mitsubishi.
I have replaced the lowbeam headlights 7 times in the past year. I dont realize they are out until someone or the police tell me. This is a safety problem.
LOW BEAM HEADLIGHTS WENT OUT SIMULTANEOUSLY WHILE TRAVELLING WITH MY FAMILY WITHIN LESS THAN A YEAR OF OWNING THE NEW CAR (2017 Mitsubishi Outlander). THE VEHICLE WAS SERVICED AT THE PLACE OF PURCHASE, A MITSUBISHI DEALERSHIP, TO REPLACE THE BULBS WHICH AGAIN WENT OUT WITHIN 7 MONTHS. NEXT, THE BULBS WERE REPLACED AT THE MITSUBISHI DEALERSHIP ONLY TO LOSE THEM AGAIN ON VEHICLE STARTUP 12 - 13 MONTHS LATER. I WAS LEFT WITH NO LIGHTS IN THE DARK AND SUBJECT TO GETTING TO AN AREA OF SAFETY WITH FAMILY IN THE CAR. I AM DILIGENT WITH PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE & REFUSE TO BELIEVE THAT THIS ISSUE IS AN ISOLATED CONDITION WITH THE OEM BULBS AS THEY CONTINUE TO FAIL IN THE SAME MOMENT.
TL* THE CONTACT OWNS A 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander. THE CONTACT STATED THAT WHILE OPERATING THE VEHICLE, THE LOW BEAM HEAD LIGHT FAILED TO ILLUMINATE. ALSO, WHILE DEPRESSING THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL, THE VEHICLE WOULD NOT PROPERLY ACCELERATE. IN ADDITION, WATER WAS PRESENT COMING INTO THE FLOOR BOARDS OF THE VEHICLE. THE CAUSE OF THE FAILURES WERE NOT DETERMINED. THE LOCAL DEALER AND MANUFACTURER WERE NOT NOTIFIED. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 49,000.