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Mitsubishi Admits to Faking Fuel Economy Data

Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors admitted that it falsified fuel-efficiency data on 625,000 vehicles. Mitsubishi president Tetsuro Aikawa bowed in apology during a news conference Wednesday in Tokyo admitting to the irregularities. The company said the false data dates back to 2013, involving its eK mini-wagon and eK Space light passenger cars, as well as it Dayz Roox vehicles it produces for rival carmaker Nissan Motors. The problem was uncovered after Nissan noticed the...

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