MOT Stats


Vehicle types : Car : Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi

ModelTestsPass rateMost common fail reason
110%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
4x42458.33%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
300034766.28%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Airtrek3781.08%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
ASX28,12480.42%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
Carisma1,37849.71%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Celeste1100%n/a
Challenger22654.87%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Chariot1163.64%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
Colt29,12356.31%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
Cordia2100%n/a
Coupe887.5%Emissions levels exceed the manufacturer's specified limits.
Delica1,45252.41%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Eclipse9,09189.39%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
Estate633.33%Body, cab or chassis excessively corroded at mounting points.
Evo22387%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
Evo-V1100%n/a
Evolution12685.71%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
Exceed1656.25%Brake pipe is at imminent risk of failure or fracture.
FTO37247.58%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Galant36159.28%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
GDI250%Horn not working.
GPX450%Vehicle structure corroded to the extent that the rigidity of the assembly is significantly reduced.
GR1100%n/a
Grandis1,87351.09%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
GTO26868.28%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
GTO3000333.33%Lamp "tell tales" for main beam headlamp or rear fog lamp missing or inoperative.
GX1100%n/a
I53477.53%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
I-Miev1100%n/a
Jeep1973.68%Brake pipe damaged or excessively corroded.
Junior366.67%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
L20094,29266.66%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
L30021662.04%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
L400650%Leaking brake pipe or connection on a hydraulic system.
Lancer12,15765.6%Steering ball joint with excessive wear.
Land Rover Jeep1100%n/a
Legnum5267.31%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Magna1100%n/a
Mirage10,06783.78%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
Montero1145.45%Binding brake.
MPV1662.5%Horn not working.
Outlander71,71279.38%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
Pajero2,53663.88%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
Pickup1172.73%Vehicle structure corroded to the extent that the rigidity of the assembly is significantly reduced.
Ralliart28081.43%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
RVR1573.33%Seat belt load bearing structure strength significantly reduced near an anchorage point.
S-J531100%n/a
Sapporo475%Loose or missing wheel nut, bolt or stud.
Shogun32,23864.89%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Shogun Sport7,29355.34%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Sigma250%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
Spacegear5541.82%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Spacerunner5170.59%Emissions lambda coefficient outwith limits.
Space Star2,57943.35%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Spacewagon32448.77%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Sport862.5%Shock absorber disfunctional or leaking severely.
Starion4468.18%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
Strada785.71%Exhaust system leaking or insecure.
SWB Pajero1100%n/a
VR4450%Emissions levels exceed the manufacturer's specified limits.

Tests: 307,623

Average Mitsubishi pass rate: 70.17%

Most common fail reasons

#ReasonFail codeCategory%
1Position lamp missing or inoperative.4.2.1(a)(ii)Major14%
2Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.5.3.4(a)(i)Major13%
3Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.3.4(b)(ii)Major13%
4Brake lining or pad worn below 1.5mm.1.1.13(a)(ii)Dangerous8%
5Brake pipe damaged or excessively corroded.1.1.11(c)Major8%
6Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.4.5.1(a)(ii)Major7%
7Headlamp aim outwith limits.4.1.2(a)Major7%
8Tyre tread depth not in accordance with requirements.5.2.3(e)Dangerous7%
9Constant velocity joint boot missing, split, insecure or no longer prevents the ingress of dirt.6.1.7(g)(ii)Major6%
10Steering ball joint with excessive wear.2.1.3(b)(i)Major6%
Tests date range:
13th August 2021 to 12th August 2022

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