If you own or lease a 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage, you should be aware that several consumers have lodged complaints about grinding, noisy, or unresponsive brakes. From sudden and alarming noises that recur unexpectedly to brakes that simply do not respond when the pedal is depressed, there are numerous concerns about the safety of this make and model. While Mitsubishi has issued three recalls for the 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage, none of these recalls addresses braking failures. As a result, drivers are still awaiting a clear explanation as to why they continue to experience braking issues.
Many consumers have described brakes that make a knocking noise, while others have detailed how the brakes will make loud gulping noises when the pedal is depressed. One driver states that she feels unsafe while driving this car, as she’s already had to have her brakes replaced two times within a short amount of time. Another owner from Indiana said that he had to make a sudden stop on the freeway in order to avoid an accident. However, once the car came to a stop, the accelerator did not respond, forcing the driver to steer the car off to the side of the road and completely restart it in order for it to work properly once more. Other owners have stated that the brake pedals have failed to engage at various and unpredictable times, nearly leading to accidents.
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